Albeit depressing in subject matter and often with the visuals (and at times VERY strong), I really have to hand it to the team of people who made this movie. Here are a few thoughts:
First, watch this clip, from about 0:45 to 1:15 or so...
Now, having seen that, notice this small bit of internet humor that I happen to find particularly amusing and topical. I hate that word...
All that Battlestar Galactica will come in handy: Walt Disney World and Epcot actually pay you to make the unreal seem real. When you're ready to engage with planet Earth again, check out the city's craigslist site, one of the most happening in the country.
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.
Well, the Holiday crush is over and it is time to look ahead to the new year and how Florida Creatives will be one of the hottest things to hit Orlando since DMAC (if you don't count this little thing called The Red Chair Project, or CityArts Factory of course).
Josh Hallet knows. He's the guy who put together what I might go out on a limb as saying "Orlando's First Unconference", BlogOrlando.
Over on Josh's blog he's been posting what he's learned at the American Marketing Association's MPlanet conference. If you are involved with marketing, own a business or run a website, Josh's blog will be very beneficial to you.
If you haven't heard of lonelygirl15, what digital rock have you been hiding under lately? If you don't know she's fake - sorry, but it's true. This article in WiRED magazine tells the whole story, as well as really hitting a sweet chord for aspiring internet media producers such as myself. Oh, and it also says 'NUTS' to a friend of mine who says "people will never watch content on mobile phones". That's right. Nuts to you!
Thank you for 37 Signals. I've been watching David Heinemeier Hansson's RailsConf 2006 Keynote Address about CRUD and REST, and some of these quotes are great for people who have been in the trenches.
If you're defining a new schema [in Rails], and you want to use composite primary keys, YOU'RE INSANE!