Friday, September 09, 2005

Fly, Eagles, Fly

Last year's intro to the Eagles web site was pretty good, this year it's, well, see for yourself:


http://www.philadelphiaeagles.com/intro/intro_flash01.jsp

2 Comments:

At 4:09 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

A Plan to Beat The Tempest
The D.C. area may seem a safe haven from Katrina-class hurricanes, but it's no stranger to welterweight storms that still pack plenty of punch.
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At 4:12 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Brown relieved of hurricane duties
Fewer Bodies Than Expected Found in Sweeps FEMA Chief Relieved of Katrina Duties Hurricane Simulation Predicted 61,290 Dead Iraqi: U.S. Troops Not Needed in 2 Years Judge Orders Edgar Ray Killen to Prison ...
Nice to see some decent content for a change. FYI, I log on today and see that we've got a new feature, the 'Flag blog' button, which is inconveniently located between the 'Get Your Own Blog' and 'Next Blog' buttons so that we would presumably be getting some flags on error alone (although if one happens to notice it, you can unflag a blog) But that's a trivial matter. What concerns me is this: When a person visiting a blog clicks the "Flag?" button in the Blogger Navbar, it means they believe the content of the blog may be potentially offensive or illegal. We track the number of times a blog has been flagged as objectionable and use this information to determine what action is needed. This feature allows the blogging community as a whole to identify content they deem objectionable. Ok, see the problem with this? What's "objectionable." I'm guessing there are a good deal of people that would likely deem my blog to be objectionable; and there lies the problem: what is objectionable and what is subjective. Just my 2 cents, Payday Loans & Cash Advances

 

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