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Archive for December 26th, 2006

Sexy Alphabet Girls and the Indianapolis Colts

Posted by rexdixon on December 26, 2006

Yes, slow news day. Well there were a few interesting items… read the restTechnically Speaking - http://rexduffdixon.com

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rexduffdixon.com – simulblogging mode

Posted by rexdixon on December 26, 2006

I’ve talked about it to a few people, and it’s finally stable enough to run in what I’ll call – simulblogging mode. It could be called beta testing, 8ts.jpga shakedown cruise, or whatever you want to term it.

The first official day will be January 1, 2007. Right now, you can go to both places and see the data. I will be continuing the update on the new site, but hopefully if all goes well, December 31st, 2006 should be the last post here.

Technically Speaking - http://rexduffdixon.comTechnically Speakinghttp://rexduffdixon.com – the new home soon to be of this blog.

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Congress Doesn’t GET it!

Posted by rexdixon on December 26, 2006

Why do they not get it? Because they are a bunch of out of touch polititians. They don’t have the pulse on society like say, Rex Dixon does. Polititians are mostly so out of touch with society in general, that “We The People” have no say in our American government.

They don’t realize that the internet is paving the way for – Business – in the 21st century. They would rather keep the people (that would be you the reader and myself) 19th and 20th Century enslavement. Why? Because they continue to make money for themselves by enslaving the people.

Congress is a big joke. No matter if it’s Democrat or Republican. Technically Speaking, they all need to be ousted. All 400 plus congress members and all 100 Senators. They have no place in 21st Century society. As far as I’m concerned, all 500 plus members need to pack their bags, and be replaced by a generation of progress and forward thinkers. They don’t realize that blogs, mashups, social networks, mp3 distribution sites, etc.. They are the 21st Century’s answer to 19 and 20th Century enslavement. Slavery is not legal, and Congress is behind keeping most of America back in the 20th Century.  Here is to hoping that in 2007, things will keep progressing foward – with or without a “congressional blessing”.

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*Exclusive Look* at Megite Video

Posted by rexdixon on December 26, 2006

I just had a quick IM with Megite‘s Matthew Chen who I did an interview with a bit ago. He previewed to me the insides of the new Megite Video (screenshot below) that is pending release only for timing purposes. It looks really good, the page loads fast, and it’s just like Megite as far as concept goes, only with videos.

The nice thing is that soon, could be another reason they are holding off on the video release, is that there will be a “River of Videos” just like the River Of News that Megite has already. Now for those of you that haven’t viewed the River Of News yet – Wow – is all I can say. If you ever have a “lack of things to read“, visit the river of news.

Now here is a quick comment on how dominate YouTube is currently. I asked Matthew,”Hey are you exclusively only using YouTube vids?” and he replied that the market was still very “YouTube” dominate. He told me to click “Next” to see the other video providers (he said over 20 at the current time), and it was Page #3 before I saw Google Video and one from MetaCafe.

Yup, YouTube is king still. Obviously, duh, but it’s interesting to see something where you can compare how dominate by popularity. Here is a screenshot of the Megite Video:

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Technically Speaking, anything video will get a good look in 2007.

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