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One of life's great ironies is that when you're younger, you can't
wait to get out of school, but as you get older, all you want is to
return to it.
Maybe that's because the world seemed simpler during those years,
but for me it's the growing realization that there's so much more
to learn about life, the universe, and everything--and a shrinking
amount of time in which to learn it. (Bonus points if you caught
that Douglas Adams reference.)
Alas, I lack the mountains of money usually required to go back to
Facebook, Inc, recently launched a brand-new ad format, called a
"Featured Story," which dumps paid content - rather than updates
from Great Aunt Lynn about her recent biopsy or one of those
internet memes - squarely into our news feeds. Worse, these paid
advertisements (a.k.a. "news feed) shows the actions of the
Facebook users friends and these ads are front-and-center on our
Facebook news feed.
Great. More ads.
I've been mildly annoyed by the ads (read: "Sponsored Stories") on
the sidebar of Facebook, but have been able to tune them out. Now,
when I'm blearily checking to see if I've gotten any response to my
"Which Disney Princess Are You?" post, I'm bound to accidentally
click a Featured Story.
You know what? I'm sick of ads.
Because I have to sell my firstborn son in order to see a movie
these days, I do it perhaps twice a year.
I know a ton of people who'd like to abandon their pricey home phone service, but still want the equivalent of a landline for convenience, emergencies--and the occasional marathon chat session (one that won't eat into their mobile minutes or drain their cell phone's battery).
We've discussed the cost of video games extensively here at the blog with the emphasis being on how expensive this hobby can be when wanting to get in on the latest games. Luckily there are some quality services out there offering games free to play, or FTP via the PC.
Netflix has completely transformed the DVD rental industry. There was a time that you used to have to hop in your car and drive to a movie rental store if you wanted to watch a movie at home. That day is long gone, thanks to Netflix. Netflix made it possible to have movies shipped directly to your home by mail and have movies streamed directly to your television. Netflix is truly a transformative company with a plethora of movie titles but the stock is not a great investment for new investors looking to buy.
Welcome back to the wonderful world of odd and interesting doodads. This week I return to share yet another wacky product found while on my endless journey through the strange new world we know as...The Internet.
(Cue ominous voice echoes...)
Speaking of the internet, I'm sure many of us have older relatives and friends who are just a bit, shall we say, less-than-savvy when it comes to navigating the web. Let's be honest--some are downright uncomfortable when it comes to maneuvering through websites. That feeling of unease can lead them to shy away from joining in the fun and cyber-connectivity of social sites like Facebook or Twitter.
Finally, a product has come along seeking to merge more old school sensibilities with new era forms of interaction.