The Student of the Game, our pro football podcast, passed 100 subscibers today.
This may be a small milestone for most bloggers or podasters, but you have to remember, we live in Orlando, people! Nobody in this town uses RSS, subscribes to podcasts or otherwise does anything "Web 2.0" worthy!
Rowlf and Fozzie Bear on the Muppet Show (among others)
If we didn't have all the piracy and sharing, the media companies wouldn't have seen how valuable all the sharing really is, and this clip wouldn't be available. (Notice the disclaimer at the end about Muppets Holding Co., LLC)
Daylife has finally hit the web, and it is pretty cool so far.
I've been reading the Lost Remote TV Blog for a while now (I wish I knew exactly when, I'd love for Netvibes to tell me the first day I added something to my homepage). The blog almost always has news, content and opinions that I just don't see from a lot of other bloggers. Today, Steve posted Your newsroom New Year’s resolutions for 2007, which is just fantastic. If every newsroom in the world made these resolutions, I wouldn't call my blog "Ryan Price vs.
That's right, kiddies. While following up on my last post here I saw a curious legend at the top of the page that said "Online Exlusives". Surely this must be some trick. OW makes their money from PRINT, what is an online exclusive to a print 'zine? Apparently they call it Bloggytown, and they have contributors like Jessica (no last name), Jeffrey Billman, Billy Manes and Bob Whitby to name a few.