Project Codename: DIE!
Yeah we baffle with this project a couple of years now, but wat can we say? It’s massive! It’s a game where members can battle other members for theoriticaly everything and guess what ? It’s almost done! So stay tuned and keep an eye on Computerman cause we might give away some beta invitations soon ;)
A Facebook Page is NOT a Website.
Facebook is a web service and as such it offers a number of options to it’s members, one of them is the choise to create a Facebook Page for business, products, brands etc. While it’s a useful feature - no doubt - still, it’s not a web site, it doesn’t have it’s own Domain name, and it has minimal impact on search engines. So if you are serious about the Web you have to be able to understand the differences between such services and the real thing.
That said, one thing is certain, a stand alone website - which by the way - is fully customizable to your needs combined with a Facebook Page can significantly increase traffic on your standalone site
Pet Project: VeedCast.com
Veedcast began when Athanasios Theodorou (Computerman’s Web Developer) was experimenting with the Youtube API.
Then Charilaos Tilaveridis (Computerman’s Web Designer) made the design and Voila! Veedcast!
But What is VeedCast Anyway?
In a nutshell:
With Veedcast you can watch a YouTube video in Sync (synchronized) with other people, simply by creating a new Veedcast Channel and sharing the unique Channel Link with your friends. You'll become the "Host" and your friends will become the "Viewers".
As a host you'll be able to control the video playback (start, stop, pause, seek and suggested quality) and the video of your choosing, therefore your "viewers" will be watching in sync what ever you give them and comment on it.
Stay tuned as we might add new features to this service soon.
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