With the closing of Google Reader, a number of people are saying that it isn’t a big deal because they get their news from people on social networks like Facebook and Twitter. Those people are wrong, mostly because they have no idea how a supply chain works. People may be getting their news from people […]
Google Correlate finds trends between different sets of Google searches and presents graphs and statistical relationships for the two terms. I decided to go through the list of U.S. states and see what their top correlations were. These results excluded terms that contained the state name, abbreviation, or obvious misspelling (with the exception of Alabama, […]
Gizmodo writer Alyssa Bereznak awoke the kraken yesterday by posting a scathing article about her series of dates with Magic: The Gathering world champion Jon Finkel.
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Rock the Vote has launched a new website designed to help young voters get their questions answered about voting in the November election that would function like “Yelp for politics.” From the RTV blog: We’ve created Electionland as a one-stop shop for the 2010 elections — the place where you can ask and answer questions […]