Sometime in 2007 we (Fusebox) built the website for MTV’s 44 1/2 billboard, they let us run Empressr ads on the billboard. Pretty cool. Also some night shots of Times Square 2007, it has changed a lot!
A hidden feature that I found out exists from Matt, thanks dude this is cool.
I’m heading to Sunny California on Monday the 30th for a week long immersion into the Web 2.0 Expo. Unlike the past years at #w2e where I was presenting or exhibiting Empressr, this year I will be there checking out what new technologies and ideas are being presented and blogging back about them. This is a slightly different approach, but what happens when you are involved with the conference is that you never get a chance to listen and see what is going on in the rest of the event. I am excited at this opportunity.
Want to see what’s new with Empressr, to schedule some time with me for a demo just follow @empressr on Twitter then DM me your availability.
Also don’t forget to follow me on Twitter @bryanthatcher
After many months of redesign the core media engine, we released it to the public yesterday. w00t!
lots of new enhancements and features, most importantly we have redesigned the core so that adding new features will be easier for us in the future.
so take a test drive, sign up, and create something.
a more complete feature list can be found on the Empressr Blog
all feedback is welcomed and encouraged
Ernest Hemingway once claimed he could write a great story in six words or less. Some claim it was a bar bet others he was just proving that he was more clever than the rest.
For sale: baby shoes, never worn.
We presented this challenge to the peeps at Empressr, we of course added another element, you have to use a picture. This is one of mine. click over to Empressr to check out the rest.
The latest post on Empressr, we have been heads down cranking on this next release,
Check out the post here
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