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Marc Hustvedt
RT @Jeskid: First review of #statuskill by Tubefilter.com Retweet if ya would :) http://www.facebook.com/l...
eric mortensen
RT @todayonbliptv: Meet Denton Sparks, the world’s first social network action hero/addict on episode 1 of @StatusKill. http://todayonbliptv.tumblr.com/post... #webseries
eric mortensen
Lots of ppl at @bliptv this morning!!! Http://blog.blip.tv http://yfrog.com/cbmnuj
Lots of ppl at @bliptv this morning!!! Http://blog.blip.tv http://yfrog.com/cbmnuj
Sarah MacLean
"Kafka said writing was its own reward. I write for money." -Eloisa James. #rwa09
itsthr33am
ericmortensen: Synesthesia by Terri Timely - http://itsthr33am.com/post...
ericmortensen:
 Synesthesia by Terri Timely
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very impressive piece of work. - Blip
itsthr33am
danielbrainfart: Experimenting with different lights, objects, and random things in front of the lens. in this photo: Dunny, Doraemon, plastic deer. D▲NIEL - http://itsthr33am.com/post...
danielbrainfart:
Experimenting with different lights, objects, and random things in front of the lens.
in this photo: Dunny, Doraemon, plastic deer.
D▲NIEL
eric mortensen
noahkai: jhulyjohns:(by Noche Primigenia) - http://blog.worshiptheglitch.com/post...
noahkai:
jhulyjohns:(by Noche Primigenia)
eric mortensen
Easy Bake Lovin’ - Piper’s Valentine’s Day Miracle! - http://blog.worshiptheglitch.com/post...
eric mortensen
mikehudack: justinday: adamiss:The Joy of Tech Alli and I just bought two Kindles, one for each of us. I’m hoping for an Apple tablet, too. More devices that read books sold by Amazon? I’m not sure that’s keeping Bezos awake at night. The music/movie guys work with Apple because they *have* to, not because they want to. Bezos already owns the book... - http://blog.worshiptheglitch.com/post...
mikehudack:
justinday:
adamiss:The Joy of Tech
Alli and I just bought two Kindles, one for each of us.  I’m hoping for an Apple tablet, too.
More devices that read books sold by Amazon?  I’m not sure that’s keeping Bezos awake at night.  The music/movie guys work with Apple because they *have* to, not because they want to.  Bezos already owns the book world and I don’t see pubishers jumping ship to work with Steve “nobody reads books anymore” Jobs.
eric mortensen
ADULT. - I Wanna Know Now >from <a href="http:/www.discogs.com/release/481006">Re: Bird — The Electronicat Remixes - http://blog.worshiptheglitch.com/post...
ADULT. - I Wanna Know Now
>from <a href="http:/www.discogs.com/release/481006">Re: Bird — The Electronicat Remixes
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@spyboy you don't have to be in NYC to be part of the NYCResistor community! http://www.facebook.com/group...
Sarah MacLean
The West Wing Open Obama - http://www.youtube.com/watch...
The West Wing Open Obama
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good. not great. - eric mortensen
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David Fisher
Resume: Six Words You Should Drop from Your Resume - http://lifehacker.com/5137212...
eric mortensen
itsthr33am:Lori Samsel’s “Get in the Van” “A 25 minute greenscreen/animated/live-action exercise video featuring the musical talents of Desert Planet, Twilight Electric, Plasticflesh, and other blippy chiptunes!” - http://itsthr33am.tumblr.com/post...
weird and delicious. - Blip
eric mortensen
Cornyn’s Absurd Hypothetical: What If Waterboarding is The Only Way To Interrogate? The best part is when Dick Durbin implies Cornyn is watching too much “24”. - http://vodpod.com/watch...
Cornyn’s Absurd Hypothetical: What If Waterboarding is The Only Way To Interrogate?
The best part is when Dick Durbin implies Cornyn is watching too much “24”.
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Louis Gray
Louis Gray
Federated Media Shifts Away From Display Ads; Restructuring Includes Some - http://www.paidcontent.org/entry...
More signs that display ads are going to be dropping. Small businesses are not advertising at all, and the big guys will want to do it for cheap. - Louis Gray
Also Techcrunch is thinking out loud about dropping FM - See http://www.techcrunch.com/2009... - Atul Arora
Sarah MacLean
Scott Beale
Clay Shirky's media forecast and predictions for 2009 - http://www.guardian.co.uk/media...
eric mortensen
A hard-hitting discussion with presidential candidate Senator John McTaint. - eric mortensen from Bookmarklet
eric mortensen
"Rachel Campaniello, Gaming Babe magazine's most intrepid reporter, is hot on the trail of the greatest scoop of the millenium: just why did Cody Ferguson scrap his time machine project when it seemed so close to perfection? Her inside source, an anonymous avatar from her favorite online RPG, leaves her a trail of clues leading to Jef's Hot Tub - but can our world handle the panty-drenching answers that await her there? Meatware beware!" - eric mortensen
eric mortensen
"The Paul Thek retrospective at the ZKM | Museum of Contemporary Art focuses on the effect of his work on contemporary art. His influence extends through to the most recent generation of artists. That's why the exhibition "Paul Thek in the Context of Today's Contemporary Art" presents also works by Franz Ackermann, Jon Kessler, and Mike Kelley which you will see in this video" - eric mortensen from Bookmarklet
Scott Beale
Google Reader in Plain English by Common Craft - http://laughingsquid.com/google-...
The Common Craft things are ads and are paid for. I hear they get $20,000 or more to do these things. But I love them anyway, especially if they help get more people into our world. - Robert Scoble
Robert, I'm not sure what you are getting at. Common Craft is not hiding the fact that this video was commissioned by Google. On their blog post they say "The Google Reader team hired us to create this one minute introduction to Google Reader." In fact they make it very clear that they are hired to produce videos: http://www.commoncraft.com/work Hey, you get paid to make videos and I watch those too. Are you saying that they shouldn't get paid to make videos? - Scott Beale
I don't think anyone has ever doubted the commercial nature of their videos, disclaimers or not. That said, I think they are uniquely effective at making technology approachable. I deeply admire their work. - Christopher Sacca
Actually, Common Craft *did* get paid to make *some* of their videos (and as Scott says, always with full disclosure when that was the case), but a lot of them were made for nothing but the love of it (the Twitter one for instance, and of course RSS, Wikis etc.) Lee & Sachi have stopped doing client work now to focus on their Common Craft store - selling licensed versions of the videos... more... - Michael Pick from twhirl
I just found it interesting that below this video was a link for "How to Survive a Zombie Attack, in Plain English" - Glenn Batuyong from twhirl
eric mortensen
@giovanni blip.fm is not affiliated with blip.tv.
drew olanoff
The Red camera shall rule them all in Hollywood, shortly [Online Video] - http://feeds.gawker.com/~r...
Louis Gray
The Following/Listening Ratio - Are Your Followers Actually Listening? - http://www.louisgray.com/live...
Interesting post. I'm looking forward to really digging into Friendfeed's new features to start clustering my friends into communities. I'm already vaguely aware of distinct groups within the people I follow, for instance, people who post mainly tech/web 2.0 news; people who post funny/interesting trivia, etc. Whether or not this will help me or others to reply to more posts, I don't know... - David Young
On Twitter, I definitely am rarely listening. I use Twitter search for keywords, or if I want to browse a specific individual, I'll do that, but I'm not watching the stream. As for FriendFeed's new feature, I do have some concern that people will more closely watch their best friends and the second-tier (so to speak) will see likes and comments dissipate. But that's for another post. - Louis Gray
For me, twitter (and FF to an extent) has turned from 'listening' to 'monitoring'. I catch some when I can, but try and keep up with the close ones. Also, my ratio often is off because I have spammers follow me on twitter and I don't (know how to) remove them so that offs my ratio. - Rob Williams
I've stopped listening on Twitter all together. FF is a much more interesting place to listen. - Thomas Hawk
Ditto 100% what Thomas H said... - FFing Enigma
I listen to Twitter but within the context of FriendFeed. So my filters here highly affect what I hear from Twitter. - Rob Diana
people not actually following.. only few really do... and if they really do, they do not always catch-all updates... and if they read just when the update shown, only few will respond... still we need more tools for effective measurement... - Pico Seno
This was a hard post to write because I recognize there's a problem, but I'm still not even quite sure FriendFeed or Facebook attack the problem fully - they seem to be the best at it, though. I'm not quite sure what the answer is, but Twitter is the furthest from it, it seems. - Jesse Stay
i listen, but i don't think anyone else listens to me no matter the site; Twitter, Plurk, FriendFeed, Seesmic...Jesse, I can't believe you left off Plurk. Maybe you just haven't experienced it, but I've seen really interesting conversations among cliques on that site. - Anika
Those that find you interesting will listen. Those that might want to catch something you say, might catch it. Those who just follow to follow probably won't hear what you have to say. In the end, does it matter? Can I read every book in the world? No. How do I decide which to read, which I might read, and which I will probably never read? - Tim Hoeck
faboo, I just can't figure out how to organize Plurk - paying attention as much as I can to the conversation is important to me, and Plurk is just too unorganized for me. - Jesse Stay
Here's an interesting concept - what if each of these services required you to listen to each conversation, similar to the way Google Reader does? Perhaps it would force people to be more careful about the people they follow and what they listen to. Might make for an interesting network if someone were to implement this. - Jesse Stay
why are so many folks presuming there is only one possible way these tools should be used? - Chuq Von Rospach
i don't know what you mean by 'organizing' plurk. i only follow certain people, i don't accept every friend request and people who don't plurk often or don't participate in my threads, i unfollow their plurks. if i'm also following them on twitter or they abuse ping.fm i unfollow. my timeline is clean. - Anika
John Fitzpatrick
Yes, Virginia, There Are Good Web Series - http://newteevee.com/2008...
Virginia Heffernan, the normally-astute media writer for the New York Times, wrote a bewildering piece that appeared in the paper’s magazine on Sunday. “Serial Killers” took web video series to task, albeit in a pretty confusing manner. My main issues with Heffernan’s story are classification, timeliness and overall point. - John Fitzpatrick
David Fisher
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