YouTube, a popular video-sharing website, has just increased its upload limit to 15 minutes for all users. Prior to this increase, YouTube’s upload limit was only 10 minutes.
With this, YouTube users around the world are asked to upload a 15-minute video and tag it with “yt15minutes”. The video should be uploaded on August 4, 2010 (Wednesday). Some of those videos will be featured on the homepage giving them their own 15 minutes of fame.
Facebook has reached more than 500 million registered users already. In the Philippines, more people are searching now for Facebook than that of Friendster and Multiply. You’ll notice that in late 2008, the number of searches of Friendster decreased tremendously while the number of searches in Facebook spiked and then increased gradually. Multiply is way behind both Facebook and Friendster.
I just got this news from Globe Tattoo’s Facebook page. You can get FREE unlimited Facebook notifications on any phone when you register to Facebook Mobile.
Text F to 2933 for free and you’ll get free unlimited Facebook notifications!
It will only cost you 1 peso if for every status update posted, message sent or, each comment posted.
Read this for more details.
Remember the news about a social networking site in China that’s a Facebook ripoff (previously known as xiaonei.com, now renren.com)? Well, I am not expecting Microsoft China to rip-off Plurk, but they just did. Plurk is amongst the popular microblogging services used by Filipinos.
The website, Formspring.me is becoming popular here in the Philippines. In Formspring, you can either create a new account or login using your Facebook credentials. This is where people can ask you questions (anonymously or not) and you can share your answers to the questions directly in Facebook, Tumblr, Twitter and Blogger.