That's it everyone. Nothing to see here. Move along now. The World Cup is over.
Thanks to @timrylands for pointing out this excellent World Cup web tool. If you're enjoying the World Cup, and the sound of those Vuvuzelas is music to your ears, then first of all "Are you mad?", but secondly you can now enhance your website to embrace the unique sound they make.
Here is a beautifully interactive way of showing how people have been using Twitter to report games within the World Cup. Click the link below to see the activity;
Many thanks to @timekord for mentioning this :)
The headline in the New York Post after the England - USA match did make me laugh when I saw it. I'm sorry though, there were a few mistakes within it, but hey it was football afterall - proper football - so you were always going to struggle understanding it.
This evening I witnessed at first hand the power and speed of Twitter through it's RT (retweet) function. It all came about during the World Cup match between England and the United States. The match was being shown on ITV, and shortly after kick off England scored.
Tomorrow afternoon the continent of Africa will explode into life as the 2010 World Cup kicks off in South Africa. As ever, I'll be watching each and every match throughout the tournament, but this year there is something different too that I shall be engaged with...
Imagine. You are studying a period of history. You've learnt lots about the topic. You have some clipart. You want to create a presentation to show what you have learnt.
Powerpoint? Looking dull. Animoto? Not enough images for a good effect. What could you use? How about some Augmented Reality...