Within two years, the number of hours people spend viewing online video will easily surpass the time they spend watching television. There's no doubt that online video has enjoyed stratospheric growth of late, but despite that success, the technical underpinning by which video is delivered into your browser hasn't really developed much since the 1990s. Back then, watching a video on the Web meant squinting at a postage stamp-sized low-res player with very jerky video.
Early Tuesday morning of last week, hundreds of cyclist and volunteers gathered outside of a hotel in Manassas, Va. to prepare for day two of the Ride 2 Recovery Memorial Challenge. The event is a six-day, 350 mile ride from The Tomb of the Unknown Soldier to Virginia Beach.
The challenge supports the physical and mental health of injured veterans through cycling, which is an activity that almost all patients with mental and physical disabilities can participate.
Quote from Wayne, Boynton Beach
This iToolkit has specific information to Florida but any government entity is welcome to use any of the resources provided. This iToolKit is provided to you based on experiences. Social Media/Networking sites are in a constant state of flux, so please continue to check back as information is updated.
What is Web 2.0?
Web 2.0 takes a static web site to the next level making the web site more interactive for information sharing, interoperability, collaboration, content syndication, and user-centered design. Social media/networking includes sites such as Facebook, Youtube, Twitter, wiki's and blogs. Social Media is just that – "Social".
After a hard day of jetsetting, shopping, clubbing and being fabulous, what could be better than a nice sit down with a hot cup of tea? Well, yes, an open bar and a bevy of well-oiled, scantily-clad cabana people might have a *slight* edge, but failing that, free wifi and a cozy place to relax are a close second. Especially during the long dreary winter months. Looking for a proper tea parlor? Hit the jump for six of our SF favorites.