Got quoted by the CBC (Canadian Broadcasting Corporation) in an article about the many solution posted with the Twitter hashtage #FixTheInternet
Twitter attempts to #FixTheInternet after Kim Kardashian breaks it with her butt
From the article
…But perhaps the best use of the hasthag came from those who offered up genuine suggestions for “fixing the internet” — ideas that had very little to do with Kardashian, but spoke volumes about the everyday annoyances and problems many of us experience online in 2014.
I made last night’s @midnight #HashtageWars Top 10 for #FailedColleges
Yesterday on Twitter #TeamCoCo sought suggestions for a list of terrible movie titles in the vein of Sharknado. My suggestion, Killy Goats, was no. 3 on the list
A new piece is up on This Blog Rules. Your Last Words: How Your Social Network Will Determine Your Legacy examines how important moments like your final words to the world can be bungled and screwed up as most communication on social networks.
While we’re on the social network discussion, feel free to Digg, StumbleUpon or share this article on Facebook and Twitter.
Also, a quick piece from National Lampoon :15 Sure-Fire Ways To Keep Air Traffic Controllers Awake