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Over the past few years, vlogging has become an insanely competitive field, with some vloggers racking up millions of dollars to match...
Whisky. In short, there should be more of it. Ice. While my preference for whisky is to have it straight up, some prefer it on...
This is one of the latest videos to go viral. Don't you love that phrase 'go viral'? To have a video go viral is the...
There aren't enough cat videos on the internet. You know it's true. So, video camera maker GoPro has set out to right that wrong with its latest ad.
Are you a high-tech business looking for funding? If you have a business in the high-tech industry that is looking for funding, you are probably interested in pitching at Innovation Bay's Angel Dinner in Sydney on Tuesday, 20 November.
I used to hear my lawyer friends being bailed up for free legal advice at parties, and think, 'Wow, that's rough". However, recently, my physiotherapist began to quiz me for free marketing and strategy advice - during treatment. Oddly, I still had to pay his bill.
The next time you worry over a project flowchart, plan a company party or whether you'll put yellow pepper and/or cucumbers on a hero sandwich, just think of the logistics required to pull off this astounding lip dub video by the beleaguered but proud citizens of Grand Rapids, Michigan, USA.
After watching this video, we decided that something special was required -- that this clip deserves more than your average Anthill TV presentation (which, we humbly acknowledge, is not at all average, but rather superior to any video potpourri in the World Wide Webiverse). Oh, yes. This one demands a poll.
Every now and then we publish something completely unrelated to business or innovation, simply because, well, we dig it. In fact, I doubt we've posted anything quite as frivolous as this since The Muppets covered Queen's Bohemian Rhapsody in November 2009.
Patrick Jean from the French SFX studio OneMoreProd created this video of Manhattan being destroyed by the world's favourite 1980s 8-Bit video game sprites. Awesome effects. But do you recognise them all?
Sure. We've heard how the iPad will soon become a popular device for watching videos, reading online newspapers and downloading books online. But one really useful use of the iPad that has barely been talked about is its potential function as a presentation and meeting tool.
This week, Apple's much anticipated iPad became available for US consumers. In Australia, we can't expect to see them floating around our offices and coffee-shops until late April (at the earliest). But to keep your inner-early-adopter satiated until then, hear are a couple of user reviews from the crew at Mashable keen to share their tech-lust.
Our friends at Pollenizer, which has emerged as the fertile hub of Sydney's happening web startup scene, have launched a great new initiative to showcase the hive of activity that is Pollenizer HQ in Surrey Hills. On Fridays (starting two weeks ago), Mick Liubinskas thrusts his Flip camera in the face of colleagues and connected entrepreneurs, inviting them to share a little about the projects they're working on.
While the views of critics and advocates are are still divided there is one factor that can't be denied. Since December 10th 1989, when the first TAC commercial went to air, the Victorian road toll has fallen from 776 to 303
The Startup Bus participants have been posting videos taken on the bus, including everyone's introductory speeches. Here is primary organiser Elias Bizannes addressing the posse soon after departure. He makes some telling points about entrepreneurial networking and collaboration and the secret of success in Silicon Valley and other vibrant commercial hubs.
This is the latest notable instalment in a growing line of slickly-produced animated videos that reveal facts and figures that should amaze and inspire you.
This astonishing clip from Stargate Studios shows exactly how blockbusters films and prime-time television shows are now created -- rarely on location and without the inconvenience of extras ogling the stars. Next time you're watching the latest US drama (assuming that's your 'thang'), spare a thought for the poor actors (and their mountains of cash).
This one will be unfamiliar to many readers, but sheesh it struck a chord with the Anthill editorial desk. PRs take note: the game has changed.
The myriad apps making their way on to the App store range from functional to preposterous. However, here's one that at first appears a bit of a gimmick, but could actually prove quite useful. The app displays a transparent screen of what's in front of you while you carry on working in the application of your choice. For example, writing a text message or tweet.
Seventeen-year-old art student Jamie Bell created this stop-motion clip using biros, about 50 jotter books and 2100 pages. It took him three weeks, but it was worth it – he received full marks from his teacher. (And us.)