Blip.tv is an alternative to YouTube, but is not precisely the same kind of thing. Blip.tv is “a next-generation television network.” which makes available user-produced web tv shows. Rather than viral videos or those intended to sell a product or service, blip.tv focuses on original Web shows. It invites “sitcoms,
Monthly Archives: October 2009
The Twitterverse and the blogosphere are great places to find out information. Recently I’ve been alerted to: WordPress and Twitter: 35 Mega Twitter Plugins for WordPress, a post on the mostly excellent W3mag which has gone straight into my RSS reader. In this particular post, tools for creating links between
As I watched the fuss about the “balloon boy” yesterday – the story of a six-year-old boy who allegedly floated away in a weather balloon, but turned out to have been hiding all the time – I did hope he would be found safe, and was glad when he was.