World Wide Web
cth: "I’m confused. Do you mean Nance tweeted MY graphic?!"
Sorry if I was confusing.
Funniest, most inexplicable newsfeed item of the day:
Hope y'all is havin' a mighty fine evenin' like I is.
Vic: NY Values are Cruz hit piece. NRO shows its true RNCe colors again.
Ah! Thanks for the summary?
HTML was certainly a lot simpler back then!
Pondering art in the digital age, creatiivity, self-publication, and self-marketing, an armchair essay, digitally created, self-publlished, and self-marketed such as it is.
boulder terlit hobo: Oh, and our sockpuppetting troll Gleen Ellers Wilson Greenwald has been telling a bunch of lies again.
Bigby's: ...I can't be the only one who routinely shuts off scripting as an additional security measure....
There's a large video window obscuring part of this web site's main page. Also keep getting automatic re-directs to a sales page for apps.
The hacker should have added the videos of Barnhardt burning the Koran.
$#!+ Veterans Don't Say
I rarely click on vids while on the cell in the sticks, but I took a chance on "this video is hilarious." Alas, saw it already. "Turns into Bill Cosby" should've clued me.
webworker got coke.com
Great score, buddy!!!
Or was it ewok.com???
How I Lost My $50,000 Twitter Username
Passing along some givin'-back links from my evening's web wanderings. Stop me if you've heard this one.
Graphic: Weapons are the means to Liberty
Curse you, Bertram Cabot Jr. at March 18, 2013 10:04 PM, for posting the link to http://www.engrish.com/ -- endless time to be wasted, as I just did.
Didn't look at the deaths chart, but enjoying its dissection here. Reminds me of the article linked recently debunking the meteorite fossils story.
I had actually thought to mix those vids (Jimi/Barry -- I may be unpersueded by the theory, but it's a hoot, and, of course, as good a guess as any).
Once upon a time, long, long ago in the dark ages of the world, before Google, Facebook, YouTube, and Geocities (snirk), the poor lonely little baby Interwebz could only send text. Strings of dull, boring letters, words, punctuation. Then one day, everything changed. That day was twenty years ago Wednesday (1992 July 18). That's when the first pornogr///// uh, photograph was posted to the web. Yes, there was a first photograph, and yes, we do know what it was. Kind of like having a recording of the first phone call.
"Watson, come here! I need you."
"Not now, Al, I'm eating lunch! (Why do they always call at mealtime?)"
The web cartoonist getting sued by some litigious lawyer raised many times the amount asked (none went to the lawyer; he photographed the money and sent that, then gave the money to charity).
"The flip open communicators were very like modern cell phones are."
The flip-style was based on Trek. But...
Modern teen: Hey, dood, Nice retro cell! You got 4g?
One of the first rules about the world of hypertext: YOU DON'T CHANGE THE LINKS!
Chrissyyyyyyyy! Like your graphics, BUT... (don't you hate it when someone starts that way?)
We all must be taking our lock-step talking points from the anti-journo-list!
Just finished buzzing through a bunch of pages, getting caught up, setting some linked stuff aside to read tomorrow... or the next day.
Each additional blog means more competition for my time. So, various sites are competitive in terms of time-demand, but each site has its own attractions.