YouTube co-founder Jawed Karim claims that this incident was what led to the creation of the video sharing website. As soon as they hear about the time Janet Jackson’s breast was exposed on live TV, they’ll watch it online. While a wardrobe malfunction is highly unlikely at today’s game although the Red Hot Chili Peppers are not exactly known for their modesty a weather malfunction is totally possible since the musicians will have to perform in near-freezing temperatures. Here’s what they’ll see: Janet Jackson on a stage in the middle of Houston’s Reliant Stadium, wearing a leather kilt and bustier, surrounded by dancers in corsets and bikini tops and bowler hats and helmets, looking like a ragtag steampunk army of cabaret chorus girls and Highlander extras and BDSM enthusiasts. A year later, he and a couple of friends founded YouTube, the largest video-sharing site of all time.
Here’s how Janet Jackson’s infamous ‘nipplegate’ inspired the creation of YouTube. Getty/Donald MiralleRight before the ‘wardrobe malfunction.’. Last time the Panthers played the Super Bowl, Janet Jackson’s breast emerged and changed America. While Timberlake was part of the wardrobe malfunction, his career emerged unscathed (actually, it’s only gotten bigger since then). It was this realization — that there was a video everyone wanted to see but was having a hard time finding — that lead YouTube co-founder Jawed Karim to the idea of the user-friendly video sharing site. Can you believe it’s been 12 years since that infamous nipple slip during Justin Timberlake and Janet Jackson’s Super Bowl XXXVIII halftime show? Well, we can hardly either! That’s why we’re taking it all the way back to 2004 and reliving the moment as.
Janet and Justin’s controversial Super Bowl wardrobe malfunction may have happened 10 years ago, but its effects are still being felt today. Nipple Ripples: 10 Years of Fallout From Janet Jackson’s Halftime Show. While Karim worked on the code that became YouTube, the rest of America was looking for alternative methods to rewind and rewatch and reconcile what they just witnessed. Today in TV History: Janet Jackson’s Wardrobe Malfunction Drove a Nation to the Brink. Without Nipplegate, we might not have YouTube. Nipplegate 10 Years Later: 33 Ways Janet Jackson’s Wardrobe Malfunction Changed the World.
Idea For Youtube Came From Janet Jackson ‘nipplegate’
Dave Burke for Metro.co.ukSunday 10 May 2015 12:09 pm. 11. YouTube’s 10th birthday: We have Janet Jackson’s nipple slip to thank for video sharing. And at halftime, the infamous wardrobe malfunction happened. For the uninitiated: at the end of that halftime show, where Janet Jackson and Justin Timberlake sang a duet of the latter’s Rock Your Body, Timberlake ripped a piece of Jackson’s dress and exposed her breast on national television. You can still find the clip on YouTube in its uncensored state; perhaps in a few months, the NFL, CBS or MTV will try to take it down. TIL Janet Jackson’s Super Bowl wardrobe malfunction led to the creation of YouTube. I’m now sure how, but for some reason I thought YouTube was far older. According to YouTube, 300 hours of news video is uploaded every minute. The best part? According to wikipedia, the lack of Janet Jackson wardrobe malfunction videos online following the 2004 Super Bowl Halftime show inspired co-founder Jawed Karim to create the site. YouTube founders Chad Hurley, left, Steve Chen, center, and Jawed Karim. And YouTube is localized in 75 countries and available in 61 languages. Did Janet Jackson’s wardrobe malfunction help start YouTube?
Janet Jackson’s Nipplegate: 10 Years After The Controversial Super Bowl Halftime Show
Digital disruptor Ollie Peart embarks on an interstellar journey around YouTube that begins with a Janet Jackson nipple ring and ends on the impending binary black hole. Or which performance helped inspire the creation of YouTube? IT SEEMS like its been around forever, but this site born above a pizza shop is about to turn 10. How did on earth did people get through the working day before YouTube. There are 1 comment on the Forbes.com story from Feb 1, 2015, titled How Janet Jackson’s Super Bowl ‘Wardrobe Malfunction’ Helped Start YouTube.
Singer’s Topless Girls Video Banned From YouTube. 2004 Super Bowl halftime show, can’t say it’s a wardrobe malfunction this time. YouTube Turns 10 This Year, So Here’s 15 Amazing Facts About The Game-Changing Service. It seemed the creators had difficulty sending photos to friends and family and due to how difficult it was to find videos of the infamous Janet Jackson wardrobe malfunction.