100 hours of video uploaded every minute by YouTube users
The Verge: Google revealed Sunday on YouTube’s eighth birthday that the video sharing website has reached new uploading heights with around 100 hours of video uploaded every minute by users.
A year ago today, 72 hours of video were uploaded every minute. The site also has reached record-breaking viewership with more than one billion people visiting the site every month.
Photo: Visitors stand in front of a logo of YouTube at the YouTube Space Tokyo, operated by Google, in Tokyo, in February 2013. (Shohei Miyano/Reuters)
Samuel L Jackson has a clause in all his movie contracts stating that he gets 2 days off a week to play golf and the producers have to pay for it.
Beau Dunn x Barbie at Gallery Brown
The Yahoo board has approved a deal to pay $1.1 billion for the blogging site Tumblr, according to The Wall Street Journal’s All Things D.
A woman survived a bear mauling by hiking back to her car and driving 4 miles for help, even though her face was partially ripped off and an eyeball was hanging out of its socket.
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People in two states were taking shelter amid wailing warning sirens Sunday as tornadoes were confirmed to have touched down in Kansas and Oklahoma. Thunder clouds were also heaving hail — dime to softball sized — as well as rain across broad swaths of both states.
A former math professor with a PhD from Stanford University specializing in statistics has won the lottery FOUR times.
Hayden Panettiere on the Blue Carpet.