I sure hope not. I’m not-so-patiently waiting to process my order and have been for about 30 minutes now. Have I reason to worry? Well, it was not so long ago that a VP at GoDaddy was caught bidding against prospective buyers of highly-desired domain names on GoDaddy’s own auction site. Don’t let me down again, GoDaddy.
UPDATE: Order finally went through via Safari browser. I’ll be a little late to work though, so excuse.me, sue.me, and dew.me cause it’s all about me.meme.me
UPDATE 2: An hour later I found out that all six of my “registrations” FAILED.
Not three months after midwiving the The Schwaggin’ Wagon, today we’re proud to announce it’s grand return. We’ll be taking to West LA and Santa Monica tonight and Friday night for Twiistup 4 and SummerMash LA, where we’ll be collecting unwanted schwag and discussing/powwowing/brainstorming new, resourceful ways to be sustainable and green in the world of tech/media/PR with the world.
If you’re at either of these events, please stop by and say hi — and feel free to drop off any and all unwanted tshirts/pens/keychains etc that you’ve accumulated in your closet. Special thanks to sponsors Eco-Limo, Jambase, and GeoGraffiti.
Google is hosting open source and Creative Commons-licensed code for everyone to remix Radiohead’s latest video from In Rainbows, “House of Cards.”
“In Radiohead’s new video for ‘House of Cards,’ no cameras or lights were used. Instead, 3D plotting technologies collected information about the shapes and relative distances of objects,” according to the band’s YouTube channel.
After hearing about Radiohead’s first-of-its kind video, Google:
[A]greed with the band that it would be great to give you a deeper look into how all of this was done, and even a chance to play with the data yourself, under a license that allows remixing… You can view the video, watch a short documentary about how it was made, interact with the video in 3D, download some of the data, and download an iGoogle theme and gadget – all at http://code.google.com/radiohead.