Social Networks Are Making Us Lonely – JacksGap.
When Steve Jobs isn’t happy, he really isn’t happy | Technically Incorrect – CNET News. This article uses the word “reportedly” far too many times (twice in the excerpt below, alone). Considering it’s not really even a real article, just an amusing anecdote from another article with some bland commentary, it makes me seriously… Continue reading When Steve Jobs isn’t happy, he really isn’t happy
I’m not the type of person who likes to commemorate or memorialize the occasion of a day like Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. For the most part, my observation of any holiday is whether I choose to take the day off and (at least since my son’s been in school) influenced by whether G has… Continue reading MLK
I just finished reading Nicholas Carr‘s The Big Switch in anticipation of getting a copy of his new book The Shallows. This troubling excerpt towards the end of the book hints at where he takes The Shallows and gives a less-than-utopian view of our dependency on all things web-related: The printed page, the dominant information medium of the… Continue reading vision of the future
Okay I admit it. I have been reading too many steampunk novels recently because this is what spilled out of my subconcious when I sat down to create a new wallpaper. Clockwork, ancient tomes filled with long lost technology, a mixture of organic a…
the other day i tweeted about a recent acquisition. i found a computer lying in the street in the universal, “take this, it’s free” position. i had little doubt that was actually the intent because the moisture underneath the pc case told me it had probably been out overnight. i took it home figuring it looked… Continue reading technology so cheap, it’s disposable