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I Dream of Jedi (or Follow You Follow Me)

So, I had this dream last night where it was West Side Story, but all the characters were from Star Wars. Instead of the Jets and Sharks, it was the Jedi versus the Stormtroopers, Han was wandering through Spanish Harlem

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Posted in 3(Blah) + 3(Yada) = (Blog)

The Next Big Thing in Social Media (or Find Out Who Your Real Friends Are)

So, I have the next great idea for social media. It’s a site where everyone can post to it except the person who it’s about. It’s like the complete opposite of Facebook where it’s all about you. There will be

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Posted in Whine Tasting

Friend Or Faux? (or The Unexpected House Guest)

So, my cable provider wants to be my friend. At least that’s what they seemed to be saying in a recent email that they sent me. Great, I could always use a new friend. Do you want to go out

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Posted in Word Nerd

Spammers Aren’t Even Trying Anymore (or If You’re Going To Try To Screw Me, You Could At Least Buy Me Dinner)

So, I’m checking my blog stats today, because I’m {narcissistic|a responsible person|bored|compulsive}, and I notice that I’ve gotten twice as many spam comments as I have real comments from readers like you. On my other blog, that ratio is ten

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I Know You’re My Friend But I Don’t Like You (or Adventures In Facebooking)

So, after avoiding it for many years, I finally caved and started a Facebook account. I’ve always been more of a Twitter guy. I like the brevity and simplicity of it. Facebook always seemed more like your parents’ social media.

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Posted in Things I know less about than I think

In A Subjunctive Mood (or Long Live The Drama Queen)

So I’ve decided I’m going to try to post something every day. Well, every weekday. Why? I don’t know; it seemed like a good idea at the time. I probably wouldn’t if I were the kind of person who thought

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Posted in Best Of Verbatim Gibberish, DPchallenge, Word Nerd

Social Media and the Nature of Friendship (or Stop Poking Me, I Hardly Know You)

The big problem with living in an age where everyone is plugged into everyone else’s business is that everyone is plugged into everyone else’s business. So far there seem to be two competing models for the online experience. On the

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