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Best Top Popular — Recoded

I’m relaunching Best o’ Popular — it will be a mini network to enable people to liberate themselves from retard media. If you are interested in joining, please go ahead and stop by at Noob Logs to learn more about … Continue reading
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Is Google Right or Wrong?

Online advertising will never replace what was lost.
Oh, come on, Jay: Forget about the price tag!
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Google, Facebook, Whatever: The internet will route around mainstream / retard media

Great article at confusedofcalcutta.com: open source specifications are now a force to be reckoned with In my opinion, language is the quintessential open source technology (it’s actually hardware and software baked into one — whether that’s brain cells, tongues, voice … Continue reading
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An Internet of things must be a place of all of our things, not just Google’s things

Andrew Keen seems to think such things need to be regulated by bureaucrats. I beg to differ. My things are indexed at the TAGSEO index (another “search engine” ) — if you are ready to “move ahead” (beyond retard media) … Continue reading
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The Privishing Model

My friend Helena Mathey drew my attention to “Zeitungssterben: Meine (sprichwörtlichen) 5 Cent“, in which Richard Gutjahr argues that people need to remember the “customer is the king” (much more so than the often touted motto that “content is king”). … Continue reading
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Every Brand Name is an Echo Chamber — Brand Names are the Boxes (Echo Chambers) that the Wisdom of the Language Thinks Outside of

David Weinberger has a neat-o post about how he loves the dailykos.com (being a warm, fuzzy, comfortable echo chamber). I couldn’t care less about dailykos.com — because in my opinion “dailykos” is nothing more than a brand name… and when … Continue reading Continue reading

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GooTards believe they hear + see everything

If you, too, believe this, then please send me the following 2.63 billion results

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Why do most people feel their own opinions are worthless?

I have found that many people are willing to post their own opinions if — and only if: They can do so without paying a penny; They can do so without needing to learn how to spell or write coherent … Continue reading Continue reading

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Which is more complex: The IRS Federal Income Tax Code or the Google Algorithm?

I would say the Google Algorithm, because — unlike the IRS Federal Income Tax Code — the Google Algorithm is top secret. I would say it’s easier for a camel to step through the eye of a needle than for … Continue reading Continue reading

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Retard Media: Hubspot vs. Google

As luck would have it, on the one day that I check the New York Times, they have an article (actually it’s more of a classified advertisement, for so-called “SEO agencies”) about what I will from now on refer to … Continue reading Continue reading

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