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|*[http://www.guardian.co.uk/theguide/internet/0,,1240822,00.html "The Guide: Internet: The Show"] by Johnny Dee, ''The Guardian'' UK, July 1, 2006||*[http://www.guardian.co.uk/theguide/internet/0,,1240822,00.html "The Guide: Internet: The Show"] by Johnny Dee, ''The Guardian'' UK, July 1, 2006|
|-||:"Frank's latest ruse is The Show - a daily video in which our hero addresses viewers as "Sports Racers" and comes across as a grumpy, bug-eyed Max Headroom offering his thoughts on President Bush, airlines and occasionally "duckies"."||+||:"Frank's latest ruse is The Show - a daily video in which our hero addresses viewers as 'Sports Racers' and comes across as a grumpy, bug-eyed Max Headroom offering his thoughts on President Bush, airlines and occasionally duckies".|
|*[http://blogs.wbur.org/arts/?p=356 "Net Neutrality and the Arts"] by Adrienne LaFrance, ''NPR Boston'', June 26th, 2006.||*[http://blogs.wbur.org/arts/?p=356 "Net Neutrality and the Arts"] by Adrienne LaFrance, ''NPR Boston'', June 26th, 2006.|
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|'''* More press [http://www.zefrank.com/smallpress/index.html here]... help bring it over please'''||'''* More press [http://www.zefrank.com/smallpress/index.html here]... help bring it over please'''|
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- "The Guide: Internet: The Show" by Johnny Dee, The Guardian UK, July 1, 2006
- "Frank's latest ruse is The Show - a daily video in which our hero addresses viewers as 'Sports Racers' and comes across as a grumpy, bug-eyed Max Headroom offering his thoughts on President Bush, airlines and occasionally duckies".
- "Net Neutrality and the Arts" by Adrienne LaFrance, NPR Boston, June 26th, 2006.
- "Consider the story of Hosea Frank, a 'little guy' who has become a big player online thanks to the internet (my prediction: it’s only a matter of time before he’s a household name in entertainment across the board)."
- "The world is my sandwich" by Chris Nuttall, Financial Times, June 21, 2006.
- "Have you seen the recipe for an earth sandwich?"
- "the show with zefrank" by Mark Frauenfelder, boingboing.net, June 21, 2006.
- "I'm addicted to ze frank... Today, ze talks about a useless form letter he received from Delta after his flight was canceled and he asked for a refund. Pure vlogcast gold." (more boingboing.net articles...)
- "Earth Sandwich" slashdot.org, June 19, 2006.
- "If you haven't seen Ze Frank's hilarious videoblog, it's worth checking out."
- "And You're So Funny? Write My Script" by Warren St John, The New York Times, June 18, 2006.
- "Ze Frank thought that farming out his script would provide some answers. Which explains why at 11 a.m. on June 9 he was sitting before a video camera with freshly dyed red hair, wearing a fake mustache, puffing a fake pipe and stroking a stuffed cat, sitting in an armchair next to a globe, a rubber duck, two pieces of white bread and a framed portrait of Clarence Thomas, the Supreme Court justice — an absurd array of props mandated by the script."
- "Online Collaborative Comedy" video with Warren St John, The New York Times, June 17, 2006.
- "Dig a Hole to China? Try a Sandwich Instead" by Robert Krulwich, National Public Radio, June 17, 2006.
- "To inspire his audience, Ze composed a ballad, 'If the Earth were a sandwich...' It's hummable. Beautiful even. So for the last few weeks, all over the world people have been rushing about, emailing, texting and trekking in an effort to arrange a simultaneous sandwich moment. This past week, apparently, it happened."
- "the show with zefrank" Yahoo Picks, June 16, 2006.
- "The unshaven, deep-voiced, and scatologically inclined raconteur free-associates on whatever random thoughts trespass his unhinged consciousness... you should check Ze Frank out. And soon."
- "Google Current: ZeFrank" video by Kinga Philipps, Google Current, June 5, 2006.
- "Stalkerish love taps add soap-operatic spice to the vlog scene" by Julian Dibbell, The Village Voice, May 9, 2006.
- "'Fantasizing aside?' says vlogger genius Ze Frank in a recent installment of his daily three-minute webcast The Show, answering a viewer's question as to what exactly motivates this frenetic exercise in freestyle news commentary, political snarl, and raggedly personal hilarity. 'A side of what? Bacon?'"
- "The Show With Ze Frank ★" by John Gruber, DaringFireball.net, April 25, 2006.
- "It's like a three- or four-minute-long concentrated, faster-cut, and more sarcastic version of The Daily Show. Absolutely fantastic. The archives go back about a month; I'm rationing them out at just a few a day. I predict this is going to make Ze Frank famous."
- "Ze Frank Interview: Live The Rest Of Your Life Like A Potato" by Mark Busse, Industrial Brand Creative, March 16, 2006
- "Many would argue with me as to whether I am a blogger or not. I'm still just doing it for the kids. I'm not really interested in monetizing that kind of thing. What I'm looking to do is explore short format content in some kind of episodic way."
- "Valentine's Day" video by Kinga Philipps, Google Current, February 14, 2006.
- "50 Coolest Websites 2005" by Maryanne Murray Buechner, Time Magazine, December 24, 2005.
- "The link was passed around like a virus you wanted to catch; within days millions had logged on, and a Web star was born. Today, Ze's page hosts a huge collection of interactive toys and games, comedic writings and humorous video monologues."
- "The Weekly Pic" by Jason Wishnow, nerve.com, July 11, 2005.
- "If only I had discovered Ze Frank years ago, I might have handled certain difficult dating situations better."
- "Ze Frank, Mario Opera, User Created", G4TV, aired June 25, 2005.
- "The site is chock full of funny videos, games, interactive toys, and various readings."
- "Reconsidering Net Scams" by David Pogue, The New York Times, November 18, 2004.
- "It's nothing more than a guy reading the Nigerian scam letter out loud--but as a piece of QuickTime performance art, it's weird and hilarious."
- "The Guide: Internet: Ze Frank" by Johnny Dee, The Guardian UK, July 31, 2004.
- "Three years ago a 32-year old former art director from New York decided to illustrate an online party invite with some videos of himself doing a selection of daft dance moves."
- "The Art of Googlebombing" Discover Magazine, May 2004.
- "During a performance at the Technology, Entertainment, and Design Conference in Monterey, California he interrupted his presentation. Feigning uncertainty about where his talk was headed, Frank announced that he would ask Google what he should say next. He typed in the query and like a ventriloquist's dummy, Google delivered up as its top result the first sentence of Frank's next presentation slide."
- "Web watch: Name dance" by Jack Schofield, The Guardian UK, March 20, 2003
- "If you enjoyed Josea "Ze" Frank's colourful kaleidoscope, then you should be tempted to see what he can do with your name: just type it into lp1."
- "Web watch: Flash toy" by Jack Schofield, The Guardian UK, February 13, 2003
- "Kaleidoscopes are great fun but the results are random. You can be a bit more creative with a web-based Shockwave Flash version, adding a range of dots, lines, squares and simple shapes for effect. The kaleidoscope is the work of freelance artist Hosea "Ze" Frank, whose site offers lots of great things. Last year, he won a Webby Award for the best personal site, by popular vote."
* More press here... help bring it over please