](http://dhlovelife.com/)

Daryl Hannah video blogs – although it’s a rather predictable charity effort.

  • The speed with which videocasting is hitting the national press far eclipses the time it took blogging, or even podcasting. People are catching on to the idea of net-delivered media fast.
    (tags: [videoblogging](http://del.icio.us/adders/videoblogging) [publishing](http://del.icio.us/adders/publishing) [media](http://del.icio.us/adders/media))

](http://www.nytimes.com/2006/04/24/technology/24ecom.html?ei=5088)

I’m becoming a wiki cynic. It think they’re great tools within a group of people, but I don’t think that they’re ever going to be a mass market thing. I’m prepared to be proved wrong, though.

  • Rejecting a life live in the online public eye
    (tags: [myspace](http://del.icio.us/adders/myspace) [social](http://del.icio.us/adders/social) [society](http://del.icio.us/adders/society) [internet](http://del.icio.us/adders/internet) [networking](http://del.icio.us/adders/networking))

](http://www.digitalronin.f2s.com/politicalcompass/extremeright.php)

This is really interesting. I’ve long felt that the simple left/right division in politics was inadequate. The article adds another axis – from authoritarian to liberal – and suddenly everything makes much more sense.
(tags: politics)