A staff member with Sen. John McCain’s presidential bid set up a McCain campaign website on Myspace. Big problem: they made unauthorized use of someone else’s website template.
The owner then changed the template on the website to read: “Today I announce that I have reversed my position and come out in full support of gay marriage.”
New Orleans: Bead House in The French Quarter.
Closely following this year’s venerable Academy Awards ceremonies in Hollywood, YouTube has debuted its own version of the Oscars, with its on-line video awards competition. Drawing from its vast online vault of millions of viral videos, YouTube has proclaimed the 2006 YTAward winners.
This posting presents an article about the YouTube awards and announces the winner in each of seven major categories. In addition, the seven winning videos are included for your viewing pleasure.
Citizendium, a peer-reviewed progressive branch of Wikipedia, has been launched. The site was unveiled on Sunday, and as of yesterday afternoon it boasted publication of more than 1,100 articles. While this is a far cry from the more than 1.6 million entries in Wikipedia’s English version, it’s still a respectable start.