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News Corpse is an Internet publisher of media analysis and criticism, as well as a gallery of socially-engaged art. In addition, we produce original artwork for online and print, Flash movies for the Internet and stand-alone presentations, web sites, widgets (like this one), and more.
I created the Sarah Palin Watch widget to record the elapsed time from her entry into the race, until she agrees to answer questions in a fair, independent, national media forum. There is simply no other way to assess the ability of the GOP’s new rock star to perform the job she now seeks. A candid give and take with probing journalists reveals more of a candidates knowledge and insight than a speech that was probably prepared by aides. The job she wants is far too important to give to an unknown quantity who arrogantly declines to open herself up to the people she would serve.
The widget is easy to install on your blog, web site, or social network page. Just click the “Get & Share” button at the bottom of the widget and select a service from those displayed. Or you can select “Embed” to get the code to paste onto your page. That’s it!
This widget is offered free of charge to anyone who wishes to use it. If you like this widget, you can get one made custom for your own business, web site or blog. For that there is normally an exorbitant fee that will likely send you spiraling into bankruptcy and despair. But, if you act now, the exorbitant fee will be slashed to a much more reasonable amount that will allow me to enjoy a nutritious lunch and perhaps a decaf latte.
Technology like this can enhance your ability to disseminate important messages to the many corners of the InterTubesâ„¢. Given the competitiveness of modern markets, we all need to explore new ways to multiply our voices, and the creative use of widgets is one way to do that.
Widgets can be used for a wide variety of purposes – from advertising and promotion, to information distribution and announcements, to artistic projects and displays. Be creative!
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