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Mediasnackers age: an unsnacked observation

November 7, 2007

“It’s time to acknowledge that in a truly multimedia environment of 2025, most Americans don’t need to understand more than a hundred or so words at a time, and certainly will never read anything approaching the length of an old-fashioned book. We need a frank reassessment of where long-form literacy itself lies in the spectrum […]

Cutting-edge mass media manipulation device

September 2, 2007

I live in Israel, far away from the great united states of America. Thus I only had the privilege of seeing the Miss Teen USA South Carolina 2007 with Subtitles clip thanks to Cooper. Wonderland or Not is one of the most intelligent appealing and always surprising personal blogs I have ever seen. Cooper is […]

Compete.com: toolbar is only one of many information sources

August 28, 2007

Is my blogging getting hotter or what? Following my post Alexa get is wrong: switching to Compete, and after getting quoted on ZDNet’s Googling Google, Andy Kazeniac from compete.com just posted this comment telling me how they love stories like my in Compete (i bet they do :)) but also added this important addition about […]

Harmonica

August 2, 2007

An anonymous user which later on signed as Benjamin posted this comment to my From Sam Spade to Harry Callahan: toughest movie characters of all times article claiming Charles Bronson in Once upon a time in the west should have been be considered, too, as a “really tough” being an “(anti-)hero”. He also added the […]

Why do people play games online?

August 1, 2007

Why do people play games online? Staffan Schröder started this interesting thread on ixda.org* looking for any research in the field of why people play games or gamble online welcoming any pointers in the right direction. A visitor named Dan Brown suggested that being the Casual Gaming a growing area of gaming involving puzzles, logic […]

Who Comments on Blogs, and Why?

July 19, 2007

Stephen J. Dubner from freakonomics.com published this discussion trigger post about the million dollar question that bothers most bloggers: who comments on blogs and why? On the freakonomics.com blog, according to Dubner, 40 or 50 comments on a certain post are considered “quite a bit” even though this is a very popular blog with “many […]