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Housekeeping

On Sunday afternoon (7 February) I did some housekeeping. Not the kind entailing vacuuming floors and dusting furniture, no I went through the links on my “About” page and deleted those which no longer function. 177 more words

2016 Broccoli City Lineup: Future, Jhene Aiko, The Internet, & More To Perform

Another day, another festival lineup.

The organizers of D.C.’s Broccoli City Festival have announced this year’s lineup, which includes Future and Jhene Aiko as headliners. 61 more words

Music

Have conferences become a giant racket?

What has happened to a bunch of nerds getting together in a big room, eating some sandwiches and talking about ideas?

Why are people so willing to pay big money to meet other people in their respective fields at conferences, when they just could have done what I have referred to in the paragraph above? 286 more words

Overqualification / Underemployment

Coming Around Again

In the revolving door of on-line relationships, people leave as well as arrive. If you care about such things, then you’ll notice the downs as well as the ups. 578 more words

Life Of Grumpy

Social Media: The Change in Media

How do you determine whether or not to trust a social media voice?

When people post something online, we as the audience decide whether or not to believe in it based on what the article’s sources are, to where it’s being posted on (Websites like Youtube or CNN), who’s speaking (or writing the article), and how’s its presented. 619 more words

Internet

Blogroll


Back when “vanity website” weblogs were devolving into blogs, the blogroll was part of the show. You would list other blogs. Sometimes they would return the favor. 432 more words

Library Of Congress

How the Internet Saved My Life

In Celebration of Old School LiveJournal  is something you should read if you ever kept a LiveJournal, or something similar, during your formative years. I guarantee it will thrust you back into the past like you haven’t been in a while. 2,047 more words