Podcast experiment – episode 000 – Watercooler Report

Podcast: Play in new window We have been working on the concept for this podcast for months. We hope you like our first beta episode. Please leave your comments. We hope to cover news, information and insights that are missed by other news and entertainment podcasts. The show is recorded with minimal pre-show discussion to … Read morePodcast experiment – episode 000 – Watercooler Report

Two-state Bresnan outage reveals why traditional news media is dying

I found this logo by doing a Google image searchWhen you are a computer guy, you know when the Internet is out somewhere. Calls come in all at once.

Last night, I was mini-golfing with my kids and my cell phone buzzed. It was a friend informing me that their Bresnan Internet and phone service wasn’t working. I had them do the usual modem and router reset. That didn’t fix the problem, so I blamed Bresnan and told them to wait it out. As I was hanging up, my call waiting went off – it was someone 20 miles away from the previous caller with exactly the same problem. I blamed Bresnan and answered the next call waiting call.

I walked the last few holes so that I could talk on my cell phone to comfort people during their time of loss.

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Google creative mind moves to Twitter

paidContent.org (I like how the chose to capitalize the C but not the p) is reporting in a story by Joseph Tartakoff that Google’s Lead Designer, or Design Lead, rather is headed to Twitter. Read the full story here: Industry Moves: Twitter Hires Google’s Head Designer As Creative Director | paidContent.org .

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