YouTube Disco – A Take on Ibizaah!

YouTube just released YouTube disco from their TestLabs and describes the tool as a YouTube Music Discovery Project and Playlist Creation Tool. You can test it here ->

I am not surprised they themselves have developed an easier way to mix and match videos to help people create their own playlist.
My big surprise is that is has taken so long for something so obvious.
I wonder if someone at YouTube saw Ibizaah! and found inspiration to create this new side service from it.

I think YouTube Disco has done a great job to simplify playlist creation. You can do basically all the stuff you already can with Ibizaah! except for mixing videos and fading sound between players.
YouTube Disco has only one player which is fine to have music play continuously as well, maybe not as smoothly as with Ibizaah!’s AutoDJ feature which does an automatic crossfade between two videos smoothly.

At this moment it seems to only load playlists from the logged in user only unlike Ibizaah that allows users to load anyone’s playlist.
I’ll be playing around with it more to see if there is anything I could use in Ibizaah to make it even better.

Yubby CEO- Vincent Everts Praises Ibizaah!

Yubby CEO, Vincent Everts just commented on my first post at my company blog Bitmain Studios Inc.. He had some nice words for me, not a lot but really meaningful to me, that so early, cool people are noticing my work. According to Vincent I am a brilliant creator and very fast at doing this.

News Coverage in Cooliris

Ibizaah! has received quite a bit of coverage throughout its short 2 week lifespan and I decided to create a slideshow with screenshots from all the main sites that reviewed Ibizaah!. Yesterday I created a embbeddable Flickr Flash slideshow and today I got fancier and combined Cooliris and iShowU to record my screen. I uploaded

1st PayPal Donation – I am $10.00 CAD richer!

A day after setting up the Donate paypal button I received my first donation. The $10.00 CAD donation came from my dear friend David from Spain. He wished me good luck and hoped that I get lots of more donations. This simple act of generosity really did my day and also was perfect to see

Ibizaah! Coverage Screenshots SlideShow

I just found a really cool feature in Flickr. You can share a slide show as a Flash movie and embed it anywhere. Here is slide show with all the coverage Ibizaah! has received so far in the last two weeks.

PayPal Donations – New revenue model?

Seing that after about 7,000 page views I only have gotten 36 clicks on my Amazon ads and zero sales, I am opting to monetize my time invested on Ibizaah! through a PayPal donations button. I am hoping charity from good samaritans will help me at least cover the server costs. I’ve seen this done

Ibizaah! now featured on

I am happy to announce that today I got a second review by a major blog. This time by Thanks! You can see the article here: Click to See article Ibizaah! got 3.7 out of 5 which is pretty good considering this is a side project. They also had some nice words about the

Ibizaah! Featured by

That makes me happy. The folks at KillerStartups were kind enough to review Ibizaah! on their site today. One of the things that I find interesting is that when someone else that knows how to write better describes your product you find new ways of looking at it. Bloggers now how important are their article

New Feature! Load Playlists from Youtube

I just finished the most requested feature so far. Now you can load your YouTube playlists with a couple of clicks. Just enter your YouTube username and press enter. Your playlists list will load and then simply select which playlists you want to load and its target. You can choose Left, Right, or Both. Both

First attempt at making money through ads – Amazon Associates

In the Internet traffic is money. The correlation is directly proportional, and the yield factor depends in a couple of factors; quality of ads, placement, and morals. Unfortunately, the lower the morals, the higher the revenue. This is sad but true, if you don’t believe be read this TechCrunch article. If you ads are not