Wednesday, November 18, 2009

New Features including Video options


The level of discourse is really quite stellar and as a result we're happy to announce a bunch of new updated features.
Want to share your favorite story such as "The Pupie Maneuver" or a Horse Sense editorial?  You can link, login, bookmark and email posts any number of different ways including Delicious, Digg, Facebook, Twitter, and over 100 more social bookmarking and sharing sites. You can also do the same for comments.  Spell check is now built in and smileys are also added at no additional cost.
We've had some very well researched and insightful links posted. Those too are easier to post and available for easy linking.
You can even post youtube videos within your own comment!  Not good enough.  How about posting your own video comment.  Looks like that software feature is going live shortly too.  Click under post comment and you have an option to post a video comment.  Enjoy.  We now return you to your regular scheduled programming.  Okay let's see what political talking head is going to be the bravest first!


How about the mayor?!  Or a Director?  Or hey at least a Public Information Officer.  

Things that make you go HUH?


Here's another clip from a former familiar councilman submitted by resident scholar, estevens on all matters good government: the Wile E Coyote himself - Eric Kurta. 


Sit back and enjoy the legend in his own mind, former Councilman and mayor Peter Cammarano play to the hospital employee stacked crowd.  He praises the hospital administration and decries criticism of its management.  This video is dated from just June 12 of last year.  Hard to believe ain't it?


Hat tip: Eric Kurta.  Respeck!
Talking Ed Note:  the next meeting on HUH, the Hoboken University Hospital re: medical center will be next Tuesday onsite of the impending demolition. (Call us cynical but give it a year before you declare us wrong.)  We'll update you as we get more details and yes, there's more on this coming.  But not before "Grist for the Mill."