A picture I took outside the Philadelphia Art Museum when Pat was getting ready to run the Philadelphia Marathon. You can see the rest of the pictures from the day here:
How did this slip past? MSN is streaming Arrested Development episodes for free online. Is this going to be a trend, where television content is bought up by major portal players to win over viewership? If so, that's likely to mean a lot of great content on demand for free.
Also, how do you know where to go anymor efor something like this? MSN.com? Live.com? What is their brand?
Screenshots of Microsoft's Live Local Virtual Earth. It requires IE 6 or newer, and a download, but the views are worth it. Note: they intend to sell billboard advertising fresh in the new 3-D world (for example a billboard ontop of a building could now have new advertising on it).
This is only for the Facebook addicts, but I know there are a lot of you out there. AOL has put out a plug-in for their newest AIM IM application, Triton, that allows you to receive alerts of new Facebook activity directly via IM as soon as something happens:
- Someone writes on your Wall
- Someone sends you a message
- A friend updates their profile
- Someone writes on a friend's Wall
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In a partnership with Google, the NHL is offering all of this year's hockey games, as well as classic games from the past, for free in their entirity, to be watched on Google Video or downloaded to your computer. This would be a really cool offering if it were the NBA, but unfortunately it's hockey. Still, you have to the NHL credit for embracing the medium, and offering their fans something valuable and different (now lets see the NBA follow by removing the fees from their game downloads...how many people are paying for those things? The quality isn't good enough for that, but I'd watch highlights of games every night).