I was getting ready to head out and walk to work last week, which I try to do at least 2-3 times a week, as its good excersize and thinking time. Part of this mini ritual is putting my iPod on and listening to tuneage. This time after firing up the pod I was dissappointed […]
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For those of you who enjoyed Wedding Crashers, you will get a kick out of this. On the Wedding Crasher’s website you can create your own personalized trailer using a photo of yourself or you and a friend, or anyone for that matter. My mother sent me a link this am with a trailer that […]
I thought this was an interesting find. coBRANDit launches as the first “open source” ad agency focused on creating a network of creative individuals who create real life documentary style experiences with brands. The goal is to create a platform that “brand sponsors can introduce new ideas and products in exchange for documentary video and […]
Todd Storch speaks the truth about the changing media landscape and the advent of WIFM:
Now, consumers have the choice of what and when.
Having the choice of “when” is more powerful that just the choice of “what”.
So, we (consumers) are becoming program directors of our own station, WIFM. What, and When is In it […]
Mark Kingdon, CEO of Organic, writes an interesting piece today for his ClickZ column titled “Changing Channels and the Rise of Podcasting.” He talks about how marketers are beginning to embrace the medium:
“The market is very, very new, but early-adopter advertisers are jumping in relatively quickly, testing a variety of formats and ideas.”
We have […]
More great iPod fun, if you haven’t seen this one yet make sure you check it out Introducing the iPod Flea, the worlds smallest mp3 player! per adrants.
More and more the internet multimedia bandwagon online grows. I have been reading about Blinkx in the sphere for a while, and just got around to using it today. It offers a very unique interface to searching video which is its main function. The big news of course is that it will now search podcast […]
I am just now getting around to playing around with the soon to be launched Odeo. I received my “preview access” and have just had a chance to dig in. So far Odeo looks pretty slick, the interface is clean and simple to use, with the main navigation being broken out into the three fundamental […]
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I have posted a Flickr set from the Pontiac Summer Solstice Party. You can check out the shots from almost all of the various segments in the podcast. The view from the top of the Pontiac Garage was the best, […]
“Google delivers content to consumers, against which it sells advertising. That’s the very definition of a media company. That Google sometimes acts as a service (search, Google Groups, froogle, etc.) does not change this at all.”
Dan Mitchell in todays New York Times, responding to Jon Friedmans column this week