Twitter meets Ask a Ninja For more on Twitter, including possible business applications, see Jennifer Woodard Maderazo’s recent posting at MediaShift.
Technorati simplified its blog rating and ranking system a week ago today. The major change is one of emphasis. The headline figure for each blog is now its “Authority” rating – the number of blogs that link to it. This number was available to bloggers in the past, but things could get confusing because Technorati also quoted […]
From ABCNews.com: How’s $67 milllion for a dry cleaning bill? A Washington, D.C., lawyer is suing an area dry cleaning business for losing a pair of his trousers. The business owners claim they have his pants, but he’s pressing ahead with his suit. If you liked that, there are many more great puns in the […]
Humour from the Onion: NEW YORK—A feature on the New York Times‘ website that lists the stories most e-mailed by readers is destroying morale and escalating tensions among the once-dignified and professional Times staff, sources within the newspaper of record said Tuesday. This week’s most frequently e-mailed story, titled “In Manhattan, Even Felines Have Therapists,” […]
Lost Remote has tips on what viewers love about their local TV websites (tongue in cheek, but oh so believable). For example: “My friends are forever asking “What do you suppose that anchor is doing in the community?” I’m glad I can find that.” “Please tell me more about your weekend, overnight photog and how […]
The Onion reports on the latest product from Apple, a product-launching product optimized to gain maximum hype. Yes, it’s a joke.
Gives new meaning to the phrase “over-subscribed”.
An agitated reader who called the San Francisco Chronicle to complain about the phrase “pilotless drone” in a photo caption got more than he bargained for in response. The newspaper put his voicemail tirade into its audio podcast feature Correct me if I’m wrong. Then someone remixed the audio with a dance beat and posted it […]
In its review of a soon-to-be released book about popular misquotations, Britain’s Guardian newspaper managed to misquote the name of the book. From the Guardian’s daily list of corrections: A report headed Beam me up Scotty – and misquote me for better effect, page 4, October 25, misquoted the title of the book from which […]