Other than comfort, sound quality, aesthetic value, and a few nifty features here and there, it’s safe to say headphone technology hasn’t seen many changes during the past few decades. So when Glow, LLC, a San Francisco-based tech company, launched a Kickstarter page for their unique set of earphones, they literally unleashed a bright new feature that turned quite a number of heads online.
I updated the stats in my social media presentations and these are the top 10 YouTube videos by most views as of October 16, 2013. Not too long ago Charlie was number 1. It is the oldest video in this list and the only non-music viral video. I have also included the upload dates to YouTube for each of these videos.
1. PSY – Gangham Style
Uploaded July 15, 2012
We all need music from time to time for websites, slideshows, YouTube videos, PowerPoint presentations and such. Choosing the right music makes a huge difference to the impact. You need to be aware of any licensing issues that may haunt you regarding the music you decide to use. Avoid being liable for financial loss and costly litigation. Some sites allow you to use the music for personal use and others also allow commercial. Several have different license pricing based on how you use it. There are a number of sites available out there. Most have very limited selections. Here are a few sites to check out the next time you are looking. The key is to look for “royalty free” music to avoid getting in trouble. You can also search for “Creative Commons License” which is being used by artists.