ADIMAS: “Madonna on Oprah – because you made it through The Rapture”

#alldayimemeaboutscene… Madonna fan since Blond Ambition #whenididnthavetolietothekids #truecolors Oprah fan since the mid 90s – after I made sure she wasn’t #thehelp at The White House #postreaganbush… Twenty-five years later; twenty-five years of singing “red, and yellow, black and white – all are precious in his sight” #exceptyouyouandyou at Pro-America rallys… getting introduced to the…

Dime Dailies: Google Chrome Gets Creative

I’ve used Google Chrome since October 2009, because – beyond the glitches – I loved its potential (one part what your teachers tell you when you aren’t realizing said potential because if you were it wouldn’t be potential it would be practice, and one part fashion vs. function). I loved Google’s aim in ease-of-usability –…

Music Monday: Lily Allen’s Anti-Piracy Crusade

So, Lily Allen –– yes, that Lily Allen –– is back on the soapbox again. Ever the donna of the digital domain, Ms. Allen hit up MySpace, Twitter, and even created a blog to bring attention to a cause that is of paramount importance to her, her country, and the world –– music piracy. Now…

The Re-Branding of America: Memorial Day 2009

So, apparently we’re in a recession (I don’t know personally, but  can only deduce from what I’ve overheard at Starbuck’s and seen on Trending Topics). People don’t generally buy up a whole bunch of stuff in this kind of economic climate. But it’s summer and that means if people are going to spend, they’re going…

Amplify: Digital Media Goes Dutch

Amplify: it’s bringing clogs back harder than Birkenstock; this could be the biggest digi-Dutch tandem since cybercafés digitized the coffee shop … Okay, but who are the these amplifiers you might ask … That’s all well and good, but what if you’ve got a few questions about exactly what clogging is … or, you wonder,…

Daily News in the Digital Domain

Welcome to the corner-wide web If your local newspaper shuts down, what will take the place of its coverage? Perhaps a package of information about your neighborhood, or even your block, assembled by a computer. A number of Web start-up companies are creating so-called hyperlocal news sites that let people zoom in on what is…