I just love this blogger version of the typical Chinese propaganda posters
- Leisa: There are three kinds of bloggers….
There are several genres of bloggers, the majority of which use blog as personal journals. For professional bloggers, they might end up in either of these three categories. Keywords: blogging, behavior
- QTFairUse6: Removes iTune’s DRM-protection off your music
Not as slick as FairUse4WM, QTFairUse6 is a python script which deodes your purchased iTunes so they work anywhere. Thing is, it currently works in Windows and requires you to playback every song. Keywords: itunes, piracy, hacks, music
- Find this strange iPod commercial familar?
That’s because it’s Colbert… remember now? Keywords: ipod, funny
- Welcome to Firefoxies!
Part Firefox, Part "Hot or Not", vote for your hottest Firefox user (via iCheerful). Keywords: firefox, photo, popularity
- Yodel Anecdotal: The long slow road to recovery
Yahoo’s blog features a public relations story about how they helped Katrina victims. A Yahoo store was setup for American Red Cross and raised $57 million in donations. They also taught affected small business owners how to setup their own online stores. Keywords: blogging, disaster, yahoo
- Mac Mojo: Microsoft’s Mac Office Team Blog
Yahoo’s corporate blog certainly received incredible fanfare. The Office for Mac Team blog seemed like a quiet affair. They’re the latest corporate blog to hit the scene. It features individual developer blogs so you can see what they’re up to. Keywords: blogging, business, mac, microsoft
- Projecting Law: The Blog on Law and Social Media
Jim Milles, director of the UB Law Library, started a new blog which aims to be the "Go-To" blog for the emerging field of law & social media. I’ve always felt that this is a Web 2.0 domain that’s yet undiscovered. They’re hoping to make this a group blog and are gearing up to bring in fellow law professors from other institutions. I’ve joined in to contribute phenomenons I find in this area.Keywords: law, blogging, social, media