This is my 100th post.
We can’t replace professional journalism with an adhoc blogging arrangement….we...– Peter Goodman, editor for business and technology news for the Huffington Post. I like this guy.
Is this really the third time I’ve shattered my iPhone screen? I need a holster. Apple Store, prepare for a sob story tomorrow.
This so-called editorial is infuriating. I hope he likes my comments.
This weekend the IQA flew a teammate and me to Chicago to represent the company at C2E2, a 30,000-attendee comic and entertainment expo. It was a wild mini-vacation and I had a blast. Now the work I neglected to fly west is catching up with me: I have a huge exam today that I obviously haven’t studied for, a full draft of my senior thesis due tomorrow that I obviously have made no progress...
Digital Africa →
Ethan Zuckerman is a leading thinker on the internet based at Harvard University. His blog, entitled My Heart’s in Accra, speaks to his long association with Africa. He arrived in Ghana from New England in 1993, on a Fulbright scholarship, to learn African drumming. Every few weeks he would wander down to the central post office in Accra and place a phone call to his future wife in the United...
Microsoft announced today that they will make no more Zune models. Moment of silence. Apple: 4, Microsoft: -4
When I grow up I want my name to be a summer internship.
Do coke with Lindsay Lohan because you heard she was insane and sleeps on top of...– How to be an It Girl, Thought Catalog
As much as I detested growing up in a small town, I think there’s a sort of character that it builds which a big-city upbringing can’t mimic. It’s a kind of warmth, trust and welcomeness that you don’t often find. It took me 21 years to muster up the appreciation to say that, but I think it’s deserved.