Posts from the ‘Internet’ category

Thinking About Twitter, Influence and Too Much Signal

I tried to write this post a couple of times, but faltered. So, I figured I’d try to articulate myself using video. The result, I’m afraid,…

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My (Probably Lousy) Idea Du Jour: A Site For Streamlining Interviews

Over at Capulet, we do a fair bit of business writing. It’s mostly for our technology clients, and usually white papers, web content and so forth.…

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First Comment (and Spelling) Fail

I followed a link from Beth’s blog to The Stranger’s site (somewhat unsafe for work), where Dan Savage is soliciting new definitions for the term ‘saddleback’.…

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Does Social Media Survive Its Creator?

Earlier this week, I read Mathew’s blog post pointing to Ethan’s piece about the far-too-soon death of Mark Hoekstra. Ethan writes: The thing about Mark’s death:…

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The Dirty World of Song Lyrics Sites

If you’ve ever googled song lyrics, then you know what Doc Searls is talking about: Click on the top results and you’ll find that every one…

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Regional Outages in the Intarweb

What do I miss most from Vancouver? One thing is the super high-speed, reliable web access. Here in Morocco, the Internet access has been dependable, but…

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How Meta is LOL Tapirs?

If you’ve been alive and on the web over the last year, you’ve probably discovered the joy and weirdness of LOL Cats (Anil had a good…

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The Lesser of Two Evils: Shaw or Telus in Victoria?

UPDATE: After some confusion (see the comments), I’ve established that the cable provider is in fact Shaw, not Rogers, in Victoria. I’ve adjusted this post accordingly.…

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