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mallowsandhotchoco:

Mash It Up 2K10 by Crevo

A mash up of some of the top songs in 2010

Usher - OMG
Usher - DJ Got Us Fallin In Love
Ke$ha - Blah Blah Blah
Jay Sean -2012
Katy Perry - California Gurls
Bruno Mars - Just The Way You Are
Rihanna - Only Girl
Far East Movement - Like A G6
Taio Cruz - Dynamite
Black Eyed Peas - Rock Your Body
Katy Perry - Teenage Dream
Young Money - Bed Rock
Black Eyed Peas - The Time (The Dirty Bit)
Lady Gaga - Alejandro
Eminem f. Rihanna - Love The Way You Lie
Flo Rida - Club Can’t Handle Me
Justin Bieber - Baby
Drake - Find Your Love
Ke$ha - Your Love Is My Drug
Nicki Minaj - Your Love
B.O.B - Airplanes

TOO COOL FOR WORDS.
You’ll easily get LSS-ed. 

wootam:

Holy crap. Underground in a New York subway tunnel, a sewer, and a bridge. UNDERCITY.

unmediated:

What makes Facebook interesting these days? Basically the same things that made AOL a star a decade earlier.

  • private messaging without an external email client: just like AOL!
  • live chat: just like AOL!
  • integrated games and shopping: just like AOL!
  • every company feels a need to be there: just like AOL!

And here we are again, with consumers converging on a single site and companies clamoring to capture their attention.

AOL was eventually done in by a lack of openness and charging for options that were free elsewhere. So far, Facebook has avoided those mistakes. It will be interesting to see what social and economic forces drive its future—and whether it ultimately becomes something other than The Next AOL.

bird-rock:

Ohohoo~~ Just doing this in case anyone clicks ‘bird-rock’ from a previous post. I’m under a new name now, Ran-Fan.

bird-rock:

Ohohoo~~ Just doing this in case anyone clicks ‘bird-rock’ from a previous post. I’m under a new name now, Ran-Fan.

I cannot stress this enough

mattttfigga:

I’m jealous of black guys.

brokenheartedfestivities:

steelsamurai:

I needed this on my blog again

dear LORD THIS SONG.

i miss you

ispyalexa:

and your bed.

IMO (in regards to the Justin Bieber Rolling Stones shit)

diamondveins:

onlydesire:

must watch.

Almost cried.

The emergence of a new media system is typified by a period of transposition, where the behavioural grammar of the previous system remains dominant. The first television shows were radio shows with people talking directly into camera. The first films were stageplays that had been filmed. And the first marketing forays online took what we knew about media and branding from broadcast media and applied it to a whole new space.

But digital is different. Digital is not a channel. It’s a suite of platforms, channels and tactics that will, ultimately subsume its parents entirely. Digital marketing is not simply a new place to disperse persuasive symbols, but the emergence of any entirely new behavioural grammar, as companies and their customer begin to engage with each other in entirely new ways in entirely new spaces, where everyone has an equal voice.

Let me just say this is a tad verbose, but on point.  I’m not sure ‘behavorial grammar’ is an entirely appropriate way of characterizing the digital ecosystem.   Digital is rapidly developing its own language (and of course the means of structuring its discourse, ie grammar) which will ultimately redefine all interactions between people and, well, everything else.

From this MUST READ post by Faris, ”A decade of digital: 10 things for 2010” (via alexjcampbell)

(via digital-cruise)

(via aboutwomm)

connorpj:

Thomas Friedman:

If we were a serious country, this is what the midterms would be about: How do we generate the jobs needed to sustain our middle class and pay for new infrastructure? It would require a different kind of politics — one that doesn’t conform to either party’s platform. We will have to raise some taxes to generate revenue, like on energy or maybe a value-added tax, and lower others, on payrolls to stimulate work, and on multinational corporations to get them to bring the trillion dollars they have offshore back to the U.S. for investment. We will have to adjust some services, like Social Security, while we invest in new infrastructure, like high-speed rail and Internet bandwidth; the U.S. ranks 22nd in the world in average connection speed. And, most of all, we will have to have an honest discussion about how we got in this rut.

(via Instapaper)

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