Geoff Weiss

Geoff Weiss

Staff Writer. Frequently covers digital media.
Geoff Weiss is a staff writer at Entrepreneur.com who frequently covers digital media.
10 Times Animals Were Hilariously Mystified by Modern Technology
Funny Videos

10 Times Animals Were Hilariously Mystified by Modern Technology

From the dog that couldn't grasp the concept of an escalator to the eagle that destroyed a drone, here are some of the most epic encounters between animals and modern gadgets.
This Shower Head Is Blowing Up on Kickstarter Thanks in Part to Apple's Tim Cook and Alphabet's Eric Schmidt
Water

This Shower Head Is Blowing Up on Kickstarter Thanks in Part to Apple's Tim Cook and Alphabet's Eric Schmidt

'It's like walking through a cloud that cleans you,' described one user on the product's explosive Kickstarter page.
HSN Teams With Daymond John to Find Emerging Entrepreneurs and Put Them On TV
Entrepreneurs

HSN Teams With Daymond John to Find Emerging Entrepreneurs and Put Them On TV

Here's how to submit your product for the chance to be featured live on HSN.
Target Is Getting Into the Beacon Game
Retail Businesses

Target Is Getting Into the Beacon Game

The beacons will send location-based product recommendations, coupons and other alerts to customers via Target's iPhone app.
Long Considered an Eyesore, Vertical Video Is Now Being Embraced by Mobile Marketers
Online Video

Long Considered an Eyesore, Vertical Video Is Now Being Embraced by Mobile Marketers

Snapchat, which helped popularize the format, says that vertical video ads are nine times more likely to be viewed to completion than their horizontal counterparts.
Soylent Announces Next Generation Meal Replacement Will Arrive Pre-Bottled
Food Businesses

Soylent Announces Next Generation Meal Replacement Will Arrive Pre-Bottled

The drink will soon require no prep time whatsoever.
This New Reality TV Show Is Like 'Shark Tank' With a Gritty, Southern Spin
Reality TV

This New Reality TV Show Is Like 'Shark Tank' With a Gritty, Southern Spin

'West Texas Investors Club' sees aspiring entrepreneurs travel deep into the heart of Texas, where their business ideas and personal character are pushed to new limits.
The 11 Most Frequently Photographed Cups of Coffee on Instagram (Infographic)
Social Media

The 11 Most Frequently Photographed Cups of Coffee on Instagram (Infographic)

Coffee shots on Instagram are a staple. Here are the blends that generate the most social traction.
At VidCon, the World's Biggest YouTube Convention, Rival Video Platforms Rush the Stage
Online Video

At VidCon, the World's Biggest YouTube Convention, Rival Video Platforms Rush the Stage

Facebook, Snapchat and Vessel seemed to be the three names on everyone's lips.
'Smoking Gun' Evidence Could Eradicate Copyright Claims for the World's Most Popular Song
Copyrights

'Smoking Gun' Evidence Could Eradicate Copyright Claims for the World's Most Popular Song

'Happy Birthday,' which reportedly generates $2 million per year for the Warner/Chappell Music, was interjected into public domain in the 20s, according to new evidence filed in a two-year-old suit.
YouTube CEO Unveils Redesigned App, Additional Creator Spaces
YouTube

YouTube CEO Unveils Redesigned App, Additional Creator Spaces

Such investments have helped propel total YouTube 'watch time' by 60 percent year-over-year.
Twitter's Head of Video Hints at Monetization Plans for 'All' Creators
Video Marketing

Twitter's Head of Video Hints at Monetization Plans for 'All' Creators

Speaking at VidCon, Baljeet Singh teased the idea of rolling out video monetization to 'all types of creators' on Twitter.
Seattle CEO Who Set Minimum Salaries to $70,000 Sued By Brother for Allegedly Overpaying Himself
Legal Issues

Seattle CEO Who Set Minimum Salaries to $70,000 Sued By Brother for Allegedly Overpaying Himself

Gravity Payments' Dan Price made national news when he announced an across-the-board raise for his 120-person team. Now, he is being accused of cutting his brother out of profits.
Josh Greenberg, Co-Founder of Shuttered Music Service Grooveshark, Dead at 28
Obituaries

Josh Greenberg, Co-Founder of Shuttered Music Service Grooveshark, Dead at 28

While Greenberg's death arrives on the heels of his company's closure due to a four-year legal war, police found no evidence of foul play or suicide.
Teen With Cerebral Palsy Inspires Nike to Design Zip-Around Sneakers for the Disabled
Design

Teen With Cerebral Palsy Inspires Nike to Design Zip-Around Sneakers for the Disabled

What began as a request from a Florida high school student has now become a full-fledged Nike product.