CKLN 88.1 FM's Rude Awakening: Predictive Programming vs. Free Will in the Twitterverse - December 16, 2010
December 16, 2010
CKLN 88.1 FM's Rude Awakening
Predictive Programming vs. Free Will in the Twitterverse
Featuring: Gil Scott-Heron, Alan Watt
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This episode: no matter how far we've gone, can we always turn around? Should we fight for our living standards? Why don't we try to make more specific plans to achieve local goals to help more people make better choices to resist the new world order? Can we push our politicians? Who's spying on us and why? What ideas do we get in fiction to accept later as fact? How seriously do we take stuff on Twitter? Why does our media focus our attention on nonsense? Should we just laugh all this off?
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How the Animated Series G.I. Joe Predicted Today’s Illuminati Agenda
By Vigilant | December 9th, 2010
G.I. Joe is an iconic cartoon TV show that marked an entire generation of young boys during the 80s. Most fans still recall the main characters and the epic gun fights. But what about the storyline? A look at the TV series in today’s context is quite a strange experience: Many of Cobra’s “far-out” plots are actually happening today. Could G.I. Joe be a case of predictive programming? We will look at some G.I. Joe episodes describing the replacement of the US dollar and the usage of mind control on celebrities and civilians and see how they relate in today’s context.
Twitter Valued At $3.7 Billion
Red Orbit | December 16, 2010
Less than a year after Twitter began making its first efforts to make money, it announced that it had raised $200 million in a financing deal that values the microblogging service at $3.7 billion.
Justin Bieber crowned 'Most Influential Twitter Celebrity'
John Dorian | International Business News | December 16, 2010
... The klout score is arrived using an algorithm which takes into account 35 factors, such as a celebrity's number of retweets and followers. Bieber has more than 6 million followers which may have boost his klout score.
Soulja Boy’s New Album “The Deandre Way” Sold Less Than 15K Copies Last Week
Staff | GossipOnThis.com | December 9, 2010
Soulja Boy Tell ‘Em may have over 2,000,000 followers on Twitter, but judging by the numbers of albums he sold last week, less than 1% of them actually went out and bought the man’s album! Find out the details on how many units SB pushed below:
Soulja Boy’s third studio album The DeAndre Way sold a very disappointing 13,360 copies in its first week of release, debuting on the Billboard 200 albums chart at #79. …… Can you say FLOP?
SOULJA BOY IS FLYING AROUND
Soulja Boy is still around, but lil buddy is laying low after his sales fail. I heard he is very embarrassed, but he is actually traveling the world. I heard he’s left the country for a bit of time away. Must be nice.
Wikileaks Drama Forces Twitter to ‘Explain’ Trending Service
Frank Reed | Marketing Pilgrim | December 9, 2010
... Possible translation: Twitter Trends has nothing to do with substance but everything to do with helping to increase levels of ADHD in an already distracted world. Wow, that was revealing and a little bit sad all at once.
It continues with an explanation of what makes a trend a trend.
Students falling head over heels for online flirting site
Misty Harris | PostMedia News / Vancouver Sun | December 15, 2010
Enter LikeALittle.com, an online "flirting-facilitator platform" that's taking college campuses by storm — and usurping kismet in the process. The site combines the immediacy of Twitter, the mystery of Missed Connections, and the location sensitivity of Foursquare, all with the intention of making instant online matches between strangers in the same place at the same time.
Social Networking (The Shorter Version): Past, Present, Future
Mark Suster | Business Insider | December 6, 2010
This blog post originally appeared in serialized form here on TechCrunch. This version is the shorter, ADHD version.
E-mail and social networking can have a huge effect on productivity
By Catherine Quinn | The Scotsman | December 14, 2010
Do you arrive at work and check on three different inboxes or social media sites before getting down to business? If you do, you're certainly not alone. Technology may have cut our work time in some respects, but research now shows that an alarming number of us are quite literally becoming attention deficit as a result.
"I call it Attention Deficit Trait," explains psychiatrist Dr Edward Hallowell, who is an expert in attention deficit hyperacticity disorder (ADHD). "It's sort of like the normal version of attention deficit disorder. But it's a condition induced by modern life, in which you've become so busy attending to so many inputs and outputs that you become increasingly distracted, irritable, impulsive, restless and, over the long-term, underachieving."
‘Martial Law UK’ tops Google following protest ban
Infowars | December 15, 2010
Following a decision in the UK to ban protesting, the term “Martial Law UK” has gone viral, reaching #1 on Google’s Trends this Wednesday, December 15, 2010. Thanks to our supporters for another successful bombardment of the media cycle in attempt to inject real issues into the debate.
The Prussian education system was a system of mandatory education dating to the early 19th century. Parts of the Prussian education system have served as models for the education systems in a number of other countries, including Japan and the United States.
Schools can keep private daycare deals: Premier
The Canadian Press | The Metro | December 16, 2010
Ontario won’t force its school boards to cancel deals with private daycare providers as they try to roll out the government’s ambitious full-day learning plan, Premier Dalton McGuinty said yesterday.
Alex Jones - December 6 2010 6 & Charlotte Iserbyt
Alex talks with whistleblower Charlotte Iserbyt who served as Senior Policy Advisor in the Office of Educational Research and Improvement, U.S. Department of Education, during the first Reagan Administration. Iserbyt is the author of The Deliberate Dumbing Down of America, a chronological history of the past 100+ years of education reform. The book argues that the academic meltdown in our public education system is intentional.
Ham over turkey this holiday?
TorStar News Service | The Metro | December 16, 2010
Do you wish you could be a holiday ham? The one who tells jokes at the office or neighbourhood party that actually make people laugh?
Your efforts at humour can bring the ho ho hos you crave, if you follow expert advice.
As a professor with Humber College’s Comedy Program, Larry Horowitz has taught at least 3,000 people to be funny and says he’s never met anyone who couldn’t successfully tell a joke.
Gil Scott-Heron - 'I'm New Here' (official video)
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