[gallery] markcoatney: 2105: today: Matt Lauer returns to his boyhood newspaper route. And just when I was thinking the Today Tumblr stream was surprisingly Lauer-free…. I think celeb paper boys is the new model that will save print media. ...

http://www.liveleak.com/e/975_1283799588 Pacific Sun Cruise liner in very heavy seas Somebody should replace the music track with that 1996 song from Jamiroquai.(Source: http://www.liveleak.com/)...

[gallery] Google’s Schmidt’s Odd Vision for The Future of Search - Science and Tech - The Atlantic “What Schmidt is describing is push-push-push. It sounds like narrowcasting, that awkward phrase for broadcasting in an era without mass audiences. Might that be useful? Absolutely. But I don’t think...

[gallery] Age Groups and Social Networking  Normally I like eMarketer reports, but I have two issues with this chart: 1) 2005-2008 is misleadingly (at first glance) lumped together. 2) The odd age groups likely skew the results – e.g. 30-year-olds lumped with 49-year-olds?...

[gallery] The Most Influential Celebrities on Twitter by Clickthrough Rate Where is our President? Is Mashable really a “celebrity”? Who else is missing?...

[gallery] Life Without a TV Set? Not Impossible - NYTimes.com This year, more people prized their microwaves than their televisions. More people valued their landline phones, their clothes dryers, and even their air-conditioners....

[gallery] “What the biggest problem with Ping? It is fundamentally flawed because it doesn’t interact with your iTunes music collection. It only plays nice with the limited selection of music obtained through Apple’s store.” (via The Ping Problems: Is Apple To Blame, Or The Music Labels?) Exactly. And...