Star Trek Cribs — The Director's Cut.
Mr. Spock gives a behind-the-scenes tour in
Mr. Spock gives a behind-the-scenes tour in Star Trek Cribs — The Director's Cut.
In just six months, YouTube boomed from a startup viral video site to a Web phenomenon, a virtual library of cultural highlights and amateur video clips uploaded by anybody with a digital camcorder and some time to burn.
Note: Some YouTube posts use language that might be considered objectionable.
Users upload 50,000 videos a day, at last count, and visitors watch 50 million clips per day. Not bad for a company with 26 employees and an office over a pizza parlor.
The site is funded by venture capitalists. Despite its enormous popularity, it remains to be seen how YouTube will make money.
Guests discuss the future of YouTube: Is it free publicity — or copyright infringement?
Thomas Goetz, deputy editor of Wired magazine
Mike Miliard, staff writer for the Boston Phoenix
Paul Kedrosky, writes the "Infectious Greed" blog