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but obscenity-laced songs about gold digging exes are forever. If there is any justice, a choir of Finnish people should sing Ceelo Green's F**k You every day at high noon, while children jump and play Finnish hula hoop.
Wired editor-in-chief Chris Anderson made the claim last week that the web is dead . Since then, a number of leading experts have weighed in against his thesis and had some rather damning things to say. Most notably, Rob Beschizza at Boing Boing
The site automatically generates social media strategies, chock full of buzzwords, with a click...It's a snarky promotion for a marketer, who is poking fun at social media strategies larded with jargon...But the buzzword generator is probably just
Facebook infographic, internet infographic All this and much more in today's Technology newsbucket The Royal Society is launching a study because: "It is believed that design and delivery of ICT and computer science curricula in schools is so poor
In our 24/7, win-the-morning media world, there is something faintly charming about the way in which the end of summer still brings about grand declarations and September magazine hype. In an introduction to their latest issue, the editors at The
Lots of folks seem to be talking about the latest linkbait Wired story claiming that the web is dead , based on this graphic (built off of Cisco data): Of course, anyone even remotely familiar with basic statistics will note that the % of traffic is
Critics turn on Ridding for arguing the moral case for paywalls There has been something of a backlash against the Financial Times 's chief executive, John Ridding , over the interview he gave me a week or so ago . It was the one in which he made out
We've seen quite a few, and previously recommended that you develop a set of your favorites to use as a resource to run your business. Our list continues to grow and we have added a few recently in the areas of politics, economics, popular culture
I decided to give it a try using this very post (how very meta of me, I know). Results below: Apparently I write like Boing Boing editor Cory Doctorow . Not sure exactly what algorithm this site uses, but I'm guessing that there are general tip-offs
The surmised reason was to stop him from his tendency to label as quackery herbal cures, earthquake predictions based on things like ringing of the ears, and widespread fakery of data and padding of resumes among scientists who publish in the nation'