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Writing Memoir on Social Media

Originally posted on bottledworder:

I’m doing something in the room and The Boy walks in stealthily from behind me and suddenly there is a shower of bubbles in the air and lots of childish laughter. I turn my face and I see a host of bubbles floating up and up and up towards the light, their shiny surfaces catching the light and turning them into iridescent rainbow hues. It’s hard to tell how each bubble will float away, where it will stick and when it will burst.  But together they transform the room.

Actually I’m not just sitting here doing something. I’m writing yet another blog post. It isn’t unusual at all, while I’m writing, for a childish face to peek in and insist on typing a word or two or close a window or want to check out a blinking light below the touchpad. But bubbles? They are new.

The bubbles floating…

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Ol skool skool flayre..


Pic of me from like...before. Revamped

The Most Amazing Things Happen At Rock Bottom, Right When You’re Ready To Give Up

Crazy. Well said. I can relate to this post very closely cuz these are the same ideals that Ive heard about when growin up WE Get comdy its preety gay

What Are You Measuring In Your Life?

This is why I’ve always felt the need to write stuff down….then re-read it (ex. Journals, song ideas.. Etc) just cuz I genuinely wanna know there’s been some progress….whether its good or bad….I just like having reference points because well.. If I don’t….(progress in my life…good or bad progression doesn’t matter, just that some sorta change occured…then its kinda like ehh I could’ve done more as far as living my life)…this article I heard on umano gave a Lil more context to what the reason prob is….lol

You can learn creativity, but not very much of it

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I always figured that what fuels creativity (at least for me) comes in these little random, spontaneous sparks of information….it could be anything….The key difference between what the creative folk and whoever is deemed “non-creative” do is rather than merely observe the occurrence, they’ll find away to have it make sense in their world (I use the term “world” here in place for a persons being/consciousness/life/mind/thought process/whatever etc..)….At least that’s how I see it (and it makes sense and aligns itself with what’s sort of being said in the article)… But yeah, I figure in reality all of us (if not just a majority) have the same propensity to be super great as we do to be completely retarded.. but somewhere there’s an underlying choice to “experience” something rather than just “observe” it. Meh, honestly it’s not even worth discussing it’s so silly.. We can all be creative.. and we all are creative in diff. ways.

Originally posted on Quartz:

At 2 a.m. on June 16, 1816, Mary Wollstonecraft Godwin awoke with a fright.

Mary was 18 years old and spending her summer at the Villa Diodati at Lake Geneva with her stepsister Claire Clairmont and the writers Lord Byron and John William Polidori. Her future husband, Percy Shelley, was staying nearby. They had intended to spend the summer swimming and sunbathing, but a year earlier, Mount Tambora, a massive volcano in Indonesia, had erupted, dispersing nearly 1.5 million metric tons of dust into the atmosphere, blocking the sun, and sharply decreasing temperatures worldwide. It had such devastating effects on global weather patterns that 1816 came to be known as “The Year Without a Summer.”
Although the inclement weather foiled the group’s outdoor plans, the four of them contented themselves with indoor activities and took to reading scary stories, most notably from Fantasmagoriana, a French anthology of German ghost stories.

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Soundrop launches, a kind of for digital music promotion

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i suppose we should try it out

Originally posted on Gigaom:

Norwegian digital music startup Soundrop launched a new service called that wants to help musicians promote their latest releases and grow their email lists. is kind of like an for digital music – a very minimal and clean site with a basic player that gives visitors access to a track right away.

Once you hit play, you gain access to additional cards that offer access to additional content in exchange for an email address, prompt you to subscribe to a YouTube (S GOOG) channel or follow the artist on Soundcloud, Twitter (S TWTR) or Facebook. (S FB)

Artists can also redirect users to streaming music services like Spotify or Deezer or offer an option to buy digital downloads on iTunes, (S AAPL) Amazon (S AMZN) or elsewhere. can be used as a standalone mini-site, or embedded into other websites. Check out a embed below:

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Online Education Startups Codecademy, General Assembly, Others Band Together Against FCC Proposed Net Neutrality Rules


es noice…

Originally posted on TechCrunch:

fcc1The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) got an earful from concerned online education startups today. General Assembly,Codecademy, CodeCombat, and OpenCurriculum cautioned the FCC in their filings today that an Internet fast lane would, “…impede [American's] access to an affordable education and to job skills for the 21st century economy.”

All four companies argue that the newly proposed rules for Net Neutrality creates an uneven playing field in favor of large universities with bigger purse strings.

CEO of General Assembly, Jake Schwartz cautioned the FCC that his company would not have had a chance to even exist under the new proposal:

When my co-founders and I started General Assembly in 2011, we quickly found ourselves competing with a host of online and offline incumbents, many with ample funds and an incentive to keep companies like General Assembly out of education. Had the FCC’s rules been in place at our founding…

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iCloak Stik Aims To Put Robust Online Privacy In The Hands Of The Many, Not The Few

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great idea/concept… its a scary inet out there…. it’s best to at the very least try to save yourself….

Originally posted on TechCrunch:

Meet iCloak Stik: a plug and play device that’s being designed to make robust online privacy accessible to the many not the few — by enabling an average computer user to route their browsing via the Tor or I2P anonymizing networks so it can’t be tracked.

The device will also let users select a particular country where they want to appear to be coming from, which can defeat regional content locks.

Every time you connect to the Internet with iCloak it will also generate a new random MAC address — meaning the hardware itself can’t be traced either.

All your browsing activity disappears without a trace once you shut an iCloak session down. This is because it’s effectively a clean instal every time you use it, which thwarts tracking techs like cookies and adware, along with more pernicious malware that might lurk on a computer that’s been around the cyber block a few times.

Sound interesting? Of course it does. Online security and privacy are continuing to…

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How to build brand engagement through in-app communication

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good article…touches on brand engagement (use for fans?) thru mobile in-app com

Originally posted on Gigaom:

While a mobile app must fulfill its core function, it must also continue a dialog with its users to remain relevant. Doing so requires ongoing, intelligent, targeted outreach to customers and an extension of customer-service strategy into the app itself.

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