"Harvey put me on the list +2" - Asmallworld.net "an exclusive" social network site gets funding. The lucky few get a chance to exchange restaurant tips with Quentin Tarantino, Ivanka Trump and Naomi Campbell. I suppose from a luxury advertising standpoint this probably makes sense but, boy oh boy, it is a club I am happy not to join (not that I'll be asked).
Treehugger post about how to use and navigate to their archives. More sites should have this in a _how to use our site FAQ. One could assume that Treehugger has a pretty web-savvy audience. After all they are reading an environmental blog so the fact that they are trying to help their audience fine their archives means that more mainstream sites should do the same.
Leonard Lopate on WNYC this morning on newspapers in a digital age. Editors from the Wash Post and the NYT talking about their sites, users, and resource allocations.
Wired on AT&T documents under court seal that outline their involvement in helping the Govt's warrantless domestic surveillance program.
TIVO doing some deals with magazines - editors seem to be making pages of favorites. I would think they would link to schedules so people could program their devices.
I find myself to be among the legions of people who are upset about the injury to Barbaro. I find it odd, since I don't know the horse and don't really follow horse racing. So it's nice to see a NYT article that tries to explain it.
Two young people I admire are Jean Rohe, who at the New School graduation was far more eloquent that I was (and am) at that age. She has a post about it on The Huffington Post. Another is LeBron James, who in addition to his awesome talent, seems to possess a humility, a sense of history, and presence far beyond his years. I'm sort of glad he lost to the Pistons in the seventh game as he will take it as a growth experience.