Category Archives: Internet Tools

Flickr uploader

Flickr uploader can be a bit picky on which photo’s it wants to display.

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However, all the photos were uploaded in spite of the alert icons.


iTunes and Ping

I have signed up to use Ping as a part of the iTunes update and yet that’s about as far as I’ve gotten. Yes I have a few “friends” but that’s about it.

Today I was moving some radio stations to my music area and came across the following.

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I can only surmise that Apple will begin to offer this service in the future. I’m still not clear as to why they’re trying to sell radio station content they are providing on the Radio Station side of their content offerings.

White House Website’s Ethics Page Still Down

It’s likely due to the fact that there are no Ethics in the current administration of President Obama.

White House Website’s Ethics Page Still Down: “

On January 21, President Obama signed an Executive Order requiring ethics commitments for officials of his administration. As has been covered here, that commitment has already been compromised.

Interestingly however, the ‘Ethics’ section of the White House website went down that day, ostensibly to be updated to reflect the president’s initiative. Six days later, that page is still down. Go there today and you find this message:

The ethics section is currently being revised to reflect President Obama’s Executive Order concerning Ethics Commitments by Executive Branch Personnel, issued on January 21, 2009. Please check back soon.

Six days later and the website still hasn’t been updated? This EO has been in the works for months. Furthermore, none of the other ‘agenda’ pages has been pulled down. According to Roll Call, this is what you found on the page before it went dark:

…the new White House Web site — launched just after President Barack Obama was inaugurated Tuesday — included a list of ethics reform proposals that would apply to Congress, including new earmark disclosure guidelines, requirements for public mark-ups of legislation and a call for a new Senate office to investigate ethics complaints. The last idea had been voted down in the Senate during the 110th Congress.

I wonder why it’s down for such a long time — at least in Internet terms — and what will (or won’t) be there when it goes back up.

(Via Weekly Standard Blog.)

White House Website’s Ethics Page Still Down

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Alarmingly Ignorant.

Over the past week or so it’ has become self evident that Sen. Obama and his Presidential campaign are alarmingly ignorant. Specifically regarding Sen. Obama’s most recent attack ads. Instead of addressing the issues and answering questions, Sen. Obama knowingly lied in the broadcast ads, and apparently will continue to do so throughout the campaign. Change? There’s certainly no change for the Chicago Political Machine schooled Sen. Obama.

HT: (Via – Exposing Liberal Media Bias.

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Nokia Launches a Winksite.


My friend Dave Harper has some great news about Nokia launching a Nokia conversation Winksite.

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Think Mobile.

My friend Chris has a great short missive on moving to digital and mobile technologies.

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India on the Net.


My friend Guy Kawasaki has started another of his series of sites. This one is about India.

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