Blogs Tools for Public Service Announcements?

ol cranky has shared at Philly Future an intriguing idea whose time has come – I suggest blog PSAs (public service announcements) for missing persons; yes, I’m suggesting blogs become today’s milk cartons. My ultimate goal (with which I need help, since I have no idea how to do this myself) is for bloggers to […]

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The SIMS are now under attack

This witch hunt is going too far. There are talks about banning The SIMS! Read about it at Gamespot. A women has sued the makers of GTA. And Hillary Clinton has already slid to the right in asking for $90 million of taxpayer dollars to study the effects video games on children – something that’s […]

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No Learning Curve as the Most Important Feature of a Web App

Bokardo: No Learning Curve as the Most Important Feature of a Web App: Jason Fried says that the most innovative software in the next 10 years will come from companies like his, those who build web-based applications for very small businesses. Though much of Jason’s mantra seems to be – do it our way, I […]

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Tucker Carlson: “Where would you rather vacation, Aruba or West Philly?”

Has truth about the motivations of some media been revealed in how it is handling LaToyia Figueroa’s disappearence? Read Ol Cranky and Attytood on Carlson – you decide. For most of my readers, this won’t shock you. For others, it will leave you raging mad. This is the transcript for Wednesday’s show, the one for […]

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