Live? Live

Gallup tells us what we already knew: we want to see the Olympics live, with tape delay as a backup option for later prime time viewing.  Enough with the tweeted results trumping the television broadcasts.

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Americans, Viewers Want Top Olympics Events Televised Live
Seven in 10 Americans who are watching a lot of the Olympics want the most popular events televised both live and on tape delay. More-educated and higher-income Americans are the most likely to want t…

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There Is Something Curious About This Doodle

I love the fact that the Google Doodle for today has been updated, with the blimp that was circling the stadium being replaced with Curiosity.

As well as  +NASA  getting a plug on the search page: And we have lift off! Celebrate 50 years of the Kennedy Space Center with Google Maps

#nasa   #googledoodle #mars #curiosity #olympics

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Under the Surface

A different perspective

Underwater photos from the 2012 Olympic Games in London. I would like to see a race from underwater some time, maybe the butterfly.

#olympics #photography #photos

Underwater photos at the London 2012 Olympic Games – Framework – Photos and Video – Visual Storytelling from the Los Angeles Times
Photographers at the London 2012 Olympic Games have set up remote underwater cameras in the pools to capture images of athletes gliding gracefully through the water or splashing into it with contorted…

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Nine Eyes

This looks like a really interesting exhibit.  If I was in London (which I'm not) I'd stop by and check it out.  If you are in town for the Olympics, swing by the Saatchi Gallery and send me a postcard. 

#streetview #saatchi #london   #olympics  

The Nine Eyes of Google Street View – we make money not art
630 St Clair Ave W, Toronto, Canada. Picture: Google Street View. Courtesy of Jon Rafman. Yesterday, i went to the Saatchi Gallery to see Korean Eye and the most charitable comment i'm willing to make…

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