Todays links of interest:
- How Many Web Services Can One Person Use?
First thought? Two. Maybe three. You?
- More D.C. Cuts for ABC News
Yeah, you certainly don’t want a robust staff presence in a city where nothing is happening.
- NBC’s Web sites see surge in traffic
Turns out Tina Fey and Amy Poehler are the keys to NBCs success. Also, a bad economy getting worse.
- All the best details from Barton Gellman’s new book on Vice President Dick Cheney.
For ‘lopers on the run.
- The Official site for International Talk Like A Pirate Day
- Facebook | Medialoper
That’s right, it’s our very own Facebook page! We’re whores for Web 2.0. Facebook denizens, here’s your chance to become a Fan of Medialoper, an act that gains you absolutely nothing materially, but a whole ton on the spiritual and karmic level.
- Lindsay Lohan?s Dad Chucks A Tizzy Over Barack Obama Snub
The first of two entries from the Shut The Frack Up, You Stupid Asshole Dept.
- Schilling blasts Ramirez for attitude in Boston
Well, sure, considering the great great season that Curt Schilling has had for the Red Sox this season, he absolutely has the right to blast Manny for getting traded. Because, as we all know, Curt Schilling is 100% about his team and 0% about Curt Schilling.
- RIAA Decries Attorney-Blogger as ‘Vexatious’ Litigator
Seems like the RIAA’s real complaint is that they haven’t yet figured out how to blog. Otherwise they’d be doing exactly the same thing.
- Microsoft announcement tomorrow: No more Seinfeld ads!
Wow. Just when I was thinking it the ultimate in absurdist comedy.
- Joost to Unveil Web-Based Beta Version
Oh yeah, Joost. Remember that service?
- How Fact-Checking Took Center Stage in 2008 Campaign
You know what’s really scary? The fact that fact checking *didn’t* take center stage in previous campaigns.
- Putting Newspapers On Trial
Tribune employees come out swinging — turns out they really don’t like Sam Zell.
- New Microsoft ads directly target Apple
Microsoft does realize that they still hold the lion’s share of the PC market, don’t they? It’s also difficult to imagine a wholesale switchover by millions of American businesses.
- Opposition to same-sex marriage ban grows
Awesome. Amazing what a little bit of clarification on the language can do.