Given the blow up of TV-like content online, who didn’t see this one coming?
So Google and partners Sony, Intel and Logitech have unveiled the Google TV platform, yet another integrated technology to be embedded in broadband-connected TVs, set-tops and Blu-ray players. READ MORE
After Facebook announced that its fastest growing demo was the over 30 crowd, up pops a number of social networking sites for the generation in question, such as Eons.com and TBD.com.
There is an estimated 16.5 million adults over 55 in the U.S. involved in social networks, according to ComScore, and web designers are scrambling since the demographics indicate there is a need for more content sites for these folk.
Along comes NBC Digital Networks, a division of iVillage, teaming up with Proctor & Gamble Productions, launching a new portal of sites dubbed Life Goes Strong. The brand has launched in beta with 3 verticals: family, tech and style. The content includes articles, blogs, “expert” posts, how-to vids, and polls all from the point of view of the “aging audience.”
Do your bones feel creaky just reading this?
Check it out : Style a la The Man’s Shop! On our third Facebook page, we pushed the limits of our FBML knowledge even further: using the fb:swf to load a Flash file and preload image, plus some more AJAX to vote for your Favorite Brand. READ MORE
Another week down, another site launched. FunkyChic.com is an Ecommerce site selling “Unique, Affordable Fashions For Women & Teens” via the CS Cart system. They came to us for help in reskinning (did I just make up a word?) their entire site. Their old homepage (after the jump) had been redone at some point, but once you drilled in to any of the categories or product pages, the site was just using the default New Vision Yellow skin from CS-Cart. No thanks. READ MORE
As I was in the process of writing all about the (re)launch of FunkyChic.com, Travis came back from FedEx-Kinko’s and, with a giant grin on his face, unwrapped some print work he and Craig had put together for the American Kickboxing Academy. Yeuh.
Rumors and conspiracies are rampant on the Internets – was the missing iPhone fiasco real, or a well-calculated viral promo act by Apple?
The truth about that missing iPhone was finally revealed last week after eye-catching court papers were unsealed at the request of a coalition of publications, citing the public’s right to know and free speech…
Fan of the TV show Breaking Bad?
It’s one of the best…
And now there’s more, on the AMC Breaking Bad website. It’s part online game, part graphic novel called The Interrogation which allows readers to participate in an interactive adventure that unfolds differently, depending on what narrative thread you choose…
Ninthlink is one of the sponsors of the upcoming Survey Select exhibition this summer, an effort to create the Museum of Narrative Arts here in San Diego, something we feel is vital and necessary for the cultural growth of California’s expanding southern city by the border.
The fundraiser last Thursday at Case de Muprhy was well-attended by local business folk and cultural luminaries, with food and refreshments provided by Eco Caterers, Just Taste It, Sushi on a Roll, and many others!
Work from the upcoming artists could be found on the walls and against the stairwell at Casa de Muprhy, a mini-preview of things to come…
Miss it? There will be other fundraising events, and the exhibit itself, which will go on all summer. We hope to see you there!
I’ll give it to this Hotmail campaign, it did get me intrigued on what is this “The New Busy”. I mean, I’m pretty busy, and I use gmail, but then I’ve been pretty busy for at least a few years now, so I guess I’m just not the target audience here. But then, I do like it when my emails get along, and I do like pancakes in exotic animal shapes…