1) Postsecret on YouTube
The phenomenon surrounding Frank Warren’s NSFW postcard confessional is documented for Chinese YouTube viewers. It joins the nearly 80 different video homages to Postsecret. And it reminds us that the simplest visuals can be the most powerful.
2) Chalk’s left in the dust The Cincinnati Enquirer
When I was your age, we had to clap erasers to get the chalk dust out of them. Now school’s have sonic pens for interactive whiteboards with wall-mounted projectors. It looks straight out of Minority Report.
3) MSNBC.com’s Newsbreaker: In-Theatre Gaming The Experience Economist
”Newsbreaker is an online RSS-fed game allowing consumers to interact with the day's headlines from msnbc.com. The goal of the game is to accumulate points and knowledge by capturing headlines broken out of the msnbc.com spectrum of stories.” This beats sitting through lame trivia and ads as you pray Lurch doesn’t sit in front of you.
4) Technorati + Authority Logic + Emotion
Technorati’s new authority metric is not getting respect from the sphere. I’ve always had an issue with my Technorati results as it reads from two different addys for this blog’s results.