Well, now that the dust has cleared from the monumental election here in the United States I’ve decided to share some souvenirs. I wasn’t able to get a newspaper on November 5. I’m sure there are a lot of other folks out there in the same boat. Lets move on into the digital age and save websites instead! I took care of the screen captures, you can download them here! [Read more…]
Well, moments after I posted my last entry everybody declared Obama the winner. Looks like I need some more practice with the whole live blogging thing, but tonight was a fun start.
I took screenshots of many many major news websites’ front pages, interesting to see that the NY Times changed their headline after about five minutes. That’s one of the great things about publishing on the internet. You can make a change instantly.
North Carolina still can’t be called, but Obama leads by a fraction of a percent. Indiana is the other really close one. Figures, the Grandstaff side of my family lives in Indiana, and my folks and I live in North Carolina.
It is always exciting to see Democracy in action, and the world wide web has brought us a lot of amazing technologies to watch it all unfold. Stay tuned and I’ll post some screen shots with web design critiques in the next few days.
Now it’s time for me to watch an episode of something funny over on Hulu.com and retire for the night.