Richard Edelman writes: "I met earlier this week with Erik Hawkins, CEO of PureVideo, owners of StupidVideos. Any of you with teen age kids have been exposed to email snippets sent along from this site, including a cat getting caught in a ceiling fan or the immortal Numa Numa song now in its Sock Puppet version. Don't laugh, folks, this site is now the fifth largest streaming content destination on the Web, streaming 50-80 million videos per month and 3.7 million visitors each month. The average video clip is 24 seconds. There is plenty of discussion about each video, akin to an Amazon book review. The audience is largely boys/men ages 12-24. ...¶ The next generation of the site will offer a community feature, in short a friends network. There will also be collaborative filtering, where you are automatically fed videos that are similar to those you have selected (again think Amazon book recommendations). Content will be able to be ported to Windows Mobile, generic MPEG 4, PSP and other mobile devices. ..." Link: Edelman.