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- Considering I have been ‘endorsed’ for things I don’t do by people who have never worked with me, my feelings on this are quite set. Its the ultimate please-scratch-my-back-since-I-scratched-yours-for-no-reason-in-particular. Even ‘Like’ on fb is more honest (in my opinion, and its relative, not absolute.). There are over a billion endorsements on LinkedIn in less than 6 months and I would be seriously skeptical of any targeting they do, using this data.
- Stuck in a company where people are obsessed with making org-structure boxes outlining who is in ‘charge’ and still make peanuts? Here’s some food for thought: A Billion Dollar Company With No Bosses
- Big fan of Scott Adams. I think ‘in-duh-vidual‘ was one of the funniest terms invented. And now he ‘discovers’ market manipulation. Here Come the Market Manipulators
- Obama picks up the fight again on reducing Nuclear Stockpiles. There are chances the world might still be a better (and safer) place.
- Damn! I wish I had put all those Readers Digest junk mail to some use. A man walks into a bank
- Comes in late, prices (slightly) above competition. Google Play finally opens Ebooks to we the peepul.
- Amazon patents a mechanism to help you click on the link you actually want to. Amazon patents Gravity-Based Links.
- Texting closely resembles the spoken language. (Erm..) Texting isn’t writing. It’s fingered speech.
- Pregnant woman tracks husband’s sleeping pattern and uses resulting data to setup nighttime feeding schedules when the baby comes. Fitness trackers being put to good use.