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Wednesday, March 25, 2009

Cyberian Life

Bloggers worldwide (like Shelo, at left) are pissed off by pop-ups, but where there's a will, there's always a way!

BREAKING NEWS! Congratulations, Facebook friends! You've successfully gotten the message through to user-surly CEO Mark Zuckerberg that the redesign SUCKS. He ordered product director Chris Cox to blog an apology.

African Bloggers and webmasters have a new scam to worry about, affecting those who use Google AdSense. read it, as I'm sure it will give people in other lands sinister ideas!

Making new friends via cellphone.

Making nice via TV:
"We will recover from this recession. But it will take time, it will take patience, and it will take an understanding that when we all work together; when each of us looks beyond our own short-term interests to the wider set of obligations we have to each other – that’s when we succeed. That’s when we prosper. And that’s what is needed right now. So let us look toward the future with a renewed sense of common purpose, a renewed determination, and most importantly, a renewed confidence that a better day will come."
A March 20-23 Zogby Interactive survey shows 45% of likely voters believe the nation is headed in the right direction, a gain of five points from a similar survey completed on March 5. At the beginning of the year, only 14% held that positive view.

VIDEO: President Obama to the Nation, “Give me back that Filet-O-Fish”

In his post titled, Everything you ever wanted to know about Liberia (And more), David Sasaki points out that the first African-American president of any country was the Liberian president J.J Roberts who was born in Norfolk, Virginia.

Editor & Publisher has gone aTwittering...

Ingrid Michaelson has written a song about Twitter.

England swings like a pendelum do...

Now you can join a book club that operates via Twitter!

NBC Local reports A 16-year-old confessed to stabbing former WABC radio newsman George Weber.

Woody Allen writes in The New Yorker "Tails of Manhattan." And, speaking Manhattanese, New York Mag published a Gossip Girl re-cap & commentary which I failed to include it in yesterday's Pop Clips, so here it is now...

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  1. Hi Dave, thanks for the help. I think the pop-ups are gone now. Hope you could link me back now too.. =)

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