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You over-inflate your intelligence when you use Google

If you like this post, feel free to share it. Someday I will move the social share buttons to the top, I swear. (It’s good to admit your failings now and again.) If you like some of my thoughts on… Continue Reading

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There are about 124 million Google searches per month for “porn”

Sienna West Google

I’ve written about porn a couple of times — here and here — and while I try not to write about it a lot, lest this start being viewed as spam, I do believe it’s an important topic to touch… Continue Reading

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On The Fappening, Kate Upton, ethics and all that

When nudes get released of celebs, how should we process that information? Continue Reading

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The ‘telemetric age’ — a.k.a. ‘The Internet Of Things’ — could be normative by 2025. (Gird your loins!)

This, today, from Pew Research: “One positive effect of ‘ubiquitous computing,’ as it used to be called, will be much faster, more convenient, and lower-cost medical diagnostics. This will be essential if we are to meet the health care needs… Continue Reading

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Is this whole Katie Couric thing a major step for the Internet? (Probably not.)

So the basic story is: Katie Couric, uber-respected female newswoman (I think that’s something at least a good handful of people believe), gets her own show (Katie) with ABC. Less than three years into that, uber-profiled female CEO Marissa Mayer… Continue Reading

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So, “selfie” is the Oxford Word of the Year for 2013. Thanks, Australia.

Yes, that happened — and according to Oxford, the decision was “with little if any argument.” Oxford had it as a ‘word on the radar’ back in June 2012 (the Oxford Dictionaries blog is surprisingly pretty interesting), but as they themselves… Continue Reading