Ed:Blog: From Social Media Backlash To Mobile-Addicted Cabbies
Is social media backlash a made-up media trend?
"A famous person held a press conf ... in which he talked about himself ... while speaking about himself, he said he'd been selfish."
If Biggie Smalls were alive would he be the mayor of Brooklyn on Foursquare?
MediaPosters got into a comment flame war regarding paying for content online as evidenced by the following: "I take it that when you buy a car, the petrol should be free forever?"
If you're a Knicks fan, as the saying goes, abandon all hope.
There are some people who just should not engage in the location-awareness wonderland.
How did Axl Rose, John Varvatos and Sebastian Bach get together at the former CBGBs? Kevin Bacon (also there), obviously.
Watch out Google, someone is redesigning maps. Bing upped the ante.
What is all this talk of Facebook and Twitter killers? Why does the blood-thirsty media want Google to kill anything?
Did Wonder Bread create an iPhone App so you can make a sandwich using your Skippy App?
Really let down by the snowpacalypse.
Did Horowitz just start Google's Buzz press conference by quoting Fight Club? He sees a lot of new faces around the room.
Townsend's belly showing while he windmilled was clearly the highlight of The Who's half-time show during the the Super Bowl.
Will Pepsi Refresh keep its buzz after the Super Bowl? Does it matter?
Our columnist Andrew Ettinger of RJ Palmer asked, regarding Pool: "Seriously? This is the big finding? Am I on candid camera?"
Nobody has talked about the embargos process for a while. Do PR folks not care or notice that TechCrunch never honors them? (And declared them dead.)
This post was like an entire Antonioni movie in one line: "@joemarchese: I haven't been tweeting much lately, I think I am becoming boring."
Our theory is that the NYC cab drivers talking on mobile headsets all the time are all talking to each other.
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