Midweek Mierda: Low-hanging HD Edition

Buckeye CommentarySenior Analyst IAugust 27, 2009
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We’ll keep it brief this week.

Blogpoll official: The Blogpoll was submitted and finalized this morning. Because the Buckeye Commentary ballot had been previously posted, you will be spared a repeat of the gory details and receive the link. If you want to see the Blogpoll in all its glory, head over to CBS Sports and take a whiff.

A.J. Trapasso loves the spotlight: What has gotten into our former eight-year punter? He can't stay out of the spotlight.

First, he is pulling fancy shenanigans in the opening game of the NFL season. Now, he is attempting to damage the world’s largest HD thingamajig (pictured above). Not bad for preseason’s work.

Click here to view the embedded video.

And now for something completely (insert adjective here): The MIT Media Lab has done it again.  If you don’t believe me, go here and put your name in the box. Just do it. It’s very cool.

Without going into detail, this latest project, Personas, is a program that takes a name and searches the web for some context around it. It then takes the words and sites it finds to build a profile of that person’s presence on the web.

I could not help myself and immediately started typing in Ohio State names.

Below is Terrelle Pryor’s online persona. Who knew he was so into medicine. And, what's that business about an accident on the right end?

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