Smartphones are dominating Flickr stats - the rapid turnaround on sharing shots seems to be the key. How long before SLRs have social media functionality - Canon F1000 Facebook anyone?
Danny Madskillz is the more accurate spelling.
I’ve got a bad feeling about this. Now even if you’re not on Facebook you’ll end up ‘in' Facebook whether you like it or not:
messages from people not in your social network are shuffled into another mailbox. The system will get smarter over time, so that even people you aren’t friends with on Facebook, but communicate often with, will show up in the stream
Tweetage Wasteland on the distraction of always having a recording device handy. Video camera tourists have long suffered from this, too intent on capturing the moment to actually enjoy it.
France taking the lead. Maybe only music geeks can be bothered downloading/storing/tagging/backing-up/etc when it’s all available online instantly anyway.
The original trilogy characters in pixels. Love the subtle changes - especially Leia and Han.
Survey of US commercial radio rotation of Kate Perry:
- Depressing stat #1: 39 minutes between KP plays
- Depressing stat #2: 184 unique songs per week
- Depressing stat #3: 7 songs per hour average
So say each hour you get 25 minutes of music, of which one is bound to be KP and the others you will certainly have heard before, and 35 minutes of guff & garbage.
So, no matter where you are, if you have a radio, you can tune into the local top-40 radio station, and you’ll need to wait, on average, only about 40 minutes until a Katy Perry song comes on. Good to know.
Commercial radio is a travesty. All hail local, government, and indie radio.
In a nice hat tip, Call of Duty: Black Ops has the entire Zork game embedded. Just imagine all the twitch kiddies getting hooked. As Wired puts it:
Did you hear that, Activision? We demand Zork in every game you release.