Following the huge success of Meelah Adams and Erdal Ceylan's Selfie From Hell, I had a think about the modern horror movies that use social media as a tool for terror.In the noughties era of tech, it was phones (One Missed Call), television (Ring), games (Stay Alive) and reality shows (My Little Eye) that were out to get us.
"But most importantly we want to bring serendipity back to the internet, everyone is a participant, and this is an environment for live performance." Sean starts a demo. While he shows the video, Parker's image goes picture in picture. The Youtube integration seems to work pretty well, but its not clear if you can record and post video, or just share it.
"We were both hackers, this was the mid-1990s and we were both cyber criminals. We were the only two people in that world with an interest in something more than online vandalism.
We wanted to start a company." Parker opened up the presentation. The number one fact is the 800 million web cams that will ship in 2012, a 62 percent increase over 2011.
Infiltrating her webcam and social media apps, he's able to worm his way into her files, her life and eventually, her apartment. Then why not enter Movie Pilot's fright-astic competition in partnership with Crypt TV!
Martha Stewart got up from her seat to snap a picture of the crowd packed into Milk Studios in Chelsea this morning for the debut of Airtime, the new video chat startup from Sean Parker and Shawn Fanning.
The teen creator of Chatroulette, a video chat site that recently has taken the Internet by storm, has implemented a new safety feature designed to shield youngsters from other users' inappropriate behaviors. Chatroulette users can now click on a "Report inappropriate video" link to notify the site's creator, 17-year old Andrey Ternovskiy from Moscow, Russia, of objectionable content.