If anyone knows anything about the web, where its been and where its going, it's David Weinberger.?? As a co-author of the seminal Clue Train Manifesto, Weinberger gave a generation of web innovators a clue as to how the web would evolve. In Too Big To Know -?? Weinberger sets out to argue that the ...
I find it increasingly difficult to keep up with economically stupid proposals.
Commenting on central bank foolishness is a full time job in and of itself. Factor in unions, Keynesian and Monetarist clowns, and I hardly get any sleep. Economic nonsense in France, Spain, and elsewhere in Europe sends the situation over the top.
A couple days ago, I wrote a post complaining that Google Plus, rather than quickly turning into a viable Facebook alternative, feels like an echo chamber dominated by techies.
Well, echo chambers aren't always bad. A nice thing about them is the way a small, shrill noise like my rant can resonate into something deeper and more interesting.
A new icon for Facebook appeared for iPhone 6.1 users today and it's causing a lot of reaction on Twitter. We saw some 200 tweets about it in the past hour. The big change? Grid lines behind the "F." A lot of people are really slamming it.
Special K submits: Growth by acquisition stories can work well, but they are also notorious for running into difficulties. It pays to be wary of them because frequent, rapid acquisitions can lead to integration problems and acquisition accounting can distort the true underlying performance of the business.
Can I assume that you’ve heard about the recent case in Florida in which a woman was arrested for riding a manatee? When I heard about this incident my first thought was: “What kind of idiot tries to ride a manatee? Shouldn’t this lady have known better?”