It’s easy to forget that your brain is like any other party of your body. It needs plenty of exercise but also plenty of rest.by
David Meerman Scott speaks about the second most important communication revolution
in history; obviously the Internet.
He believes the most important one to be the printing press.
I agree with that position as well. It brought education and knowledge to the man in the street and the Internet has done the same, although it is still in its infancy.
Read his preamble here and then watch the clip.by
I think Amazon is going to find it very hard to beat Google. Google is a concern because they are going to be the “go to” for everything; not just books and music but right through to travel as well http://www.smh.com.au/it-pro/business-it/amazon-google-on-collision-course-in-2013-20121226-2bvqs.htmlby
The statistics in this article are amazing. I thought Bloomberg was a bit of a nutter banning XL soft drink and trans fats but maybe it will catch on. We could certainly do with more people watching their health in this country. The article shows that aspirin not only lowers heart attacks but dramatically reduced the incidence of many cancers, by as much as 47% http://www.nytimes.com/2012/12/12/opinion/the-2000-year-old-wonder-drug.html?ref=opinion&_r=0by
North Korea: A tourism paradise?
Old brochures promoting North Korea as a trendy, desirable holiday destination.
Enjoy such things as “joyful boating”.
An amazing, defiant letter from an escaped slave to the wife of his former owner
You can feel his anger in the letter. The last paragraph is great.
His biography is available here. He would have been an interesting man to meet.by
Oh oh, more bad news for the NBN.by
Huge growth. Just as well there’s IPv6 🙂by