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Evinar.com – Host Events On Facebook

What better way to engage your fans on Facebook than by hosting a live event? There’s nothing that people love more than having the chance to speak to the ones they follow on a live setting, and telling them about all their hopes and expectations. And you can’t say doing such a thing is difficult when there’s services as helpful as Evinar around. Evinar lets you host a live event on your Facebook page. You can both...

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Hadza.com – Watch Live Events

Coming all the way from Chile, Hadza has been created to let people who attend the same events share these videos that they shoot while they are there. This new startup is here to put an end to the common situation of quality videos ending up buried on sites like Facebook, where you can only watch them if you’re friends with the uploader. On Hadza, you’ll get to watch every clip that is shared regardless of the...

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Meevsu.com – Find People To Debate Online

Which is the best sitcom ever? Friends or Seinfeld? ALF or the Simpsons? These kind of oppositions can cause endless hours of debate among friends who disagree on a certain point. Meevsu.com is a fun way to decide by letting other friends vote on their debate. Is it better to visit the Caribbean or Fiji islands for your holidays? Maybe each party holding opposed views about some issues wants to convince the other, but discover that...

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Switchcam.com – Music Videos With Fan Footage

I’ve always been allergic to the fan footagethat you come across on sites like YouTube when you’re actually looking for a song’s official video, or a popular live performance. Always have, and I fear I always will. Yet, a service like Switchcam goes some way into curing that allergy. What this site does is to bring together the footage of lots and lots of different fans that have attended the same concert, and use...

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Chill.com – Watch Videos With Friends

Hulu is trying to grab a larger share of the online video market with the release of Chill, a platform that lets people watch their favorite content with their friends. They can watch both their favorite TV shows and live events on Chill, and then comment on what they’ve watching. They can do that both during and after watching the actual content, in fact. The idea’s to give the whole process of watching shows and the...

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