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I never said I was going to play fair…

Although, now I have a question for you – the Mach5 versus the Batmobile.  Who’s got the better car?

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I could be less subtle, but I’d have to seriously try..

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In case you’re wondering, I was mostly taking this links post deal seriously at any point in the show. However, this one’s just the light entertainment hour of the internet…

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Feeds, feedreaders, twitter clients and other misc.rounds

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A drawing for a booster engine for steam locomotives. Engineering is applied to design, with emphasis on function and the utilization of mathematics and science.Image via Wikipedia

Can you use it for good, evil or fun? A couple of views on how to assess the usefulness of a internet technology for marketing, non marketing and other uses

  • How devices that were designed for sharing cute dog pics can be easily repurposed into more complex and heavy duty marketing/social change systems because of the robust nature of the underlying systems.

Now for the controversy – it’s time for a quick game of Bash The Younger Generation!

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    Do you plan? Plan and adapt? Plan, adapt and intelligent design/evolve? Here’s a mixed round up of the old classic question – plans, planning process or the implementation?

    And a couple of padding out the numbers links…

    • Sometimes you need a bigger boat. This little device is designed to ruining the track software data some ISPs want to collect. Use it. Spread the word, and kill off the pointless collation of meaningless datasets in the so called name of “market research”
    • Speaking HTML is a vital new media language skill. It shows up at the strangest of places and times, and knowing it like a second syntax helps make the internet just that little bit more useful
    • David Seah – A Chindogu Clock for Procrastinators
      A clock that’s never late but 3d6 ahead of schedule? It’s sufficiently odd that it could just work. (BTW, you would probably need 3d6 – 3 for true representation of the clock)

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