An early morning rainbow, just before the rain.Read More
While most of the world watches the Royal Wedding today Kampala in Uganda has erupted. After days of anti-government protests and the seemingly brutal arrest of opposition leaders rioting has broken out in the streets and security and military forces are out in their numbers.
Forget the royal wedding. Live blogs are the big thing today. Just about everyone has one. CNN has its own live blog which incorporates Facebook Connect so viewers can post comments on the live video and updates (nice). Naturally the Guardian also has a liveRead More
Another nice touch from the Guardian: A special button (“Republicans click here”) that hides the royal news from readers that don’t want it (link in red box below).Read More
I’m not a royalist by any stretch of the imagination but I am am intrigued by the effort gone to by the media in covering the Kate-William wedding today.
Leading the pack is the Guardian which is doing some pretty cool stuff. Perhaps the most
Friday 6:30am. It’s deceptive. That’s sun you see but it was a cold morning run.Read More
How not to write headlines. This could be about just about anyone in any country. It may lure a few people in to find out who is being talked about but most will just ignore it.Read More
I love Instapaper. Virtually everything I read online is now filtered through this awesome reader.Read More
I’m tired of hearing how the poor cinemas are struggling to stave off the double threat of the internet and DVD retail sales; about how they are unable to make a profitable living out of showing movies on their big screens.
Frankly cinemas are getting