A presenter on French-Canadian TV discovers that his touch screen suddenly refuses to co-operate, as he explains profound issues.
The operator of pop culture and music sites has landed itself a fourth round of funding. And call it Buzz Media from here on out.
Microsoft's Songsmith software gets the bizarro-world treatment in this gem of an advertisement.
Former music writer Jeff Leeds will take the helm of the editorial content at the social site, which has acquired music blogs like Stereogum and Idolator.
Universal Music Group's catalog will be available to the pop-culture community, and the label's artists will have a deeper presence on Buzznet blogs.
There are profiles, friend lists, and photo-sharing, but Buzznet CEO Tyler Goldman says he wants his company to be a big-media player, not the next MySpace. But is there a difference?