We also launched the GeeForce simulator for the Red Bull Air Race.
Little People is a photoblog of tiny figures in real life situations.
This little flash toy is extremely addictive and has inspired a whole bunch of Youtube videos. People with too much time on their hands are cool.
Dave Carter falls into that basket of people who are extremely talented but with a warped sense of humour.
Google Maps + screengrabs = Earth Wallpapers.
Ash is now king of this Google Maps quiz.
Chaired by Al Gore, who is 'real hot right now', about one third of Current TV's cable programming is from viewers, loaded online and voted on by other viewers at www.current.tv
On the quainter side of the Atlantic, BBC2 has been quietly building it's Video Nation for ten years plus. This brilliant view of English life and lives, big and small, is constantly updated by thousand's of amateurs every day.
And we can't forget little people power – Nick is letting kids in on the programming thing at Turbo Nick.
We love Paris, but not that one. A phenomenal piece of princess-slashing, self-promotion, came from UK street artist Banksy when he replaced 500 copies of Miss Hilton’s debut CD in 48 different record stores with his own remixes and cover art.
Come on, we all know internet radio makes FM radio, and the precious iTunes collection, look a bit flaccid. Access to literally millions of songs, and the regular pleasure of hearing something new you actually like, streamed thought a very clever recommendation engine.
Another term used a tad too often at the moment is "folksonomy". Seems to keep popping up in press releases from "Web 2.0" startups, while Wikipedia, Digg, YouTube just let "folks" go about their business.
A weakness with all this is that it relies on "folks" who may think the Great Wall of China was built to keep out the rabbits. See what Stephen Colbert did to Wikipedia here.
Someone at Soap was the first person in the WORLD to use the term 'snack entertainment', apparently. Now even the slowest to adopt anything, TV companies, are doing it...
At one end of the scale, the first seven minutes of Fox Network's 'The Simpsons' season opener will be available as a preview on MySpace, IGN TV and Fox.com.
At the other end, lil' old Channel 10 is letting viewers download packages of four to eight minutes of "snack TV" from the new Thank God You're Here website.
Oh, for a simpler life... weather your head is in them or full of them, clouds can be useful sometimes. Here’s a site dedicated to the lovely things.
Every week you read more BS from people talking about blogs, but how many of them actually walk the walk? Here's a few of our fav agency blogs from around the world. So 2.0 right now.
You can now Geo Tag your photos with Flickr!! Letting you show your friends exactly where you took that photo. And for those interested this is where we have our Weekly BBQ.
No big banana, pineapple, prawn or dunny? Australia is sadly under-represented.
Educating people about insurance doesn't have to be a mundane task.