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If you are a reader wondering why it seems harder to discover good websites, or you run website or Blog that writes about authors or books you need to read this article. The Pimping of Wikipedia: Contributing to the Decline of the World Wide Web The mid- and late 1990s was an exciting time for the Web because so much new, rarely shared, or difficult-to-access information was now accessible. Today, there is more reason for concern, outrage even, than there is for excitement. The reasons are plentiful. One reason is the pimping of Wikipedia. (the full article: http://aalbc.it/pimpwiki)
Quentin Tarantino with actress Nichole Galicia who plays "Sheba" in "Django Unchained" from W Magazine (image courtesy of Marcia Jones). This was on my Facebook Wall. Facebook rare places anything "conscious" in my feed. It does not seems to matter what profiles, groups or pages I visit my feed skews to scandal. Google+ seems to do a better job of putting content in my feed that actually interests me. For now...
Since we've been on ALL CAP posting, it occurred to me that my putting all my social media icons in my signature (icons at the end of all of my posts) may be a bit much or maybe even turning people off. What do you think? Have you ever clicked any? Why, or why not?
By the way did anyone notice Facebook was down a few minutes today? Facebook lists the risks that could significantly harm its business. If we fail to retain existing users or add new users, or if our users decrease their level of engagement with Facebook, our revenue, financial results, and business may be significantly harmed; We generate a substantial majority of our revenue from advertising. The loss of advertisers, or reduction in spending by advertisers with facebook, could seriously harm our business; Growth in use of facebook through our mobile products, where we do not currently d