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The Extraordinary TouristThe Extraordinary Tourist

The personal blog of South Australian artist TET. Blogging about art, place...

 
People Power GrannyPeople Power Granny

Focused on baby boomers who want to leave a better world for those who foll...

 
DeejSpeaksDeejSpeaks

DeejSpeaks is created by a teenager that likes to experiment everything aro...

 


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Filed under: Marketing/Advertising, Videos, Chevrolet, Ford, TruckChevrolet has a new trio of videos that tout the Silverado's high-strength steel and cast aspersions on the aluminum-bodied Ford F-150. It's cowardly marketing at its worst.Continue re...

 You know the story from beginning to end: A regular old website earns popularity, gains top users who are almost celebrities, and then the site dies more quickly than it rose. A lot happens in between, but those are the basics of it. Digg...

 The argument seems compelling, the logic inescapable. As hardware doubles its density every 18-24 months, courtesy of Moore’s Law, and as software eats the world, technology will replace a broad swathe of jobs outright–from burger-f...

 There was a ton of fallout as the Greek economic crisis worsened this week week and the country struggled to come up with answers to its growing predicament. As Alexia Tsotsis explained  in an article on TechCrunch earlier this week: This wee...

 You’re no DJ. That’s the biggest problem with streaming services. A search box connected to the history of recorded music can be discouraging. You constantly have to know what to play next. That’s why Apple was so smart to mak...

“The Supreme Court of the United States has descended from the disciplined legal reasoning of John Marshall and Joseph Story to the mystical aphorisms of the fortune cookie.” — Justice Antonin Scalia #LoveWins proclaim the gloating hash...

 Hearken to me, my fellow developers. We live in complex and confusing times. Once we sought to make things ever simpler. Then we discovered that simple isn’t necessarily scalable, or efficient, or resilient, and turned to favoring composi...