This isn’t new but it deserves attention. Much of life, and especially political life is engaged in online these days. It’s no surprise that the government is interested in controlling what goes on there.
In the interest of keeping information flowing. Plus it’s a cool map. From The Huffington Post.
That seems reasonable. The people behind the account were making fun of the Mayor. Don’t these punks have any respect for authority?
Incredible picture. I think this is from the Saint George News.
This should be interesting to watch.
And he’s got a hit list too. No kidding, he posted a list of econometricians he is going to put under a spotlight and take down.
Some pretty crazy images from Watertown today.
Plenty of our readers face the headwinds of a crummy job market every day. Here’s some interesting and valuable advice from Rachael Silverman at the Wall Street Journal on how companies use Twitter to recruit and how one can use the platform to get recruited.
There is little doubt that our surveillance state is about to take a big step forward. New policing technologies will change the way we live (they always do).
I have no problem with Facebook. In fact I like Facebook. I use it personally to chat with interesting people from around the world every day. It makes my life better, which is what a product should do.
I am looking forward to it. Will Krugman’s cat have any singing parts? A chorus? I hope so.
Sorry, the picture above cracks me up every time and I’ll find any excuse to repost it to the site.
The governments of the world are relentless.
Yes, the Fed is now on Twitter. One can follow the Fed using the handles @themanbehindthecurtain, or @ponziponziponzi, or @gentleBen, or @dollardestroyer1913
I’m kidding of course the real handle is just lame old @federalreserve.
Let’s take a look at what their feed is saying at this moment. I haven’t looked yet.