Archive for September, 2007

Online Advertising Set To Increase

Sunday, September 23rd, 2007

At lunch on Friday with one of our site partners, I was talking about how the predicted slump in spending might actually increase online ad dollars while it decreases those for more “traditional” media like TV and radio. My reasons for this were the facts that (a) online is increasingly taking dollars away anyway and […]

Truth In Journalism Falters at Local Fair

Sunday, September 23rd, 2007

Yesterday, we took the family to a local fair to enjoy the sights, sounds, rides, and food that go along with it. My wife, Lisa, a vegetarian, took great interest in the fresh veggie wraps at one of the food stands. While we were there, Amanda Dumond, a reporter from the local paper, was doing […]

Thanks for the music, Joe Z

Tuesday, September 11th, 2007

Joe Zawinul passed away this morning at the age of 75. No other details have been released yet. Terrible news. Though, of course, he outlived most of his peers by a longshot. First concert I ever saw was Weather Report at the Beacon Theater. I think I was 9. Still remember it like it was […]

Hamilton’s Gadget Law

Wednesday, September 5th, 2007

Everyone who bought an <insert name of gadget here> on day 1 *knows* that it’s going to be cheaper at some point down the road.

FEC Won’t Regulate Political Blogging

Wednesday, September 5th, 2007

The fact that this is a *headline* today is news in and of itself.I can’t believe this even needed to be considered. Of *course* privately-run blogs unfunded by candidates are exempt from FEC regulations!