Some stuff I'm reading this week...

Sad Trombone

Sad Trombone

Sad Trombone... when a rim shot just isn't appropriate

Instant Rimshot

Instant Rimshot

If you need quick access to an ironicly-placed rimshot sound to mock your friends, or a genuinely-placed rimshot to put your great joke over the top, you've come to the right place.

Loic Le Meur Blog: PR secrets? bullshit.

Loic Le Meur Blog: PR secrets? bullshit.

who cares about stories, you can get traction and users if you have a good product There aren't only bloggers and journalists looking for stories, there are also users with passion about a product that can just spread the love as the power equation between journalists-bloggers on the one side and happy users spreading the word with blogs, twitter etc on the other side has completely changed. In fact, I think startup CEOs should care more about the community members than the journalists and professional bloggers. If the product gets traction, it will get coverage anyway.

Andrew and Christopher Marks: Bacon Bacon Bacon Movie

Andrew and Christopher Marks: Bacon Bacon Bacon Movie

A funny play on Badger Badger Badger...lol

BBC NEWS | dot.life | A blog about technology from BBC News | TV becomes social again

BBC NEWS | dot.life | A blog about technology from BBC News | TV becomes social again

But last night I experienced a water cooler moment as a programme was being broadcast. It was social TV at the point of broadcast, and it was thanks to Twitter. Eurovision is precisely the kind of mass experience and mass participation event that made, and arguably still makes, TV so social.

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