Saturday, March 14, 2009

Drea's Def Poetry Monday's- Perre Shelton "Dandelion"

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I Still Love H.E.R. (atributetohiphop)

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You Chicago cats need to go check this show out and tell me if it worth me flying to the windy city to see it for myself.

Friday, March 13, 2009

Thursday, March 12, 2009

Five minutes to a great


My mom, of all people, was feeling this video, so you know its wholesome goodness.

DUJEOUS - "BREAK BREAD" from Dujeous LLC on Vimeo.

Tuesday, March 10, 2009

Keyboard Drum Set
Whether for real business or just light games, there are social networks aplenty.
Here is a small list of the ones I am currently aware of. If you know of any others, let me know. Oh yes, some of these are more social/interactive then others.
Please check them out and post your review in the comments section.

and finally where you can create your own social network
Thinking about starting your own web show?
Here some thoughts.

There are many sites where you can do live shows too.

And nothing beats for helping get the word out on your show.
Oh, and don't forget to send me the link, so I can watch it too.

If you have any additional suggestions for making a great web show, let me know.

Monday, March 9, 2009

I am happily surprised to see this website still has its photos up. It closed for business a minute ago. It was a good concept that just did not get enough love. The idea is similar to Flickr, in that you can upload your photos, but the catch here was that this website published a magazine made from contributions. So this was the place to upload your stuff if you wanted to have an opportunity to have it published in a beautiful glossy magazine. Each magazine had a theme and members of the website had the opportunity to vote on what would make it into the magazine. Anyways, while it still up, you can check out the pics that caught my eye in a strong way.
Jacque and Drea are fun to watch (especially Drea - ya know what I mean)
I would like to see them move up to high definition and make their videos available as a podcast on iTunes so I can put them on my iPod. Presents : Listening to Sharpies Featuring Joe Budden's Padded Room from Jacques Morel on Vimeo.