What did they say or how did they say it? Best quote of the night from a pundit: Historian Michael Beschloss on PBS: “At times, I thought I was watching a debate between Adlai Stevenson and John Wayne.” Personally, I have decided that the best way to watch a presidential debate is to open an […]
iRoad-trip: I’ll be in the car the next few hours so I’ve been to the podcasting filling station and will attach the iTrip to the iPod and iListen.
Search for the rest of us clowns: Clusty, which has nothing to do with a character on the Simpsons, is a new consumer search offering from Vivismo, the NYT’s John Markoff reports: The new Clusty service for consumers, which will be free and supported by advertising revenue, uses a similar organizational structure. But it also […]
News you can lose: From yesterday’s NY Daily news comes this news about not one, but two, vaporzines. And, thank goodness, they’re “shopping magazines” so they’re something new that no one has every thought of before: Star Magazine and Vibe both announced plans yesterday to enter the booming shopping category next year with spinoffs. Star […]
Bush vs. Kerry (the RSS debate): Despite this confusing article on Wired.com making it sound like only the Bush campaign will be pushing out spin during the debate tonight, one can follow the “rapid response” of both campaigns. Here’s how: Kerry campaign “rapid response” syndication feeds: RSS 1.0 and xml RSS 2.0 Bush campaign “debate […]