New York Times book critic Michiko Kakutani takes on the downside of the Internet, social media, and online culture in a thoughtful essay, “Texts without Context
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See what everyone’s tagging about on Twitter with this feature-filled site that’s dedicated to the twitterverse’s ever-changing metadata.
Twitaholic accesses Twitter’s database statistics to display the most popular users, according to number of followers, friends and updates.
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The smart folks at J. Walter Thompson have an amusing video outlining ten trends for 2010: “In keeping with one of our trends for 2010—Visual Fluency, referring to the growing preference (and need) for a graphic synthesis of information vs. an avalanche of reading material—we’ve created an animation that encapsulates our 32-page report in less than two minutes.”
Yep, you spend a lot of time online.
Associated Press writer Jocelyn Noveck has a fun, thought-provoking article, “50 things that changed our lives in the aughts.
Facebook, smartphones, digital books… There aren’t many surprises in a CNN list of the top 10 tech trends from 2009.
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