Want to meet Carly Rae Jepsen in Toronto this summer? andPOP and Universal Music Canada are teaming up to give one lucky winner and a guest tickets to see Carly Rae in concert on Aug. 16. Then, you’ll have a one-on-one meet and greet where you can ask her any burning questions you’ve been dying to ask (like, can you call me maybe?).
Here’s what you have to do:
1) Load a video on YouTube with the title “andPOP Pick Me! – Carly Rae Jepsen” explaining why you’re her biggest fan
2) The video MUST be under one minute AND MAKE US LAUGH!
3) There can only be one person in the video (ie you)
4) Make sure to SHARE your video with everyone you can. That means you should put it on Facbeook, Twitter, StumbleUpon, Pinterest or whatever hidden outlets you have.
5) Fill out the form below!
The contest is open to anyone in Canada (excluding Quebec) and will run from July 1 to Aug. 1, 2012.
With Hurricane Irene sweeping the East Coast, MTV chartered a private jet yesterday to get the cast to Los Angeles. TMZ reports the plane took Snooki, Vinny, Deena and Sammi to LAX.
The rest of the cast wasn’t on the East Coast, and would have no problems making it to the VMAs.
GTL lives on!
Webmonkey.com reports that Mozilla developers are currently working towards new privacy features for Firefox 3.1, the latest version of the Firefox browser due for a late 2008.
Private browsing, also known as ‘porn mode’, restricts the information that is saved when you visit websites, according to Webmoney. In this mode, cookies are rejected, URLs are kept out of the browser history, and forms are not auto-filled, according to the article.
The article reports that most believes that the major use for private browsing is porn, it can also be used on public computers, when users don’t want confidential information saved such as passwords or banking info.
The idea of private browsers was first developed by Apple’s Safari browser nearly three years ago, according to Webmonkey. The article also reports that the Internet Explorer development team will also feature an ‘InPrivate’ mode, and Google’s new Chrome web browser has an ‘Incognito’ mode.