Archive for January, 2009

A New View?

Posted in Uncategorized on January 28, 2009 by Adam Housley

So, I was going to post a new poll, or some pictures from Sonoma County (those will come), but instead I wanted just to give you a few updates and also some insight. Foxnews.com just launched a new look, not a drastic difference, but a difference and I think it is clearer and easier to find stuff than before. More tweaks are needed and more will come, but what do you think and what changes would you like to see on foxnews.com? With this revamp, there will also be some new features and I am told some personal pages which will get me once again involved in the news blogging side of things. Yes, you all know I have slowed a bit, but it was just in waiting for the most part. In any case, it sounds great and I will post a link as soon as I know it is up! Finally, as you guys hear about absurd spending in the stimulus package, feel free to post them on here. I want to list the crazy expenses that our tax dollars are being wasted on.

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Posted in Uncategorized on January 13, 2009 by Adam Housley

imagesSo besides being on the road in New York and then Vegas and doing whatever I can to catch up, we are now on our way to Hollywood to cover the opening night of American Idol. Catching up has been a bit daunting, but I am making the list of cool gadgets from CES and I WILL post them soon. In the meantime, what do you think of American Idol’s changes. They’ve added a judge, brought back the wild card choices and we are hearing there’s a few other things. What do you think?

Happy New Year 2009!!

Posted in Uncategorized on January 4, 2009 by Adam Housley

So this is the video I had the chance to grab from Times Square. My press pass and a few friends from the NYPD got me easily to the front for the ball drop. To get to this location about a block north of the ball, you’d likely have to stand in line for about 12 hours, in pens, with no bathrooms or food….AND…as we know, it was about zero degrees with the wind chill. The excitement is fantastic as is the energy of the crowd which spreads for blocks northward out of Times Square. In fact, the entire area is shut down from 6th avenue all the way to 8th and for about ten blocks north to south. The NYPD has a massive presence and things are kept in well order. Impressive to see and experience.