George Lucas and Steven Spielberg aren't so bullish on the future of the film industry. At a talk at USC, the pair agreed that it's on track to have a "massive implosion".
Yeah right. They just wanna scare off wanna be directors. People still need stories to understand what they are not doing. And while they might need a lott less preproduced content, there's still the need for better stories. And You Tube is not providing that. That's providing better moments..
Following Instagram's rise and acquisition by Facebook, entrepreneurs across the globe have raced to create the "Instagram for video." Services like Socialcam and Viddy saw ...
Maybe the app is not wanted for everyday use. Vine might be better.But if the message is important enough one might take the trouble. So which stories are important enough? Trying to get a date and looking your best? How about job interviews?