oct 18

cell phone videos


Panopticist has the first music video shot entirely using cell phones, from the Presidents of the United States of America.

New Boards of Canada out today.


NYT Mag: Chuck watches too much tv.

Don't have Current.TV but you'd like to see that Google Current thing? Then Google "Google Current" on Google Video.


IMDB is 15 years old.

Fortune has a long profile of BitTorrent.

You know about this already, but I need to put it here for the archives: Yahoo Podcasts.


New blog search engine: Sphere.com.

New news search engine: Inform.com.


Business Week has a new blog on media and advertising: Fine On Media.

Regina Lynn (the sex columnist at Wired News) has a blog.

Blogebrity relaunched.


The American Society of Magazine Editors chooses the top 40 covers of the past 40 years. Nice.

Congrats to Elizabeth on the book deal. Last week's Gawker drama was just too much.


NYT Mag's life hackers story does a good job of getting its arms around a complex topic, but I gotta believe that so much of this is still sci fi.

Time assembles a bunch of smart people to talk about technology.


Actually, I think it was you that first posted the link to Fredo's "Sad Song," which I'm pretty sure was filmed entirely with cell phones. Oops. Glad I doublechecked. Fredo used "15 second jpg movies from my little Nikon Coolpix 775 still camera," which made it look a lot like a phone video.

posted by Norwegianity at 10:38 AM on October 18, 2005

wow cohen has asperger's syndrome. it's amazing how all these people we remembered as nerds or just interpersonally odd are now identified with some sort of disorder. it does my heart good to see technology being the vehicle for success for someone who might otherwise be totally marginalized. very cool.

posted by jean at 1:50 PM on October 18, 2005

"The American Society of Magazine Editors chooses the top 40 covers of the past 40 years. Nice." -link doesnt work....

posted by bob at 3:14 PM on October 18, 2005

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