Last year, I wrote about a cool Flash application that allowed fans to create their own Southpark characters. The tool is in its second iteration, so here’s my “Take 2” as well … I’m using it as my avatar on my faculty website. Obviously feeling more feminine this fall!
How might Web 2.0 technologies affect the design and function of entertainment websites? Ethan Kaplan says he has a “no SWF” icon (circle with slash) on the whiteboard in his office at Warner Brothers Records. He showcased the website for HeadAutomatica : its foundation is user-tagged content (it supports folksonomies for text and images) combined […]
JD Lasica points us to this great German site where you can create your own Southpark likeness. His post suggests the site had been taken down – but it’s back up today. :) I concur with his assessment: there is no harm here and a lot of viral marketing potential. Southpark -> take note of […]