What I did in my Christmas Holidays by Sally... →
Those kind people at the BBC have posted the original Steven Moffat short story (illustrated by Martin Geraghty) which he later used as the basis for the amazing Blink. There aren’t any Weeping Angels in it, but it’s a start.
Compare and contrast
Dermot interviews David Cameron: http://bbc.co.uk/i/s8jjc/ Paxman interviews David Cameron: http://bbc.co.uk/i/sb34t/
Lib Dem Televised Debate Strategy →
Interesting insight into the strategy behind Nick Clegg’s election debate strategy and his approach to the next one.
Televised Debate Anyone? →
The first live televised debate (of three) between Gordon Brown, David Cameron, and Nick Clegg is on this Thursday at 8:30 pm on ITV1 (and in HD if you fancy it…) A really interesting event in its own right - and even more interesting for media geeks. Be sure to follow the debate and keep and eye on the live blogs (all the main newspaper websites are running them - Telegraph and...
Google Election Analysis →
Those clever bods at Google have put up this interesting (if you are a geeky nerd like me) analysis of searches done through their engine relating to the main parties, their leaders, chancellors, and key election issues. More evidence of new media in the election. And graphs. I love graphs.
Slow Club’s video for new single Giving Up On Love - starring Mackenzie Crook! Yes, him out of The Office and Pirates of the Caribbean!
Multiplatform entertainment - the future →
Great article about new media interactive cross platform links from broadcast texts. Read, media students, read…
iPhone OS4.0 →
Multitasking - check Dock - check Folders - check iBooks - check One inbox for multiple email accounts - check. What’s next - an iPad with a camera? Sign me up please!
When they have got nowhere else to go they will start paying.– Rupert Murdoch on how he expects customers to respond to paywalls. Sweet man, isn’t he? Not at all bullying.
AOL to close Bebo →
Bye kids. You’re clearly all on Facebook anyway…
Even BMW have a sense of humour →
Not bad, but not as good as The Guardian.