Tag Archives: Social Networking

It’s A Small World

Social media has made the world a very tiny place. It’s why I have a good laugh anytime some scandal breaks because some “not so intelligent” person put pictures or words out into the world with the ridiculous notion they would remain a secret. I mean seriously people it is time to catch up. This […]

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How I Pissed Off John Cusack

> In 8th grade I was voted by my class most likely to grow up and annoy the shit out of someone. I won this distinction by turning my classroom into my own personal stage. I admit I took glee in driving my teacher into fits of head pounding rage. I didn’t care, woman hit […]

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Amanda Palmer So Close You Can Touch Her

I had a plan for today’s blog, really I did. When I finished up yesterday’s I was armed with several points I still wanted to make. I then spent the rest of the night reading blogs, articles, and talking to people. This caused an immediate implosion of the original blog in my head. I bled […]

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Gawker Says Own It (Vanity Fair Part 2)

The Vanity Fair article by Vanessa Grigoriadis appears to have struck a good size nerve. People on Twitter, the people interviewed, the writer, bloggers. It has bored a hole into our heads and left us bleeding out. I am not going to lie, the article’s content made me mad. Like I said in the last […]

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Snark Fail Vanity Fair Style

Vanity Fair today posted an article about Twitter, in particular Six intelligent Twitter women. The name of the article was America’s Tweethearts. Really Tweethearts? I should have stopped right there and banged my head into the wall (which thanks to this article I know uses 150 calories per hour). The article has created a little […]

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Twitter Crash (It was Wil Wheaton’s Fault)

> Today Twitter went down for a very long time. Shockingly the world did not come to an end. To the utter amazement of all, the world economy had a 10% bump as people actually did their jobs. In an alarming display of callousness people decided to go outside and step away from their keyboards. […]

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