January 08, 2007
CliveJames.com — 'When this website took to the air... in 2004, it was the first personal multimedia extravaganza of its type anywhere in the world'
I'm not taking issue with that claim: I mean, I also went live in 2004 but I sure wasn't offering — nor am I today — anything approaching multimedia.
Though I know where they have stuff like that.
But I digress.
The Wall Street Journal described him as a "British critic and polymath."
I'm not arguing about that either.
I like CliveJames.com: No ads, and four icons at the upper left which take you to what they say: Text, Audio, Gallery and Video.
James has put most of his wood behind the Video arrow, as you'll find if you noodle around a bit.
January 8, 2007 at 02:01 PM | Permalink
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Oh, well done, WSJ. James has lived in the UK since 1961, but he remains very audibly Australian.
The true nationality of long-term expatriates is, of course, seldom clear, but if you ask anybody (who has heard of James) in Britain whether he's British, you'll get a funny look, and possibly a question about whether you fell on your head as a child.
(Find more rambling on this subject here.)
I wonder where the WSJ think AC/DC are from?
Posted by: Daniel Rutter | Jan 8, 2007 11:48:08 PM
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