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RT @charlesornstein: Sigh. RT @jasoncherkis: America RT @mtracey: Sniper aiming at #Ferguson demonstrators live on CNN
And why do you suppose he was called Mr Natural?
A question for Mr Natural.
Angry Birds/friends is getting really awesome
Make way for Mr Natural!
I love the idea of It's a software snack. Maybe we should have awards. Snackies?
RT @Johannes_Ernst: What's the opposite of the Web 2.0 architecture? /cc @davewiner
The Science of Loneliness: How Isolation Can Kill You.
It's up to the news people to lead us, at least partially, to the news system of the future.
Scripting News: An alternate view of Jay Rosen's demo.
Twitter Tinkers With Feeds to Find New Users.
Twitter Tinkers With Feeds to Find New Users.
The French Resistance Would Weep.
Mashable: 14 Books That Change When You Reread Them Later in Life.
It's Monday morning, that means it's time to catch up on weekend tweets with
In Silicon Valley, Mergers Must Meet the Toothbrush Test.
Arizona Loose With Its Rules in Executions, Records Show.
People get upset about the military equipment the US govt gave to local police. Wait till they hear about the equipment we gave to ISIS.
Went to a baseball game and am reminded about all the patriotic overhead added to sports after 9/11. And by "overhead" I mean bullshit.
RT @scottpenton: @ProductHunt Thunderstorm looks similar to little porkchop @davewiner #startups #tweets
What do you think of a country that sends its army far away to create chaos and death, then freaks when a tiny bit of that shows up at home.
It was more like this.
Today's Mets game was not like this.
I heard this quote somewhere and now I can't remember where. Goes like this. Slaves don't want freedom, slaves want to be masters.
RT @JoeMoreno: @davewiner Tweeting in the year my father was born. Even back then, customers were called "users."
Your kid doesn't need to learn to code, the kid needs something to make that might involve a bit of coding.
I can't speak to the ethics, but when I see a product link, that changes the nature of the communication in a fundamental way.
Sad to see the Washington Post turned into an Amazon product catalog.
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