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Blogging Super Bowl XLI

SuperBlogSuper Bowl XLI is already underway. The Bears picked up a quick touchdown by returning the opening kick-off for a touchdown but Colts fought back and have a 16-14 lead at half-time. The rain is already causing problems in the game with three early fumbles. Here are some Super Bowl highlights from bloggers.

  • The official blog from the official Super Bowl website is called the Superblog.
  • Macrumors reports on a possible digital deal for Apple and the Beatles.
  • Keeping the Castle describes Martha Stewart's super snacks.
  • Adweek and its daily blog, AdFreak, have launched a blog devoted exclusively to the Super Bowl called Superadfreak.com.
  • Jessica Simpson has more ads coming with Cheesy Bites pizza from Pizza Hut. You probably remember this one from 2006.
  • The NFL doesn't want a church to broadcast the Super Bowl on a 60-inch plasma screen. Wired Listening Post says the NFL doesn't want anyone to run the game on TV's larger than 55 inches.
  • The Colts have a widget.
  • After the game YouTube is doing something with the Super Bowl commercials called SuperVote. The page won't be up until after the game.
  • Bumpshack.com says don't forget to watch Lingerie Bowl IV.
  • A post on the Windy City Gridiron Bears blog shows the Colts as a wimpy Pretty Pony toy.
  • Dan Marino talks about the challenge facing Colts QB Peyton Manning.
  • As you might suspect security on the game will be intense.
  • Prince does not pee without a security perimeter.
  • Kevin Federline is sorry for this commercial that was supposed to be a Super Bowl ad.
  • Ad Freak reports that one diehard Bears fan Jennifer Gordon "will be advertising an online auctioning company on her bare, eight-months-pregnant belly at the Super Bowl."
  • This year you don't even have to watch the game to see the commercials. A lot of the commercials are already on YouTube.
  • The Super Bowl stadium website was hacked and malicious code was placed on the website.
  • A TechCrunch post has several video ads from companies that could not get in the Super Bowl including Meebo, Meez, Multiply, Plaxo, RockYou and Technorati.

    Here are some direct links to Bears, Colts and Super Bowl blogs where you can find ongoing coverage about the game.

    Bears Blogs
  • Da' Bears Blog
  • Mega Bears
  • Windy City Gridiron
  • MVN Bears Blog
  • Bears Locker
  • Chicago Bears History Blog
  • The FanHouse: Chicago Bears Blog

    Indianapolis Colts
  • Colts Couch Crew
  • FanHouse: Colts Blog
  • Colts.com Colts Blog
  • Stampede Blue
  • Greg Fallon's Colts Blog
  • Colts Locker

    Blogs
  • Superblog
  • Gregg Doyel's Super Bowl Special
  • Peter Schrager's Super Bowl Blog
  • Sports Scope
  • Globe and Mail: Super Bowl Blog
  • Detroit News Superbowl Blog
  • Fanhouse: Super Bowl Live Blog
  • What's Goin On?
  • The Bear Cave

    Super Bowl Ads
  • Adfreak
  • AdJab
  • Adland
  • AdPulp
  • AdRants
  • Ads of the World
  • Superbowl-Ads.com
  • Superadfreak.com


  • Posted on February 4, 2007











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