All excerpts are quoted from the respective link(s).
- Hitler on Fair Use: “Don’t tell me it helps sales. We might as well all become communists like Stallman!” –
- Make maps of the United States using demographics data –
- What our immigration laws have in common with our drug laws: Rooted in white xenophobia, both needlessly criminalize people –
- FTC Helps Prepare Kids for a World Where Advertising Is Everywhere –
- Google Acquires BumpTop and Its 3D Desktop Technology –
- Seven Questions about the 2010 Election –
- Readers Dig Dirty Books, Boost Publishing Industry –
- Poujadine –
- Alien Rule –
- Google Prepares To Dominate Your TV With New Technology –
- Drill, Baby, Drill –
- David Kotok: $12.5 Billion Is Just The Start Of The Oil Cleanup Costs, And A Double-Dip Is Now Way More Likely –
- 9 years of IRC logs.
A cool idea, by Edward Loveall –
- No Confidence –
- Blogging Stats, Facts And Data: 2009 Blog Statistics By The Numbers – The annual state of the blogosphere report provided by Technorati always provides a ton of interesting information for bloggers, marketers and PR pros to use and reuse. My only issue with it is they make us read through pages upon pages of content to get at the good bits, and don’t provide a list of just the stats as a resource.
Well fear not, I’ve gone through the entire report for you and pulled out just the stats that I found compelling. These are useful for presentations, blog posts or even Tweets and are good all year: remember, we don’t get another one until late 2010.
- Mapping the Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill –
- The Big Reset: State Government After the Great Recession –
- Meet the Average American Family [Via VisualEconomics] –
- Biggest Oil Spills –
- Kris Kobach altered Arizona bill to allow fishing expeditions with a very wide net –
- Most Americans Don't Want Reagan on $50 Bill –
- Find out whose Twitter fans are dumber –
- Troubling –
- Staturday: How Much Oil Has Leaked Out of Deepwater Horizon? –
- Whistleblower who predicted Gulf oil disaster in 2008 says more are on the way –
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