Are we becoming cyber-potatoes? See what Wired recommends for our daily consumption of technology.
Somebody, somewhere has a blog or a webpage geared towards answering the everyday imponderabilia of life, such as how to change the oil status indicator on your car. For the Honda Fit, I found at least two blogs dedicated to all things Honda Fit related, and wanted to share the information with you:
I know it’s crunch time for undergraduates, but I found another reason why you shouldn’t use wikipedia for scholarly efforts. It’s OK for personal reasons (how old is Grace Slick now?) or for a first introduction to a topic, but if you are going to take the trouble to write a paper, use reliable sources. […]
From Youtube and the China Digital Times: 2009, GO CHINA! 《2009，中国加油》 Lead: Snowstorm, freely falling down to earth, like western values 甲：大雪，像西方的价值观，自由的飘洒， Lead: Despair fills the sky, ice covers the earth 乙：漫天哀愁，一地冰碴 ! Lead: Did China retreat? 甲：中国退缩了吗？ All: No. The Olympics were a success! We are victorious! 全：没有！奥运成功了！我们胜利啦！ Lead: Hot blood and iron will […]
John C. Dvorak, a columnist for PC Magazine, recently wrote an article exhorting academics to study such vibrant, popular social phenomenon like MySpace.com. Here’s the link to his article on PCMag.com; you should read it first. He starts off the article with the following blast: Universities have got to focus their attention on computers and […]