links for 2008-01-29
Angela picks an example of a high-quality video illustration except that i dont thing its illustrative video. The video is great but it isnt embedded in the page. All the context is gone
[The Journalism Iconoclast » The audacity of ambition — and innovation](http://patthorntonfiles.com/blog/?p=144)
Pat Thornton tells us what he wants. What he really, really wants. And I want it too.
[O2 improves package for iPhone users | Technology | guardian.co.uk](http://www.guardian.co.uk/technology/2008/jan/29/iphone.o2)
“£35 tariff customers receiving 600 free minutes per month instead of 200”. Hooray. Maybe I can put twitter alerts back on
[Virtual Economics: Newspaper websites see more traffic when there’s more news](http://virtualeconomics.typepad.com/virtualeconomics/2008/01/newspaper-websi.html)
“Perhaps it is simply that many people only read the news when there’s actually news to read.” Simple and true.
[Most influential techie: Tim Berners-Lee : January 2008 : TechNotes : Technology : Telegraph Blogs](http://blogs.telegraph.co.uk/technology/technotes/jan08/mostinfluentialtechies.htm)
“A panel of experts has named Tim Berners-Lee as the most influential figure in the world of technology over the last 150 years.”
[Channel 4 newsroom reaches halfway stage of integration : Journalism.co.uk editors blog](http://blogs.journalism.co.uk/editors/2008/01/29/channel-4-newsroom-reaches-halfway-stage-of-integration/)
The future is so, so exciting. But not until April