Do you put your prediction market videos on the Web? Do you twitter on prediction markets?

No GravatarFolks,

To increase my ultra-comprehensive list of good links on prediction markets (which generously encompasses economist Michael &#8220-Barbecue&#8221- Giberson), I am seeking:

  1. Web spots publishing videos on predictions markets (video blogs, etc.)-
  2. Prediction market people (like this Greek guy) who are managing a Twitter mini-blog (as opposed to a full blog).

Send me URLs, please.

Thanks. Will make up to you.

Previous blog posts by Chris F. Masse:

  • REBUTTAL: SalesForce, StarBucks and Dell demonstrate that enterprise prediction markets as intra-corporation communication tools (as opposed to forecasting tools) are overhyped by the prediction market software vendors and a little clique of uncritical courtisans.
  • Comments are often more interesting than the post that ignited them.
  • Harvard fella says prediction markets are doomed.
  • How should prediction market firms (e.g., InTrade-TradeSports, BetFair-TradeFair) deal with Blogosphere’s criticism?
  • BetFair’s future bet-matching logic
  • If Midas Oracle were to meet, would we use Huddle, and why?
  • WORLD’S SUCH A SMALL PLACE: Smarkets meet HubDub.

BitGravity = video distribution network

No GravatarBitGravity is the IT provider for the official Apple video feed of MacWorld 2008.

Go to its frontpage, and stick there for 3 minutes to watch the awesome animals-in-the-wild video.

Let&#8217-s hope that the videos on prediction markets will reach this high level of quality, one day.

Read the previous blog posts by Chris F. Masse:

  • Prediction Market Journalism
  • TechCrunch is 221 times bigger than Midas Oracle.
  • Earthquake measuring 9.0 or more on Richter scale to occur anywhere on or before December 31, 2008
  • Why Midas Oracle (and not TV news shows or print newspapers) will dominate the future.
  • The Six Degrees Of Separation
  • Alpha Thesis
  • Meet Michael Arrington of TechCrunch.