Facebook runs on a very stiff, crude model of what people are like. It herds...– Lev Grossman’s profile on Mark Zuckerberg for Time buzzandersen: I think this is the best analysis of Facebook I’ve ever read. “The social equivalent of liver failure” is a genius phrase. (via synmirror)
Small Businesses Turn to Social Before Search
nosweatsocial: Read the full article on eMarketer here. Job security.
They’re fucking gross, man. Look, I love beautiful girls too. I think everyone...– Amy Poehler on American Apparel (via mollylambert) THIS. (via justforthehalibut) I love Amy Poehler
New Company Promises to Give You a Pretend... →
mariavrp: Ok, this is very very sad. The new “my girlfriend/boyfriend lives in another state, I met him/her at camp” routine.
How Mashable Won →
mashable: Nicholas Carlson of Business Insider attributes Mashable’s growth and success in part to our Twitter links having evergreen value: In part, because unlike most media, which may produce bigger news stories for more immediate pop, Mashable writes news stories and stories that live for 200 days or longer on Twitter. We imagine that many of these stories are helpful social media...
The Last Supper was a significant event in the life of our Lord. The Penultimate...– the Pope, on Christian Theology (Monty Python)
I work for a marketing agency that specializes in social, search, and email marketing. Every month we “immerse” ourselves in one area of social media, and this month we are doing Twitter. Most of us already had accounts, but the point is to fully understand and utilize all the ways we handle or could handle Twitter accounts for our clients.
culby replied to your post: Twitter @mattculby says I’m more unoriginal than you. I’m already following you! :)
We are doing a Twitter immersion thing for work, and I’ve been slow to really get involved. If you tweet and want another follower, please reply with your username so I can follow you. If you feel like getting random and infrequent tweets with no purpose, mine is: @megancough (real creative name right?)
Parks & Rec kills me.
Tom: What do Jay-Z, Little Wayne & Drake all have in common?
Jerry: Oh, I know this one. They are all rappISTS.
Tom: Ohmygod. Their rapERS, Jerry.
I love this, except that you wrote rapers instead of rappers. But it's cool.
Tom's campsite of shit from SkyMall made me lol so...
zeriously: Also DJ ROOMBA!!!!! I was just Tivo-ing Cake Wars!
fuckyeahawesomehouses: I enjoy a simple, uncluttered space, but this is ridic. The person that lives in this home has no joy in their lives. And hates other people.
Did you know...
mariposima: .. that the word “gnome” is an acronym? Guarding Naturally Over Mother Earth The things you learn on Bargain Hunt! I like gnomes.
Woah. Sorry son, I don’t hire designers with Macs. They’re usually asses with...– (via clientsfromhell)
19 Facts About The Deindustrialization Of America... →
The United States has lost approximately 42,400 factories since 2001. Dell Inc., one of America’s largest manufacturers of computers, has announced plans to dramatically expand its operations in China with an investment of over $100 billion over the next decade. Dell has announced that it will be closing its last large U.S. manufacturing facility in Winston-Salem, North Carolina in...
Your mobile phone has more computing power than all of NASA in 1969. NASA...– George Bray (via misterburton) From now on every time I use my phone (all day, every day) I will consider myself NASA-scientist-smart & capable. I knew it. (via whatthehale) Hey, some of those levels are like rocket science. (via altidude)
It's Slow Your Roll.
Not slow your role.