“We were calling out this whitespace way before this once-in-a-century event has pushed people more [toward] creating content and going direct to the audience,” Horn says. “So as we’re going into the next phase of what’s going on and talking with our partners—and of course being understanding and empathetic to their individual business challenges—they’re more eager than ever to talk to us and to work on plans with us.” … [Read more...] about This startup network wants to be the MTV for gaming culture
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Even in his busy schedule, the comedian leaves no chance of cathing up with what his peers are doing and suggested an interesting show. “Grin revolution. It is a concept show by Rohan Desai and Shreemayee Das who are the producers. It is a low scale live show with 25-30 people. Incredible concept. Comedians can be themselves on this show. If there is time, I am excited to do this show. I will squeeze in time to do this show,” he said. … [Read more...] about Comedian Abish Mathew comes up with home-made avatar of ‘Son of Abish’
3 in the Morning is a sumptuous feast of a stand-up special, in which Jay waxes on everything from her doomed early dabbling in heterosexuality, why she prefers Jaden Smith to Greta Thunberg, and how white people often seem to be training for some mysterious future calamity no one else knows about—all in a style that veers seamlessly from tough to playful. She filmed the special back in early February, mere weeks before COVID-19 shut down the world, and she has spent the months since homebound in New York, playing old board games with her girlfriend. … [Read more...] about Comedian and ‘SNL’ writer Sam Jay represents herself on her new Netflix special
Think of Philo just as you would television. The only difference is that instead of reaching for your remote, you’ll be heading to Philo.com. What pops up on your laptop is exactly what you’d see on your flat screen, whether NBC or HBO, streaming live. There’s no need for a TV tuner or other hardware peripheral; you can even DVR content with the click of a button. The only catch? You need to be a college student (at a school offering Philo, of course) with access to campus Internet. The campus confines serve as a walled garden, where only those with the appropriate .edu login can watch. “Kids aren’t using TVs anymore,” Ho says. “They want to be able to watch this stuff online on the devices they’re actually using.” … [Read more...] about Tivli Rebrands As Philo. Is It Harvard’s Next Facebook?
The genetically modified cotton was developed by a lab within Australia’s national science agency, CSIRO. The team, led by senior research scientist Dr. Colleen MacMillan, has managed to create vibrantly colored cotton plant tissue in petri dishes. Over the next few months, the scientists will work to grow this tissue into flowering cotton plants that will be able to reproduce. The ultimate hope is that these cotton plants can be spun into fibers that can be made into colorful clothes, which don’t require any dyes. … [Read more...] about Scientists are growing psychedelic cotton in the lab