Unlike many tea partiers I’ve been pleased with my experience getting ACA Healthcare (get the name right, willya, labeling it ObamaCare gives your bias away). I found the signup smooth, and have had above par service when I have called them with questions. As a self-employed Type 1 Diabetic, without it, I’d likely be (a) […]
creative commons licensed ( BY-NC ) flickr photo shared by publicenergy They will let anyone on the internet. From the idiot email box today, here we go again… the tell tale subject line “I would like to collaborate with your site cogdogblog.com” — here is how you collaborate on someone else’s blog: You leave a […]
creative commons licensed ( BY-SA ) flickr photo shared by cogdogblog Long long ago, in a web far far away, everything was like neat little home made bungalows stretched out on the open plain, under a giant expansive sky, where we wandered freely, exploring. Now we crowd among densely ad covered walkways of a shiny […]
cc licensed ( BY SA ) flickr photo shared by Ben Brown I’ve railed for many a year about the fetid scourge of blogs, rampant bombardment of irrelevant, unwanted garbage comments laden with nefarious links, all seeking to increase google rank. Can this be turning? Should I believe in the tooth fairy who says Google […]
cc licensed ( BY NC SA ) flickr photo shared by Since EBCDIC Move along. I thought this course would be The One. The One I Finished. It’s not the course’s fault at all, it’s all PEBKAC. I was eager to dive into the P2PU course Play With Your Music: “Play With Your Music” is […]
With all that IPO pumping, the quaint little twitter blue bird is going to be sporting some new duds cc licensed ( BY NC ND ) flickr photo shared by green kozi Make no mistake about it, according to a recent Forbes piece Can Twitter Save TV?: Twitter’s message to the networks is different, and […]
cc licensed ( BY NC ND ) flickr photo shared by maziar hooshmand I feel lonely on the internet… because I still hold on dearly tot he idea of tagging content as a means to organize across communities. It’s so 2002. At one time, people could tag videos on YouTube as a way to organize […]
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, means alot if one gets […]
It’s gotta be monkeys (no offense to the primates) (but I love it when my creative common search turns up an image from a friend, hi Chris).
Seriously– who is Yahoo using as a test group for the “new” flickr? The latest WTF is the insertion of a Yahoo navigation bar that looks like it was hand coded in the mid 1990s.
On looking at the page source I truly accepted to see a bunch of
tags. At least it was not that bad. Maybe there is some humor at Monkey Web Design Shops, since the main div id is named “eyebrow” and the interior divs are all called “yucs”
Yeah. YUCK- they cannot even spell that correctly.
I was curious to see what the infestation of ads was like, so I hopped over to Safari to explore Flickr when I was logged out or using an old free account I use very rarely. The most odd thing was in Safari there is no Ugly Butt Yahoo Navigation Bar.
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 do we wrap the now meaning less words in quotes? But some nights, in bed […]