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Berkley is the chief executive of SplashCast Corp., a start-up that builds advertising campaigns around social media widgets than can spread virally through the Web. And, it just so happens that a group of Clinton supporters launched a Web site the week of the primaries using SplashCast technology.
“Ari Emanuel called me last night with an idea for a blog,” Arianna Huffington said last week as she sipped an iced coffee in the New York offices of The Huffington Post last week.
There is something about “American Idol” that extracts intense emotions from the audience: devotion for the contestants, perhaps, or passion for the songs. For Dave Della Terza, it elicits utter disgust. But it also turns a profit.
Frustrated by what he called the manipulative nature of the televised singing competition, Mr. Della Terza started encouraging readers of a reality television message board five years ago to vote for the contestants they deemed the worst singers.
Managing multiple online profiles on Blogger, Facebook, Flickr, LinkedIn, MySpace and various other sites can be quite a hassle for users. Or it used to be, before mEgo--the brainchild of Ariel McNichol and Julia Johnston, 35 and 39, respectively--came along. An mEgo is a single, dynamic, portable online profile that integrates all of a user’s photos, links, feeds and more. It can be instantly shared on major social networking sites, blogs and IM clients.
As names come up that interest Ham, he occasionally air-types. It's the ultimate gut check.