Monthly Archives: May 2013

What have you done for me lately?

Nothing… — and that’s fine. What have I done for you lately? Nothing… — and that’s also fine. The really important question is: What have we done for us… — and them? Continue reading

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When the whole world is reading, the whole world is writing, will anyone still be wronging?

I am a big advocate for transparency, but I have also long been burdened by the weight of my past decisions — “if only I woulda…”. I have been writing for years, but my children will probably end up writing … Continue reading
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How the Wisdom of the Crowds Manifests Itself in the DNS (Domain Name System)

I investigate the prospects for the new top-level domains being proposed by ICANN over here in this discussion forum — feel free to jump in and share feedback! Continue reading

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Why Retard Media is Your Problem

A friend has asked me to stop using the term “retard media”: If all I see is “retard media”, I am not engaged, have no idea of what you trying to get across and am actually put off. The way … Continue reading
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OK, Retards: CLICK HERE!

How long before Google launches “Google Retard View“? Wait — did you think they turn the camera off?!? LMAO!! I can’t wait ’til they release Google Retard Voice: “ooh, ahh, that’s good — come on, do it more!” LOL!! Continue reading

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Good Titles, Bad Titles: What Title of Your Post Says About You

A couple of decades ago ( ), I did empirical research about how librarians thought about titles. Back then librarians were really the most advanced information scientists. In fact, they probably still are — except that today, people who are … Continue reading
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Welcome to the Future: 2020

I wrote the Wisdom of the language about 6 and a half years ago. I think it’s time for me to give an update about what I expect to happen in the next 6 and a half years. As usual … Continue reading
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Be the Environment

In a way, this is an extension of “be the change you want to see in the world” — but in another way, that quote from Ghandi is an extension of this expression. Of course: Ghandi made his quote long … Continue reading
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Retard Media SEO Cookbook

If you want top rankings, there is really only 1 search engine you need to optimize for in the entire universe — or at least in the GEO-world: Don’t worry about star ratings — just go to your local one-stop … Continue reading
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You are my bee’s wax

Two people I enjoy following are Justine Musk and Ted Ernst. They each recently wrote interesting posts — on the one hand, Justine suggested to “provoke the world“, on the other Ted suggested to “give up hope“. You know what? … Continue reading
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