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Here’s our founder Nick Ghirardelli presenting his app “Hooked” at TechCrunch Disrupt.  Hooked allows you to block yourself and your friends from social media sites for a set time or elect to pay $1 to get access back.

With the realease of the iPhone 6 Plus version, it’s easy note that the trend to create a large screen is mostly  due to the massive rise in mobile video viewing. What that means for your brand, is that creating a compelling video should be tailored to that ~5” screen size. Too often we see brands trying to create a Game of Thrones style ad spot, while all that detail would look great on a 60” screen,  most of your viewers are not going to be consuming your content on that large of a screen.

Start thinking about mobile video and how you can shoot your piece for a small screen size. Check out  the Duck Tron Video above to get an idea of what we’re talking about, enjoy!

SXSW Panel: Hear Filmzu Co-founder Speak on Startup Mistakes →

Filmzu’s co-founder Nick was asked to speak at the 2015 SXSW Panel on Startup Mistakes. It should be a lot of fun to hear about all the things they did wrong, and all the good lessons that came out of it. If you have a minute, please vote to see him and his awesome panel of other founders speak at SXSW next year.

Hyperlapse, Instagram’s New App, Is Like a $15,000 Video Setup in Your Hand | Design | WIRED →

Pretty cool new app from the Zuck & Co. camp

We’re posting our favorite commercials from the Emmy’s tonight…the Netflix ad was pretty solid-we’ve all been there buddy.

Content Marketers: Start Giving a Damn About Your Content →

The Most Unforgettable Ad Campaigns Of 2013 →

The Secret to Viral Success From Filmmaker Casey Neistat →

This goes in the “win” column for #Nike ‘s marketing agency.

This goes in the “win” column for #Nike ‘s marketing agency.

Microsoft put their voice assistant against the Siri in their latest ad. As much as it pains us to admit…Siri loses.