Blog Focus: Crap Music, Jobs, Furyk, Tight Pants and Social Media Gurus
The Technorati writers were, once again, all over the board with their posts today. If you missed these, you might want to go back and check them out.
Mari Cobb writes, "Have your heard of that super-chain of compilation CD's called NOW! That's What I Call Music? Well, I think that whoever picks out that music sure does an insanely terrible job. Read more.
Dave Paulson writes about the jobs issues, "We’re in a heap of hurt here people. Unemployment is stuck at 9.5%, and real unemployment, which includes those who have stopped looking for work, is still at 16.5%. This means we have nearly 30 million Americans competing at a ratio of 5-to-1 for what jobs are presently available. Read more.
Furyk Missed the Alarm
Our resident golf writer Mike W., writes about Jim Furyk and his alarm clock mishap, "Jim Furyk, ranked #3 in the FedEx Cup standings, was disqualified today when missed he Pro-Am tee time. The former US Open champion overslept when his cell phone alarm didn't go off. Read more.
Our video editor Bryan McKay pulled a gem of a video, writing, "This video from Iowa-based performance artist Leslie Hall premiered back in February and has been slowly steamrolling along since then, garnering nearly 500,000 views through steady exposure. Read more.
Social Media Gurus Need to Go Away
Our newest edition to the editorial team, Assistant Editor Alex Priest, rants about the craziness going on with social media "gurus,", writing, "I'm not the first to complain about the plethora of 'social media gurus' on the Web, and I will certainly not be the last. But after seeing this list of stupid social media titles, I felt the need to point out a few reasons all the 'gurus' and 'ninjas' are totally worthless, and why it'd be nice if they'd just go away and spare us all the trouble of ignoring their spammy follow on Twitter. Read more.
What did you read on Technorati today?