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13 Posts

February, 2010 Posts

Seeing the Internet
February 06, 2010
An article about the visualization of the internet and the inspiration it brought to set up a website to catalog these visualizations.
Un-Representative Representatives
February 07, 2010
A proposal for senators representing different income brackets.
Best Community on the Web
February 08, 2010
Insights from Metafilter founder Matt Haughey on building a successful community and maintaining its quality.
More, More, More
February 08, 2010
Embracing the overwhelming abundance of information and knowledge on the internet.
One Billion Creators
February 08, 2010
The experience of being a content creator in a world with a billion creators.
Danger! Danger! Media! Technology!
February 16, 2010
A historical look at the fear of technology and media.
The Worst of Both Worlds
February 16, 2010
The current political environment of contradictory voter desires.
Website Infomercials
February 24, 2010
Johnson & Johnson's launch of a paid web service with a 30-minute infomercial.
Conceptual Collisions
February 24, 2010
The value of distraction and serendipity on the internet and its impact on creativity.
Gender, Salaries and Bachelor's Degrees
February 24, 2010
Gender disparities in starting salaries for college graduates.
Editing the Google Algorithm
February 24, 2010
An article on Google's search algorithm and how it was edited to be smarter.
Ethical Paralysis
February 27, 2010
The state of ethical paralysis caused by conflicting food books.
Business Expiration Dates
February 27, 2010
Exploring the concept of businesses with expiration dates and the potential impact of job tenure limits.
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