Check-out these myspace and facebook platform photos:
Jeff Housenbold, the CEO of Shutterfly, speaking at the Piper Jaffray Global Internet Summit in Laguna seashore… He asked the audience exactly how many folks had digital camera models, so I whipped mine off to take his picture, in which he paused to wave when it comes to shot.
Paul Manca from Ingenio talked about the business economics of their pay-per-call platform (a call is 10-20x the worth of a simply click).
Richard Rosenblatt, the CEO of Intermix (MySpace.com), said that after a game title like Tetris gets a social network overlay, individuals invest 8x as much time on the game.
Andrew Anker from Six Apart ended up being probably the most composed and cool speaker – he continued without even a stutter as a 4.9 quake rippled through market.
can you recognize this face?
[company has actually since followed program B to become a shopping tool called Like.com, and was recently acquired by Google] This people’s pc software can. he’s Munjal Shah of Ojos, a cross-platform face-recognition service for consumer photos, running on the part of customers therefore the friends within their photographs that donot need become directed to "and friend" or "Mr. X" standing.
among great features is that Ojos will run across photo-sharing platforms regarding customer’s account, however it retainsthe "training set" of photographs of each individual (distributed to each user). WHen Alice encourages Juan to become listed on, Juan gets access to the use of Alice’s training set-to recognize Alice in his photos … and of course Alice gets to search Juan’s pictures (or get alerts) for photographs of by herself. A neat using a number of capabilities, including pattern recognition, social networks, open APIs, identification administration….and plenty of real-world smarts and tricks.
for slightly tips, see here. much more in due training course.