Now Available: Video Archive Devoted to Steve Jobs

Thanks to Esther S. for the heads-up on the Steve Jobs Archives. Yes, that Steve Jobs. From the home page: “My name is Art Matsak and on this website, I have collected the best Steve Jobs videos and arranged them according to the chapters of the famous biography by Walter Isaacson. Steve Jobs Archive is a perfect companion to the bio that lets you watch the historical moments as they unfold in the book.”

Google Blog: Watch Prince Harry and Meghan Markle tie the knot this Saturday

Google Blog: Watch Prince Harry and Meghan Markle tie the knot this Saturday. “Tomorrow people from all over the world will tune in to watch the wedding of Britain’s Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. To give people everywhere a chance to join together and celebrate this royal union, on Saturday, May 19, the ceremony will be live streamed on the Royal Family’s official YouTube channel.”

Something new to binge-watch: TV’s rich history of itself (WBAL)

WBAL: Something new to binge-watch: TV’s rich history of itself. “Diahann Carroll recalls a date with Marlon Brando that yielded a slap and career advice. Robert Adler tells how he co-invented the TV remote control. Walter Cronkite shares his dismay over learning that White House pressure trimmed a CBS report on Watergate. Their accounts are part of an extraordinary collection of 4,000-plus hours of video Q&As recorded over more than two decades by the Television Academy Foundation, the philanthropic arm of the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, organizer of the prime-time Emmy Awards. On Wednesday, a new website will make some 800 interviews — and more to come — available free to all comers…”

Resource Magazine: New Documentary Reveals The Real Lives Of Social Media Stars

Resource Magazine: New Documentary Reveals The Real Lives Of Social Media Stars. “Ever wonder about the lives of social media stars, beyond the ‘life’ they construct for their followers? Me neither. Still, some people do, and The American Meme, a documentary set on revealing what life is really like for social media’s biggest names, just made its premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival.”

Cosmopolitan: Every Single One of Kylie Jenner’s Social Media Posts Is Worth $1 Million

Cosmopolitan: Every Single One of Kylie Jenner’s Social Media Posts Is Worth $1 Million. “When Kylie Jenner posts a new Instagram, everyone pays attention, poring over it for any new details about her personal life—or to just find out new lip kit shades. And it turns out all that attention is worth a ton of money. According to new research, Kylie is now the most valuable influencer on social media, topping even Beyoncé. And every single post on her social media channels is now worth a staggering $1 million.”

NPR All Tech Considered: In The Future Movie Stars May Be Performing Even After They’re Dead

NPR All Tech Considered: In The Future Movie Stars May Be Performing Even After They’re Dead. “Technology is threatening a lot of jobs — travel agents, truck drivers, factory workers. But here’s one you might not expect: actors. Technology in the entertainment business is on course to create digital actors who compete with live ones. The Acadamy Award-winning Blade Runner 2049 gives us a glimpse of this future. “

Bloomberg: In One Tweet, Kylie Jenner Wiped Out $1.3 Billion of Snap’s Market Value

Bloomberg: In One Tweet, Kylie Jenner Wiped Out $1.3 Billion of Snap’s Market Value. “Shares of the Snapchat parent company sank 6.1 percent on Thursday, wiping out $1.3 billion in market value, on the heels of a tweet on Wednesday from Kylie Jenner, who said she doesn’t open the app anymore.”