• This is a joke, right?


    MacZOT has found a new business model: ripping off inattentive users.

  • Pressing questions


    (via @hessi)


  • Orwell was an optimist

    The Children’s Secretary set out £400million plans to put 20,000 problem families under 24-hour CCTV super-vision in their own homes.

    They will be monitored to ensure that children attend school, go to bed on time and eat proper meals.

  • Associative Disarray

    For those that wonder if I'm still alive because this blog surely is no sign for it, I'll have to clear up a change in publishing policy. I decided to from now on use this blog for the more polished, serious posts only.

    And it looks that I never made public that there's another blog where I post the more casual, random things: It's called Associative Disarray and it's hosted by Posterous.

    Especially for those Tumblelog-style posts with quotes, pictures and other things mostly found at other websites, Posterous is great. With tools like the Posterous bookmarklet and the Share-a-licious Firefox addon, it's very easy to build a lively entry stream. Go on over, take a look and subscribe!

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  • Twitter: "Vielen fehlt die Medienkompetenz"

    Dennoch halten sich die deutschen Unternehmen zurück. "Vielen fehlt die Medienkompetenz für diesen neuen Kanal, deswegen ist eine gewisse Unsicherheit zu spüren", erklärt Ulrike Röttger, Professorin für Public Relations an der Universität Münster.