The BBC has created a very nice interactive Approval Rating Tracker on their web site.
Together with the chart for one year or five years users can display details for key events. The charts are created with data from weekly and monthly opinion polls.
- HotSoup.com: Now live and cooking
- Screaming cell phones
- China: Censors open some access to Wikipedia (Access chart)
Much talked about social network site for political issues HotSoup has a few hours ago opened its gates and is now online. Created by …four Democratic strategists, three Internet entrepreneurs, two Republican strategists and one journalist… they are planning to bring together 80+ celebrity opinion leaders with grass roots opinion drivers (?consumers) to engage them [...]
UK based start-up company Remote XT has come up with a new solution to stop mobile phone theft. Currently, on average a mobile phone is stolen every 12 seconds in the UK. The service offered includes software available for most GPRS handsets that can connect to the Internet. It does not work with Blackberries. When [...]
After having blocked access to the online encyclopedia Wikipedia for almost a year completely, China has now started to open up some parts of it. With the help of bloggers and Wikipedians across China Andrew Lih has created a chart of Wikipedia reachability from within China. The English language version (en.wp) is now widely accessible [...]