This is pretty cool. It’s a graphical representation of how the US population is dispersed.
Archive for October 2006
I am always impressed how everyone in our local community, Rivermark, pulls together to arrange family events.
It not something we’re used to as back in the UK, especially London, there never seemed to be much of a community feeling. The event today was arranged by Rivermark Moms – a formidable force! Today was fantastic with fancy dress judging and prizes, pumpkin carving and a treasure hunt. My little one didn’t want to go as an animal or a fairy so she went as a pirate instead! A great day had by all – and well done Rivermark Moms!
I’ve been asked to Beta trial MSN’s new Soapbox which is in direct competition to Google Video, Yahoo Video, YouTube, AOL’s UnCut Video etc.
So far, it’s proved to be pretty stable and easy to use. Not much functionality at the moment, but upload times are quick and there’s no moderation. The personal and public tag cloud is a nice touch. The moderation is done by the community using Soapbox – if you see something nasty, report it as so.
The clip you see here is just a general one from the MSN Soapbox site, but you get the idea.
I’m pleased to see one of the most comprehensive documentary series in the UK has joined the world of broadband. Horizon, which has been going since the 1960′s now has a site with many episodes here: