Monday, November 26, 2007

Around The Blogosphere 26 November 07


Dashy hates Mondays!

The YouTube Republican presidential debate is being televised live Wednesday evening at 8 on CNN from Saint Petersburg, Florida, reports The viewers’ questions will be key, says the Saint Petersburg Times.

David Marx from Neojapanisme posts an interview with Sumie Kawakami, Japanese journalist and the author of the English-language book Goodbye Madame Butterfly: Sex, Marriage and the Modern Japanese Woman, recently published by Chin Music Press. (Sample chapters are available at the book’s website.)

Whitney Matheson: Battlestar Galactica executive producer Ron Moore recently started a blog... Writer/actor Robert Ben Garant (Reno 911!, The State) explains the writers' strike in his latest MySpace entry... Check out this interview with the always-fascinating Crispin Glover.

ABC News and Facebook have joined in a cooperative effort to bring viewers closer to political coverage, says the New York Times.

There is now a Ypulse Facebook profile. Anastasia is hoping for a little interaction... "I plan to use it to promote Ypulse Mashups and other upcoming events. For Ypulse readers active on Facebook looking for a place to discuss youth media or marketing issues, feel free to post comments, discussions, etc. We had a group on MySpace, but nobody really used it -- I'm hoping maybe people will be more likely to start discussions on Facebook."

Word-of-mouth is of major importance in boosting usage of social networking Internet sites, reports Media Facebook has disabled pornographic ads on its site, reports the San Jose Mercury News.

Meanwhile, Facebook needs profits to match its promise, says Time magazine.

“Yesterday while at work, I looked on the computer clock, noted that it was past 4:00pm and silently cheered. When did I become a clock watcher?” asks CityGirl.
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Dashy said...

daves thanks for the add to my blog... i always read your blog on my reader

Dave Lucas said...

You're welcome! You have a great blog!

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