Links van 12 juni 2011 tot 13 juni 2011

Small Group Of People Dominate Some Internet Discussions
An analysis of political and philosophical newsgroups found that half of all replies were directed at just two percent of thread initiators. In related news, bear shits in wood.

Why did Apple choose Twitter over Facebook?
Twitter will be deeply integrated into iOS 5, bit not Facebook. Why? There are surprisingly many answers. Among them: Apple and Facebook have contradictory priorities for customer content, and they are increasingly app platform competitors.

Game, Set, iMatch
Notice how Facebook is missing from these and many other words we’re hearing these days.

Facebook Sees Big Traffic Drops in US and Canada as It Nears 700 Million Users Worldwide
Most prominently, the United States lost nearly 6 million users, falling from 155.2 million at the start of May to 149.4 million at the end of it. This is the first time the country has lost users in the past year. Canada also fell significantly, by 1.52 million down to 16.6 million

What Happens When A Canon Shooter Uses A Nikon
10 year Canon shooter tries the Nikon system for the first time at a wedding.

Outrageous and Courageous: The Myth and Legend of Shecky Greene
"Frank Sinatra saved my life once. He said, "Okay, boys. That's enough." – Shecky Greene

internet k-hole
Internet K-Hole is an image blog consisting mostly of anonymous snapshots and Polaroids from the 1970s through the 1990s presented at random without description or context that go on for ever and ever and ever. (Some images NSFW.)

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