Twitter’s fans have often said that, with a little creativity, it’s possible to communicate everything that’s really necessary in 140 characters or less. Today, I saw a post on Twitter that seemed determined to prove that a person can pack in much more than is
“It is theorized that the coconut provides all of the required natural properties for survival.” “It is theorized” is such a useful phrase. A theory is nothing more than a story, either validated by data… or not. I’m guessing that the makers of this cultured
Shane Stone doesn’t go by his real name much any more. Instead, he promotes an alternative identity he calls Profit Mole. He’s gone so far into this role that he’s lost much of his ability to communicate in coherent sentences. “I tweet, sleep and breathe
Today, the Digital Religion conference, put together by Canada’s Marketing Magazine in the Sheraton Centre in Toronto, is taking place. Marketers from all over the northeastern corner of North America are gathering to gain new insights, from slides featuring green and blue cubes floating against
In What Way Does A Killer Cyborg From Outer Space Fit With A Game That Introduces Children To Gambling?
Can you explain how killer cyborgs from outer space fit with a gambling gateway game for children?
The more politicians use this tactic, the less likely we are to pay attention when an urgent threat really does emerge. Like the boy who cried “wolf”, the politicians who cry “Nuclear Iran” have hurt their own cause, using cheap tactics to grab attention instead of holding serious language in reserve for when it is genuinely necessary.
Outside houses recovering from a hard winter in Central New York, you can spot a lot of these signs: Why is this company (and it’s not the only one) home of the “Kanga Roof?” Because the contractors “hop to it.” Get it? Kangaroo? Hop? It’s
Market Research Conference To Show Corporations How To Use Flying Drones and Robots To Spy On Shoppers
If the people at the MRMW conference believe that using robots to spy on us as we shop is such a good idea, why aren’t they making information about this session open to the public in general?
Seen on Twitter: “Email marketing has an ROI of up to 4300% (Source: HubSpot)” “Up to” is a wonderfully useful statistical phrase for people promoting flimsy schemes. “Up to” doesn’t promise that a number will be accurate for everybody, or even approachable by most people.
Here on Irregular Times, we often debunk the ridiculous conspiracy theories that political extremists concoct to justify their absurd ideologies. Tonight, I have a conspiracy theory of my own to introduce. It comes after watching The Interview, a movie starring Seth Rogen and James Franco.