What are these “usage restrictions” they’re talking about? I’ve never seen this before on any video on MSNBC.com
What are 'usage restrictions'?
Is this going to be a new thing now? Whenever there’s any news of China and Tibet, China squeezes the U.S. media’s cojones to not spill the beans?
This isn’t Photoshop. As of this morning (6:17AM), this video link from the Google search for “Are we seeing a Tibetan Spring” is showing this screen (after the ad).
Funny thing is that the link to the page is also on the MSNBC.com website when you search for “Tibet” (Posted March 23, 2012).
Forgot to post the bottom part of that video page. I guess this is why the’re really worried.
I guess Lindsey Hilsum did too well a job.
OK, the video now loads up. Don’t know what that was all about at first. In case you want to download the video yourself, and you’re using Firefox, follow these instructions. Or if it has already disappeared, email me and I’ll send you the video.
I was just visiting the msnbc web site and I couldn’t understand why a simple menu like the one used on the top navigation bar would be so “glitchy” and slow. It’s the same in Mozilla and IE7. As If big portals aren’t already bloated and full of junk markup, it seems the simpler the outward layout “appears” the more complex it is on the HTML end.
I mean, I understand they have to make it all fancy with dropshadows and other stuff, but does it have to be so elaborate code-wise?
To prove once again that a bad experience is the root of motivation, I decided to put together a menu similar in function (if not form) to the msnbc menus. I didn’t try to duplicate the whole thing exactly for obvious copyright issues, but I think it gets the point across. If something can be done simpler, it should be.
Granted mine isn’t as fancy, but at least it’s a lot faster. It hasn’t been styled that much either (the whole thing took about 10 minutes so sue me).