Monthly Archives: February 2013

New Study Shows that Passive Consumption of News Can Lead to Envy and Decrease Life Satisfaction

According to our findings, passive following triggers (PDF) invidious emotions, with users mainly envying happiness of others, the way others spend their vacations; and socialize.
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Living Lifeā€¦

Knot wreck or ding it.
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Humanity, Science, Machines and Love

Let me start with machines. Machines need something to work. Their food is electricity, oil, or any resource they can use as a source of power. They need materials as inputs, then they create products as output. Humans are different … Continue reading
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In Advertising, Not Even the Paranoid Will Survive

The logical consequence of disintermediation is the extinction of advertising. Yet do not confuse advertising with marketing: Since every company will be a media company, marketing products and services via the company’s own media channels will become much more significant. … Continue reading
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Search: What is it Good for?

Questions — what are they good for? Answers — what are they good for? Talk: What is it good for? We need to pay attention here: Does the end justify the means? Is your end goal the same end goal … Continue reading
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When Will there be an Online Protestant Reformation?

Actually there already has been… — e.g. Anonymous is one such initiative…, but far more significant than the Anonymous movement (in my opinion) are movements that have a name, a face, people who are willing to stand behind their own … Continue reading
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The Pope of the Internet

Although it seems as though there are quite a few people who say they are atheists, in fact most people do believe in something. Most illiterate people (the ones who are more or less stuck using retard media) believe in … Continue reading
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Liberating the Wheat from the Chaff

In the first years of the World Wide Web, players in traditional media pooh-poohed the Internet, saying it was little more than a dogpile. They were quite wrong… — but not completely wrong. Back when I wrote the “Wisdom of … Continue reading
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To Do the Right Thing Means to Offer Solutions to Problems that are Simple, Direct, Quick and Easy

This can be summed up in 3 words: Less is more! Do you remember the days when Google lived by this golden rule? It’s hard, because today Google is offering so many different things, I am already waiting for them … Continue reading
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Some People Try to Put Us Down

Old-fashioned feminism can be summed up in four words:

Women Good, Men Bad

New-fangled anti-sexism ideals see things differently:

Sex Good, Respect Better!

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