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Although it’s a somewhat soft launch today (shhh – don’t tell anybody), the Turner Broadcasting new venture I mentioned a few months ago when the splash page was posted has gone live today in all it’s UGC and comedic goodness. … Continue reading
Yesterday, Turner Broadcasting (you know, those guys who sign my paycheck) took the wraps off a project that’s been in the works for a while – a new broadband site called Super Deluxe (splash site up and running – find … Continue reading
From a story on Sunday on C|Net, pointing out new move towards adding an outlet for ‘citizen journalism’ to the flagship CNN.com site, called CNN Exchange. On Monday, CNN is expected to announce the launch of CNN Exchange, a page … Continue reading
So my old buddies in the new media department of The Savannah Morning News are going all Web 2.0 and relaunching their web presence from a very 1999-era treatment to a clearly forward-looking model incorporating user generated content (blogs, flickr-like … Continue reading
A few weeks ago Amy found an old recorder for Sam to play with. He immediately took to blowing through it, and in this video plays along with mom’s French horn. When he first began to get sounds out of … Continue reading
About a month ago, Sam began to show us the hand motions to the itsy-bitsy spider song. Here, he’s accompanied by our resident musician. Click on ‘play’ triangle to start video on the page.
I’ve spent some time this weekend working on digitizing and editing videos we’ve taken of Sam over the last six months. The big result of that project was a DVD with all the clips, but I’m slowly working on short … Continue reading
Okay all you geeks out there – now for something really useful coming out of the Web 2.0 biddness – a fresh-for-2006 site to let you research, catalog and of course – TAG – your wine drinking – WineLog.net. The … Continue reading
C|Net.com reports on a new feature user-generated content play YouTube rolled out yesterday – the ability to recieve and post content sent directly from mobile devices. As evidenced by the role Flickr has played in events like the London 7/7 … Continue reading