• Nick Bradbury and his son, Isaac, were in a car accident – a hit-and-run, no less – on Monday night, and both are okay. Our best wishes for the both of them from here at OTD, and we’re glad that all is well. I’m guessing you know your kid is okay after a car accident when he’s “elated” that he gets to not go to school for the day. And for those of you who notice these things, note that Nick states “(I’m glad I bought a Volvo)” in his blog entry.
  • Jeremy Pepper weighs in a little bit on the Edelman – Wal-Marting kerfluffle. My concern here is how long it took to get the “facts” on the situation.
  • Chris points out this item from Tuesday’s Los Angeles Times, where Patrick Goldstein discusses how people go to YouTube for a replay of just about everything. I can’t say I’m in disagreement.
  • The Arizona Republic is running some new blogs
  • The ever-fantastic eHub leads us to Quotiki, the quote search engine.
  • News.com’s Elinor Mills writes about how Google – YouTube might look, feel, and work.
  • Jason Calacanis [disclaimer: I do some work for both the Weblogs, Inc. and Netscape brands] is talking about the pain in the backside that iTunes is. And it is.
  • Over at the Google Talk blog, talkabout, Lewis Lin is asking how you use Google Talk.