RFID technology allows you to tag your cat so that no other dastardly moggies can get in and nick Snowball’s Whiskas.
Jonathan Weinberg writes… Regulation? On the web? You must be thinking I’ve swallowed some happy pills to make a statement like that. After all, the whole premise of the Internet has always been find anything you want, anywhere – hasn’t it?
But while it’s near on impossible to bring in blanket rules and laws to cover the whole of cyberspace, I do think it is time some sites were forced to put their hands up and take much more responsibility for their actions – and that starts with YouTube.
A poll out today found YouTube is the most popular user-generated site in the UK after attracting 10.4 million people in January. That is a 56 per cent increase in traffic compared to 2007 and just shows the reach it has.
The success of the video-sharing site has been phenomenal. Such fast growth over the years undoubtedly causes problems and makes it difficult for any company to keep up with the demands of hosting such a vast wealth of moving images…
I’m a big fan of VideoJug, which offers a wealth of how-to videos on subjects including making the perfect Tequila Sunrise cocktail, changing a car tyre, and caring for giant African Millipedes. I think that last one involves shedloads of sock-washing.
The Sun, Britain's favourite tabloid newspaper (I believe), has done a deal with VideoJug.com to host a number of 'How to' videos on The Sun's website, with ten new ones appearing each week. It will be the latest addition to…