Rocketboom sans Amanda Video
Amanda Congdon's surprise departure from the show has caused quite a buzz in the blogosphere. But the news also shined a spotlight on both the perils and potential of video blogging. Will v-blogging do to network television what blogging did to mainstream media? Join Charlie Cooper, Michelle Meyers, Jim Kerstetter and Daniel Terdiman as they debate all the angles in this week's edition of the CNET News.com Roundtable.
Did Amanda Congdon really get fired? And if so, where will she end up? And in other news, the Internets is confusing.
Rumor has it that 88Slide may be doing a deal with former Rocketboom hostess Amanda Congdon. During Vloggercon in San Francisco on June 10, 2006, CNET News.com talked with the creator of 88Slide, Noah Bonnett, about his vlog site.
The former Apple employee and current CEO of Garage Technology Ventures sits down with CNET News.com's Amanda Termen to discuss what it was like helping put Apple on the map.\r\n
CNET News.com's Amanda Termen was on hand for the official 'wire cutting' ceremony in Anaheim, California, on June 29. Hear from the mayor of Anaheim and EarthLink's CEO on the challenges they've faced so far, as well as the challenges yet to come.
CNET News.com's Amanda Termen was on hand for the official 'wire cutting' ceremony in Anaheim, Calif., on June 29. Hear from the mayor of Anaheim and EarthLink's CEO on the challenges they've faces so far, as well as the challenges yet to come.
CNET News.com's Amanda Termen spoke with some potential customers of the new city-wide Wi-Fi service made official in Anaheim, Calif., on June 29. Are they willing to completely trade in their old cable service?
Guy Kawasaki, a former Apple employee and current CEO of Garage Technology Ventures, further discusses Steve Jobs' role in putting the pieces back together, how Apple achieves its success, and what the future holds. CNET News.com's Amanda Termen reports.
Think: The Monkeys meets Spinal Tap, and you have summed up this short adaptation of rock band tetra'tum's exploits as they go on tour around the Home Counties of England ... well, a tour of 2 pubs actually! The contents are losely based on actual events! Yes! The band really are as daft as they are portrayed in the film!! The band are being interviewed by Spoof Rock TV reporter, Amanda, whilst on tour. So come with her now into the life and times of a 2-bit pub band and get an insight into what really goes on behind the scenes...