I’m going to experiment with a new format for our Friday posts for a while. Instead of jamming a collection of links into a list to let you sort out, mainly through clicking on them, I’m going to jam a collection of links into a list with section headers because it looks much more impressive. And maybe, somewhere in this foggy notion I have in my mind right now, it will help you make sense of the links I’m curating. This idea is shamelessly stolen and modified The Daily What. Remember, great artists steal!
So here goes. Watch.
How black hat SEOs justify their existence. Great insight into the underbelly (and general science) of search engine optimization.
The impact of satellite television on the Arab world. Much more interesting than my little blurb there suggests.
Borders to file for bankruptcy. This makes me sad, as just the other day a friend and I were sitting around discussing the autumn of the traditional bookstore and its impact on culture.
Arnold Schwarzenegger returns to acting. How did he announce his comeback? On Twitter, of course.
Up for some pretty downright scary bedtime reading? Reddit once again comes through with a thread entitled What’s the creepiest thing you’ve seen or heard in real life?
Buy an expensive leather bag from the cow you just ate.
The 11 countries at risk of becoming the next Egypt.
Listen to This
Jeff Buckley’s Hallelujah. I think people need to be reminded of this masterpiece once in a while. I mean it.
Have a good weekend, everyone.
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