- Fox’s Answer to The Daily Show Ends Up on YouTube. Sounds like it may be good, if you don’t expect your comedy shows to contain actual humor. Reelpopblog psychically predicts Slate review, offers own pre-evisceration.
- Majority of Americans Feel Bloggers Play a Valuable Role. Particularly useful as punching bags, targets of derision.
- Amanda Marcotte on Why She Quit the Edwards Campaign. Blogger overboard!
- 12-Month Viral Marketing Plan. Learn from an integrated promotion effort for a tech product.
- ‘Punk Marketing’ Continues Its Stripper Video Promotions. Note to political campaigns — nekkid people get attention. Just a hint.
- Speaker Pelosi Launches Blog. No plans for naked integrated promotional tour, apparently.
- Karbon Killas (Or ‘What the Big Guns can learn from gorilla costumes’). Do the unwashed masses create better content?
- Where’s Kintera? DIA’s Jason Z wonders why the company is AWOL from the N-Ten conference in April.
- Yahoo Pipes is a sign of things to come. More on the common man mucking with content instead of bending before our iron will. Next thing you know, they’ll all be blogging.
- How to Create E-mail Messages that Get Attention. Let me guess — include naked people.
- TechPresident Officially Launches. Nice NY Times write-up, too. Can I borrow your press person?
Have a good (long) weekend! Coming soon — a wrap-up of presidential site reviews.