Wednesday, June 27, 2007

Myspace tops PCWorld worst Web site list!

I was surprised to say the least at Myspace being up there along with Webvan and Hotmail, although I must say I kinda agree. Its design overload IS a turn-off.

Sunday, June 24, 2007

LATimes "trailer sway" infographic

This interactive graphic illustrates a worst-case scenario of what happens when a towed trailer starts to sway. It goes with a serial in-depth story, "Driving with rented risks," that began today.

Friday, June 22, 2007

Up to floor #3

Jim Dove's new Webcam arrangement brings the view in closer. This is, of course, of the new Cronkite/Eight building in downtown PHX.

Wednesday, June 20, 2007

Maybe CNN/YouTube offer not all it's billed as...

The Opinionator (a New York Times M-F blog)points out that Joshua Levy, in his techPresident blog, questions just how "citizen" and participatory the debates will be since CNN will be the sole arbiter of whose video questions will be asked in the debate. (See the post below if this is leaving you out in the cold.)

Checking in on the Cheese

Emergency Cheese, that is -- James Kotecki. I hadn't tuned in to my YouTube channel, where I subscribe to his political commentary, since around graduation time so I was wondering if he was going to continue after getting his degree. Evidently, yes. Although his apartment appears to have had an upgrade.
In this vid, he talks about the CNN/YouTube invitation to video makers to submit video questions for the upcoming debate. Might want to take a look.

Hillary's Sopranos spoof

The Clinton campaign continues its innovative (for presidential campaigns, anyway) use of the Internet. Yesterday it announced its choice of a campaign song via a video (posted on YouTube and the Clinton campaign site) that sent the viewer to an announcement Web page -- prefaced by an optional chance to sign up for the campaign. Think McCain will do one?