I wonder how easy it is to blog from my new toy... The "killer apps" on this thing are really Skype, IM and musc/movies, but the web browsing was very necessary. Without it, something would be missing. The keys are relly too small for anything more than a quick text, but cest la vie.
I have to push <func> + enter to make a new line... who knew? You also learn the valuue of punctuation and the 102-key qwerty keyboard when you have them taken from you!
Holy crap, kids. You know how to Happy Hour.
Most of these updates and things will be posted to the FloridaCreatives.com site, because I make a web page for everything. If I sneeze, I buy a domain name for that too.
Still, we had easily 40 people show up to the event last night, with lots of bloggers throwing in their two cents.
The Student of the Game, our pro football podcast, passed 100 subscibers today.
This may be a small milestone for most bloggers or podasters, but you have to remember, we live in Orlando, people! Nobody in this town uses RSS, subscribes to podcasts or otherwise does anything "Web 2.0" worthy!
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 just read on Scoble's blog that he has read over 25,000 items on his Google Reader account (which he hasn't been using that long) across 483 feeds.
These are two massive statistics. I doubt I subscribe to 100 feeds. I'm sure that if his feeds weren't published as a "river", meaning all the items simply appear in chronological order, he would not be able to stomach so many feeds. Also, if there weren't a "Mark All As Read" button, he'd be screwed.
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.