I was thinking about recording a video about why I won't be getting an iPhone, but Uncle Loren has it taken care of...
One of my top 5 blogs, Lost Remote, often has stories that deal with Orlando - like when something happens at the Tribune company, a lot of times the Sentinel will be mentioned. Apparently, they tried out re-designing the local paper's web site before doing Chicago. OK, but now here's a story about our local NBC affiliate using a Slingbox to show the weather during live TV. Who knew?
From Lost Remote:
Michael Black, a blogger/webmaster with over a decade of history writing about Montreal Fringe online has decided to lay a verbal smackdown on us at BloggingFringe.com - and I respond in a big way.
Ryan Price with a Beard gives a shout out to Loren Feldman from 1938Media.com and a handful of people on my personal A-List.
This guy Loren from 1938 media - which to my knowledge is a meta-blogosphere videoblog endeavor, but different than Irina's GETV - has put out another post that begs to be reblogged. The first exposure I had to these guys was when they had their Chinese correspondent say something about Jason Calacanis and Robert Scoble in Chinese - both of them reblogged it.
“If a major project is truly innovative, you cannot possibly know its exact cost and its exact schedule at the beginning. And if in fact you do know the exact cost and the exact schedule, chances are that the technology is obsolete.”
-Joseph G. Gavin, Jr., discussing the design of the lunar module that landed NASA astronauts on the moon.
Start a little romance but rule out conversation. Communicate only through videos, art, emails, written notes. Then share the experience with the world in a narrative film and video podcasts under the banner of “Four Eyed Monsters.”
I think this is taken from the Apple site.
"The simplest solution is always farthest from where you're standing."
- Ryan Price
If you started walking in the wrong direction.
We've been researching things for Petentials for the last few days, and then as soon as I sit down today, it hits me in the face, or more like sneaks out of my back pocket. It's so simple, but I didn't see it until I thought I had exhausted all other options.