What is Internet Road Rage? My definition is that you are willing to engage in hateful, spiteful language aimed at someone whom you either don’t agree with ideologically/religiously/politically/any excuse to vent, or a counter attack to someone who got on you or your ideas. Here is the caveat. You most likely wouldn’t act or speak … Continue reading Internet Road Rage, You Are Probably a Coward Hiding Behind The Screen
It’s like Internet Road Rage. That is intuitive for some, but there are new users each day. We also are in the election cycle, so max out the stupid button with this next round of fun in the web universe.
I’ve eliminated a lot of them when I dumped Twitter and Facebook, but I see it out there just like everyone else does. Sooner or later you run into someone who has Internet Road Rage. They are idiots. I post a lot of sarcasm on my blog because it’s my blog. Some people have that … Continue reading Why People Are Idiots On The Internet
I already talked about this in the post “Stupid things that smart people do“. I posted about how people have Internet road rage also as they are so brave hiding behind their screens doing things that would get their asses kicked in real life. Arguing on the Internet is the biggest waste of time, other … Continue reading Things Not To Do – Arguing On The Internet
I’ve written about Internet Road Rage and Stupid Things Smart People do. It’s also why I stay away from a lot of social media. My life is a lot happier that way. Also, I don’t have to worry about my body image that Zuckerberg lied about yesterday.
I’ve written extensively about this, especially in Internet Road Rage. Go read it to see who these cowards are. No matter what you do, someone has a beef (vegans will get me here, just another example) with whatever you say. It used to be don’t talk politics, religion or something else at Thanksgiving or you’ll … Continue reading How Social Media Works Against You
Blessed is the man, who having nothing to say, abstains from giving wordy evidence of the fact. Maybe it’s just me, but I don’t like getting told how and what to think by people who aren’t qualified to do so. Athletes are paid well to entertain us and distract us from the drudgery of life. … Continue reading Great Sayings – George Eliot Talks About Sports Stars, Politicians, Celebtards and Social Media
Authors Note: I have a tendency to notice patterns in both a macro and micro universes. I’ve been watching this one brew for a while now. FIRST, WHAT IS GODWIN’S LAW? Reformulated in the Net.Legends FAQs “Usenet Rule #4”: “Any off-topic mention of Hitler or Nazis will cause the thread it is mentioned in to come to an … Continue reading How Racism and White Supremacy Are The New Godwin’s Law
I posted a while back about out maneuvering an AI engine. I didn’t really beat it because at the end of the week, everything resets except a cumulative score. It got me to thinking how much the Tech companies are investing in it (not to mention intelligence organizations) and how much those same people just … Continue reading More On How To Beat Artificial Intelligence Trying To Invade Our Lives
In the song Mrs. Robinson is a line that states, Where have you gone Joe DiMaggio? I wondered the same about Al Gore. He went from front page man on global warming to I don’t hear anything about him anymore on #AGW. I wondered where he went and why? It’s ironic that the biggest snow … Continue reading Where Have You Gone Al Gore? #climatechange and #globalwarming Are Calling You On the Day You Predicted The Doom of the Earth
Below are the discussions of people who have a photographic memory including both pros and cons. I’ve met some (none below) in my life. They were great at taking tests and can be valuable in some situations, like people with a high IQ they have weaknesses in other situations (when they rely on the memory … Continue reading What is it Like to Have a Photographic Memory?
Gone are the glory days when the PC would rule over the vaunted Mainframe, putting power at desks without the overbearing DP department overcharging and under delivering past the due date. What has evolved though is a commodity product that is at best a commodity like a toaster. You can buy one anywhere to toast … Continue reading The PC is Toast, Or Maybe Just a Toaster
My deepest sympathy goes out to the families in Colorado. The killer was an idiot, but if we didn’t have guns he would have found another way to do what he did. He was evil and had his mind made up already. I am not afraid to call evil what it is and history shows … Continue reading Gun Control and Our Constitutional Rights, Once Politicians Get Their Foot In the Door…It is the Beginning of the End of Our Rights
According to a new study by Professors, Kimberly Elsbach of the University of California, Davis, and Daniel Cable of London Business School, it does. A new study suggests workers are judged harshly for not showing up at the office. Despite advances in teleworking, smartphones, and Skype, face time, it seems, really does matter. Getty Images … Continue reading Does Telecommunting or Working At Home Hurt Your Career?
UPDATE: This article best sums it up….If there was any doubt that Wall Street is a sucker’s game designed to take money from stupid people and put it into the hands of bankers and powerful corporations, Facebook’s initial public offering should clear that up. Well, the facts speak for themselves. What was supposed to be … Continue reading Facebore – The Facebook IPO Dissapointment
Photo Of Gina As with all my bloggerviews, I try to talk to interesting people. Up until now, they were from IBM, but I ventured outside for this one as it goes back to my roots. Although we grew up in towns not very far apart in Central Florida, Gina and I met at … Continue reading Gina Smith; Author of iWoz, TV celebrity, Radio Personality, CEO, Journalist but most of all Friend
I really like to have discussions with insightful people. I thought this was going to be mostly on all things Open (there is a good deal of that, don’t worry), but I came away thinking here’s a guy that really knows where he’s going and what he’s doing. I found his answers to my questions … Continue reading Bloggerview with Doug Heintzman – SWG Strategist: Analysts – It’s a Partnership of Discovery