I've already barked about how cheap it is to like stuff on Facebook (my campaign to have everyone like everything failed). If you can just click something in 0.2 seconds does it really carry any value? But now, of the ease of which I can endorse someone's skills in LinkedIn, ...

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cc licensed ( BY-NC-ND ) flickr photo shared by Helen K Actually I don't like Facebook. There's just not a button for that, which seems to break some cosmic physical law of conservation of emotions. I think likes are cheap not unimportant, but pretty close. If it were so real, why ...

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cc licensed ( BY ) flickr photo shared by futureatlas.com And there is will go soon, beloved Google Reader, something I have used on a daily basis since... the dawn of it's time (2006, the Cambrian Internet era, when many crawled from the sea and learned to walk the web). ...

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They may "Do No Evil"â„¢ but they can "Take Away Web Stuff That Works For No Credible Reason". https://twitter.com/cogdog/status/320366586550689793 If Google cannot afford the expenditure or running a web service, how are they funding the raft of experimentation? This is but a thin veiled attempt to funnel web reading into Google ...

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cc licensed ( BY NC ND ) flickr photo shared by sharyn morrow Will the open connected web as we once knew it be some quaint artifact we will only peer at as we swipe through apps on our mobile devices? Probably not. But still... I was enamored by a nifty ...

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cc licensed ( BY ) flickr photo shared by Felipe Skroski So long as a man imagines that he cannot do this or that, so long is he determined not to do it: and consequently, so long it is impossible to him that he should do it. -- Spinoza Lately I've been ...

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I might be the last one left still using Google Reader. Why not? Although banished from the menus, it will work through July, 2013. I'm in no hurry to join the Mad Rush To Find The Perfect Reader Replacement That Does Not Exist. But I was surprised when tonight reader ...

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I'm bored of cows as a MOOCy metaphor; I found a new one: cc licensed ( BY NC ND ) flickr photo shared by Another Seb Isn't he cute? The inspiration comes from a wise one -- Neil Young -- in The Donkey and Digital Music: The Full Dive ...

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