October 7th, 2008 at 01:54 by in Announcements, Polemics
So are we! In an effort to help everyone be as informed as possible, we’ve teamed up with the Commission for Political Debates and MyDebates.org. Starting RIGHT NOW, you can go to Revision3 Election 2008 page to learn about the biggest issues affecting this election and where each candidate stands.
Additionally, you will enjoy a live stream of the remaining presidential debates and clips from previous debates. Plenty of other materials are available, including voter registration info and a breakdown of how your opinions compare to others across your state and the nation.
Everyone at Revision3 is super energized by these elections and we want to make sure you, your family and friends are up to pace, too. Check out all the Election 2008 material right here on Revision3 and make sure to vote on November 4th!
September 18th, 2008 at 10:04 by in Polemics
The tech scene in New York has a long history of success centered in and around “Silicon Alley.” Silicon Alley Insider has put together a list of the top influencer’s in the scene in New York and Revision3 is proud to have several of our friends and associates in the list of some of New York’s big movers and shakers.
We here are Revision3 are all self confessed fans of Gary Vaynerchuk “Vayniacs” as his fans are affectionately known. Host of Wine Library TV and Wine Library Reserve, Gary gained the title of “The Internet’s Most Passionate Wine Program”. Revision3′s ecstatic to hear Gary has been placed amongst the finest influencer’s in the industry and we’re here to support him, so please give him a vote and help spread the wine gospel.
Vote for Gary at Silicon Alley Top 100 List Here.
Be sure to tune into Wine Library TV and Wine Library Reserve here on Revision3.
While our long time friend Michael Lewis, organizer of the wildly successful and fun Diggnation/Revision3 Meet Up in New York City has been nominated for Silicon Alley Top 100 List. This list represents New York’s Top 100 most influential digital business executives. Help Micheal spread the word about Revision3 and the shows we create by sending him some love and voting for him in the Top 100 list.
Vote for Michael at Silicon Alley Top 100 List Here.
Join the Revision3 NYC Meet Up Here.
August 18th, 2008 at 10:44 by Ron Richards in Polemics
TV Week has got a great breakdown of several of the Internet Television networks out on the web including Revision3. We love what we do here at Revision3 and it’s amazing to see other networks out there helping to spread the good word about Internet Television. They say the “Revolution will be Televised” and it really is folks, except that now, the Revolution will be Downloaded (or streamed). There is also a poll on the article asking readers who they think will be the next big television studio, so be sure to vote for your favorite *cough* Revision3 *cough*.
And let’s not forget that TV Week refers to our own Martin Sargent as “the greatest comedic talent on the Web” which is a fact we’ve known for quite a long time!
July 18th, 2008 at 09:58 by Ron Richards in Polemics
As the summer movie season heats up, iFanboy has been talking to many radio stations and newspapers about the recent surge in movies based on comic books. One of the more recent appearances is up on the web for you to listen to. Josh Flanagan appeared on Newsweek On Air on the July 13th episode and discussed the comic book movies phenomenon with David Ansen, a NEWSWEEK Film Critic. Head over to Newsweek to hear the interview/discussion! If you can’t find the episode, it should be in the archive.
To hear more interviews and appearances, check out the full list of appearances with links to the various shows.
- Ron Richards
July 10th, 2008 at 02:43 by Ron Richards in Polemics
The great thing about the Revision3 community is the enjoyment we all get out of our shows and sharing and experiencing some of the cool things that people have created based on our shows. The latest example comes from MrPowers and the creation of Diggnation Sound Boards. MrPowers has created two very cool sounds boards featuring Kevin Rose and Alex Albrecht.
By taking audio from episodes of Diggnation and putting them into a nifty flash application, you can now have Kevin and Alex say whatever you choose. David Prager and myself have already spent way too much time playing with this and laughing at the results, so we thought everyone else would enjoy it too. Warning though, some of the content is not for minors or for the workplace, so be sure to have your headphones plugged in, or turn the sound down.