LOTD: 6/18/07

  • Mashable’s Pete Cashmore has some thoughts on the deal to bring FOX video clips online via Brightcove. (TB)
  • In the San Francisco Chronicle, there’s an item about what could amount to an iffy situation with Comcast phone customers, who thought they could stick to a cheaper plan, but are now being notified that “pending regulatory approval” that this would probably change. Considering people’s annoyance with “unlimited” bandwidth advertisements and how that has cropped up from time to time, this could also start a fire under some unsatisfied customers. [via TechMeme] (TB)
  • A new lawsuit could decide whether or not anonymous, libelous statements are allowed online. (CT)
  • YouTube is warning people who might use its new mobile service frequently to biggie-size their service plans since the bandwidth requirements are sizable. (CT)
  • Neville Hobson alerts us to new corporate blogs from GlaxoSmithKline and Johnson & Johnson. (CT)
  • Neville’s FIR co-host Shel Holtz says the companion website for the podcasting book the pair have written is now live. (CT)
  • This kills me. (CT)
  • Speaking of Shel and Neville, the two are stepping back from their day-to-day roles at the crayon agency, but Digitas’ Greg Verdino is coming onboard. (CT)

By Chris Thilk

Chris Thilk is a freelance writer and content strategist with over 15 years of experience in online strategy and content marketing. He lives in the Chicago suburbs.