When does the wisdom of crowds give way to the meanness of mobs?
Bits Blog lead writer Nick Bilton talks about some of the new Internet TV offerings that will premiere at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas this week.
If you’re based in New York and have an hour to spend on December 9, HI Research would like you to share with us what you think makes the Internet so great.
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I love when consumerism is made this easy.
World music has gotten so boring anyways…
RepRap is a 3D printer that potentially could change the way that we make, sell, and share objects. It is literally bringing open-source to the real world.
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Get your head outta the gutter. It’s only a bad*a interactive timeline of the year 1969 by The New York Times.
You never have to watch keyboard cat alone again.
This could potentially be the only cool scene in the movie, and you can watch it free at the NY Times site. Heads up!
Great, teach all the Chinese kids English and leave all the American kids out to dry … I see how it is.
New study shows a chasm between how scientists and the public perceive issues like evolution and global warming.
Great Slate.com article on the social effect of SBC’s newest feature … *I don’t know if you’ve heard of it yet, it’s called Brüno*
Now, let’s all just get along nicely and share this time around. It’s for the environment people … the environment.
I always wanted to join the CIA … now I don’t.
(Oh, and there are all these implications for national security, blah, blah, blah ;)
“Do Good” iPhone application offers daily good deeds. A little Mother Teresa-ism for the tech age.
Add your cell photos to this NY Times photo gallery. No really, it’ll be fun!
Keywords can boost your social network - Don’t say duh, just read the article.
Chris Anderson, Wired’s editor, plagiarized Wikipedia. Yep, that’s the punchline.
Defined: “… Free will [is] the ability to make decisions in complex situations in which there is no obvious choice …”