The new journalism at Live 8 Philly

Howard has shared news that Albert Yee has been credentialed with a press pass and will be blogging for Philly Future on Saturday! We are honored to have his terrific writing and photography on board. We are taking a huge step Saturday and are taking a distributed approach to covering Live 8. Not only will […]

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Ad-Free Gawker and Page Six Blogs Launch

I don’t like the sounds of this, but I figured it would happen sooner or later: Adrants » Ad-Free Gawker And Page Six Blogs Launched An anonymous blogger has launched two Blogspot-hosted Blogger blogs. One steals Gawker’s entire editorial content word for word. The other steals the Post’s Page Six content. The only thing these […]

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Web Content by and for the Masses

New York Times: Web Content by and for the Masses …Flickr, acquired this year by Yahoo, is just one example of a rapidly growing array of Web services all seeking to exploit the Internet’s power to bring people together. From photo- and calendar-sharing services to “citizen journalist” sites and annotated satellite images, the Internet is […]

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Google Launches Video Playback Today?

John Battelle’s Searchblog: News: Google To Launch Online Video Playback This Monday Google will not disclose the raw numbers of videos that have been uploaded to date, but the company will make all those which were tagged as “free” available for real time streaming through the VLC player, which Google has modified and will make […]

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Tom Cruise Attacks Matt Lauer on Psychiatry

A Couch Tom Cruise Won’t Jump On …”You don’t know the history of psychiatry. I do.” Cruise looked like a man possessed — or at least in need of an Ativan — leaning insistently forward in his chair, hammering Lauer when the host suggested that some people were actually, you know, helped when doctors prescribed […]

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