Video Girls, Angry Guys And Cats (The Monday Remix)
It’s Monday, have you watched Erin’s video yet?
The queen of online video, Amanda Congdon, annouced her new project. It’s not ‘How to get Ford to pay for my trip to L.A.’ but AmandaAcrossAmerica where she will travel the country and talk to folks. Sounds very interesting. And the map on the site is wwwaayyy cool. The whole thing is very interactive and could really be big. She’s working with some smart people.
To aid in the trip I am sending the travellers a list of places and homes NOT to stop by. The list includes the homes of ex-wives, ex-girlfriends and a certain boy I accidentally kissed during Mardi Gras 1996 (not that there is anything wrong with that…).
The official launch is tomorrow so check it out.
If you haven’t been reading Duncan Riley’s posts for The Blogging Times Opinion section you are truly missing out on some insightful commentary. Last week he wrote about traffic. This week’s is just as important.
Seven great ways to connect with other bloggers.
More on the Warner/YouTube Deal
How to run an ethical, ad-driven business
As you know, all this week I’ll be running the final results on our New Orleans media experiment. But before the project even got started, myself and others took some serious beatings from some local New Orleans bloggers which were upset by the process.
In the spirit of peace I present them with this, edited by Travis Campbell. You can also see a list of some local New Orleans bloggers and other New Orleans things at New Orleans Truth. A blog put together by Know More Media and run by the Easton mentioned in the video.