It's Friday and while "patiently" waiting for the Internet to catch up with my goals today (YouTube is taking forever to load an instructional video), I decided it was time for another edition of ... posts from my Bloglines account:
- Is there such a thing as social media elitism?
"We’re developing a tunnel vision as social media is becoming the most important pillar of the online world." - Jay Dolan, Social Media Today
- Google Kills Background Images on Home Page
"Fourteen hours into a 24-hour experiment with background imagery, Google's home page is once again stark white." --Tom Krazit, Cnet News
- Internet Procrastination at it's absolute finest. This is you, really YOU
A cartoon originally from comics.com on The Next Web Sharables.
- Blogger Template Designer Now Available to Everyone
"we’re excited to announce that the Blogger Template Designer is now available to everyone." -- Blogger Buzz
- City of New York Blankets Times Square with Giant QR Codes
"To celebrate Internet Week 2010, the City of New York outfitted Times Square with giant QR codes earlier today. It’s called “The City at Your Fingerprints” and eleven New York agencies participated in the interactive billboard initiative." -- Jennifer Van Grove, Mashable.com
- PewResearch Report: The Future of Cloud Computing
"Technology experts and stakeholders say they expect they will ‘live mostly in the cloud’ in 2020 and not on the desktop, working mostly through cyberspace-based applications accessed through networked devices." -- Future of the Internet
- This last entry features a Plagiarism Video (subtitles in English) from the University of Bergen's YouTube Channel. I found it via iLibrarian who in turn found it via Librarians Matter.