Posts with tag "Video"

Hulu Sucks Donkey Balls – So Please Stop Using It In Posts

I realize that my fellow bloggers in the States might be all kinds of enamored over Hulu but for the rest of the world it is just another stupid geotarded product that is as about as useful as female mammary glands on a bull.

A geotarded mess

Doing this only supports the stupidity of geotarding products and everything that surrounds the idea.

Please stop!

From the Pipeline – 7.20.08

Well other than it is another uneventful birthday coming to a close and irritating people because I was feeling a little blasé about the world of tech blogging it’s been a quiet day on the WinExtra front. In honor of that here are a few things that caught my eye in today’s FriendFeed pipeline and thought I would share with you all.

 Why San Francisco’s network admin went rogue [nw] :: InfoWorld – jeezz talk about pissing off the wrong people and getting stuck with having to having to come up with $5Million in bail money.

EGGS FOR YOU… [nw] :: (HM) – talk about incredible workmanship on such fragile things.

Shocking & Creative Ads from the Urban Jungle [nw] :: Dark Roasted Blend – now this is some really creative marketing ideas

Video Bloggers have a Different Ethical Code [nw] :: Rizzn – some thoughts on video casting and ethics from a man who’s done a lot in this field.

Women in Web 2.0: You Can’t Have It Both Ways [nw] :: – Another viewpoint on this whole Playboy and top female bloggers – oh and if you aren’t subscribed to Cyndy’s posts you are missing out on some great writing.

From the Pipeline – 7.19.08

Between doing my best to reply to all the comments that my post over on Mashable raised yesterday and trying to figure out this whole screencasting things from creating to posting my day has kinda been on the full side which meant not much got posted. However I did managed to find a few things on today’s FriendFeed pipeline to share with you. so here we go for this evening…

Video Blogging: Where’s the Disclosure (video) [nw] :: CenterNetworks – for bloggers disclosure is a pretty big deal as it helps keep us honest and our readers trusting us – but how is this translated when doing video blogging?

The Role of Aesthetics in the Emergence of Web 3.0 [nw] :: n+fold – an interesting discussion about how aesthetics might actually play a really important role (finally) in the next generation of the web.

7 (More) Amazing Adaptive Reuse Architecture Projects [nw] :: Web Urbanist – it is amazing what people will use to build stuff out of – just amazing

Why I Paid Apple To Take Back My iPhone 3G (AAPL) [nw] :: Silicon Valley Insider – *GASP* you mean some people weren’t happy with their gift from the Gods of Apple .. for shame …

5 Things We Forget About The Web [nw] :: How To Split An Atom – a nice list of the things that aren’t really dead even though we like to think they are every couple of months.

US Representative becomes live broadcaster from JPL

I sometimes consider myself a little jaded when it comes to public figures trying to use current events and technology to promote themselves in one fashion or another but today I have to admit I’m amazed when I saw who was broadcasting about the successful Phoenix landing on Mars. Granted the landing was great and congratulations on your success but when was the last time we ever had a US Representative broadcasting about it live using his cell phone.

I find it fantastic that Representative John Culberson became so involved that he used his cell phone to broadcast via the Qik service his interaction with all the engineers taking part in the Mars landing at JPL. We will probably be debating whether Qik has now reached the mainstream but right now I don’t care I just find it so encouraging that either the Senator or his team thought of reaching out this way. Fantastic.