YouTube’s Accidental Rocket: Whoa, duuuude.”

"There is a sense that YouTube accidentally built a rocket and is willing to hang on to see where it goes," observes Technology Writer Kevin Maney in an article from USAToday. "Co-founders Chen and Chad Hurley can be like the main characters in Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure, who go for joy rides in a time-traveling phone booth and marvel at where they land with a "Whoa, duuuude!""

Here are my other two favorite parts:youtube.jpg

  1. When I ask Hurley if advertisers are seeking out YouTube, he replies, "More than we can deal with. Potential partners — that's another wave of e-mails. We're having discussions with all the major studios, (record) labels and networks."

  2. What does all this mean to the media business? There isn't a soul who really knows — except to know it means that a tiny company above a Japanese restaurant can alter the balance of the entire industry.

P.S. I'm not a soul who knows either, but that doesn't stop me from blogging about it a few times a day.

Author: Nalts

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3 thoughts on “YouTube’s Accidental Rocket: Whoa, duuuude.””

  1. Can you believe that the average YouTube viewer is apparently spending 30 minutes a day there..!! That is a lot of time watching random stuff… or maybe they just keep watching Bus Uncle again and again and again?

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