We’re excited to announce that we will be providing our customers with 2012 London Summer Olympics online widgets. A widget (or control) is an element of a graphical user interface (GUI) that displays an information arrangement changeable by the user, such as a window or a text box. This new interactive tool has been added to the jamadots.com community website so that we can now deliver you even greater and more in-depth Olympics coverage that is available on-demand and on your terms.
The Olympics is such an important sporting event, that is watched by so many people throughout the world, for so many different reasons, that we believed an enhancement of this magnitude would be a terrific addition to the jamadots.com website. This will allow you to watch, track and interact with the 2012 Games in a new and personally relevant way that offers greater flexibility and customization which molds to your lifestyle and individual preferences.
We invite you to check out the new widget by clicking on any of the multiple links to be found on the jamadots.com community website. Just look for the word 2012 London Summer Olympics. Try the widget out today to see qualifying rounds and to get involved in the Countdown to the 2012 London Summer Olympic Games which officially begin this July27th.
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We’ve got exciting news and want you to be among the first to know!
On July 4th, we will be streaming video of the events taking place in Bayshore Park and Munising’s impressive fireworks, as they launch from Bayshore Marina and explode high overhead.
If you have friends or family that are unable to attend Munising’s famous Independence Day activities, this is the perfect way to say “hello”. Just ring up your friends via telephone, email, text, etc. Look into the camera, smile, and finish with a wave. The events camera is located on the west end of the food pavilion, near the area where the sidewalks converge. Just look for the jamadots.com Live, Streaming 4th of July webcam banner. (The fireworks camera is set to accomodate the high exploding fireworks and is pointing over Munising Bay.)
To view the live video simply go to www.jamadots.com and click on the main banner. You will be redirected to the jamadots.com 4th of July webcam page where you will be able to view the live, streaming video.
We’re excited to be able to provide this video, made possible by our jamadots.com high-speed internet.
We hope that you, your friends, and family will have tremendous fun watching the festivities on the 4th of July webcams.
Happy 4th of July!
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