1) It is disturbing to me that MySpace has a “Browse” option.
2) At some stage you have to take a stand: is Internet capitalized or not? If you are interested in this kind of thing…
3) My friend John sent me this stat for my blog, he works doing something related to the internet (no caps for me) and has access to this kind of information:
*highest ever rank was 3,383,853 (out of roughly 109 million ‘distinct’ websites)
*.000015% of the global online users have been to your blog (I really haven’t a clue what any of this means really. He says it’s “decent.”)
4) The webcomic (left) is by “XKCD: A webcomic of romance, sarcasm, math, and language.” Check it out Here.
5) Watch Google Map Gone Terribly Wrong Video: Here.
The Speech-Centered Pet Peeve of the week is when someone (especially twenty-somethings) use the word “actually” right before they are going to give you bad news…”Actually, your table won’t be ready for another 1/2 hour”…..”Actually, we won’t get any more MacBook Air’s in until next month”…or just simply “Actually, no.” You get the idea, total abuse of the word actually. Stop it.