• YJ Conference blog: Thanks for the linky love

    Thank you to everyone helping to spread the word about the new Yoga Journal blog and the live conference coverage we’re providing here in the Rockies. The blog is filling up quickly–yogis, YJ editors and the blog team are all posting pix, MP3s, and video. KQED, Pluck, Feedster, Learning the Lessons of Nixon, Hip and… Continue Reading

  • Japanese Hot Dog Art!

    Via Slashfood: “The Nippon Ham Group hosts a gallery of hot dog art on their site. Actually, it?s more than just a gallery. There are instructions on how to create roughly a dozen little hot dog creatures.”

  • Judging for the sixth annual Online Journalism Awards

    In LA, taking part in judging for Judging for the sixth annual Online Journalism Awards, presented by the Online News Association and the USC Annenberg School for Communication. The jury for this year’s awards, which is meeting today and tomorrow at USC Annenberg, is: Beau Brendler, Director, Consumer Reports WebWatch Sue Gardner, Senior Director, CBC.ca… Continue Reading

  • Noted

    Charlene Li: Google Talk’s potential –searchable conversation Dan’s Diner: “Community is at the epicenter of a disruptive earthquake of changing consumer behavior in media.” Feedburner: Pingshot “notifies aggregators, search engines, and directories about your content updates as quickly as possible.” Ted Rheingold: “Yes, you read that right, Dogster & Catster are profitable.” (Via Clavier) CNET:… Continue Reading

  • Kevin Werbach looks to the future

    Tantalizing post by Kevin Werbach: “Soon, though, most of the major Internet players are likely to be hybrids of two or more layers. Google and eBay will be infrastructure and applications; Yahoo! and News Corp. will be applications and content; telephone, wireless, and cable operators will be infrastructure nad content; Microsoft and Time Warner will… Continue Reading

  • Jay Rosen on Times Select

    Jay Rosen on Times Select: ” My own questions start with this sentence in the corporate side?s press release, describing TimesSelect as ?a new product offering subscribers exclusive online access to the distinctive voices of the Op-Ed, Business, Metro and Sports columnists of The New York Times and the International Herald Tribune (IHT).? The phrase… Continue Reading