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Music Review: The Piano Guys – ‘Wonders’ [Deluxe CD/DVD Edition]

The Piano Guys - Wonders

The Piano Guys offer intricate, innovative mashups of classical and popular music (such as Beethoven and Dave Matthews) in a deluxe package. Read More »

Music Review: Weird Al Yankovic – ‘Mandatory Fun’

Weird Al Mandatory Fun

'Mandatory Fun' sounds demanding, but it is not hard work to enjoy the genius of Weird Al at his peak. Read More »

VidCon 2014: A Wild Ride on the Digital Video Wave

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VidCon 2014 has come and gone, but what did I really learn from the screaming fans of the YouTube stars? A ton, actually. Read More »

Movie Review: ‘Camp Takota’


'Camp Takota,' the new indie film featuring YouTube sensations Grace Helbig, Hannah Hart, and Mamrie Hart, is a fun, nostalgic camp movie about friendship and life. Read More »

Surprise! Reuniting after a Military Deployment


What makes for good TV isn't necessarily a good idea. Read More »

Outside Lands Festival 2013: Enjoy the Music Outside of San Francisco This Weekend

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Enjoy live radio streams and webcasts of Outside Lands Festival 2013 with the official mobile application via partnerships with TuneIn Radio and Ustream. Read More »

The New Way to Get Noticed on YouTube

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A new breed of social media companies has appeared that help others to get YouTube views without violating YouTube's terms of service. Read More »

Book Review: Too Big to Ignore by Phil Simon

New book explores what big data is, how it’s collected and how organizations, business, industry and government are using it. Read More »

The 2013 TASTE AWARDS: Best Food, Fashion, and Lifestyle programs on Television, in Film, Online, and on Radio

The 4th Annual TASTE AWARDS took place on January 17, 2013, in Los Angeles and included celebrity presenters, judges, and nominees and winners. Read More »

Were They Lying?

Did Obama and his minions lie, or were they just naive? Either way, the people lose. Read More »