The Google Bubble

Eli Pariser, author of The Filter Bubble: What the Internet Is Hiding from You, explains how websites from Facebook to Google change our search results to tell us want they think we already want to hear: “Don’t Bubble Us” is another link concisely summing up these themes. Duck Duck Go is a search engine which [Read More...]

A 1917 Subway Car Back In Service In NYC

There is a subway that I sometimes ride that shuttles back and forth all day between Grand Central Station and Times Square and it is the most wonderful subway advertising experience because the entire interior of the train will be designed as a giant ad for something—be it the baseball playoffs or a Broadway show [Read More...]

Two Artificially Intelligent "Chatbots" Talk About God

and other stuff: There you have it, even artificial intelligence cannot talk about God coherently. Your Thoughts? [Read more...]

How They Used To Make Books

Oh what we take for granted. Your Thoughts? [Read more...]

God (i.e., Google) Tells Us The Future

Google, the most divine being on Earth, has these prophecies about the future for us (via its prophet, xkcd): Your Thoughts? [Read more...]

Vintage Kermit the Frog From “Sam & Friends” On Visual Thinking

Amazing footage, it boggles my mind to see Kermit in the ’50s: It’s such a shame that Jim Henson’s deft, pitch perfect sense of humor and imagination died with him. Most things muppet-related have been bland, assembly line, Disneyfied hack work since 1990. Blegh. Kermit the Frog is dead, long live Kermit the Frog. Your [Read More...]

1/4 Of All Internet Time Is Spent On Facebook

Just one of the interesting details from this informative interview about marketing on Facebook: This reminds me, please like Camels With Hammers on Facebook to stay caught up with us and help spread the word about the site to your friends!  Your support or lack thereof makes or breaks a blog.  Never underestimate your power [Read More...]

Daily Hilarity: Anatomy Of The Archetypical Internet Debate

I admit parts of this hit a little too close to home.  And by “home” I mean Facebook of course. via Your Thoughts? [Read more...]

Is Facebook For Networking Or Isn’t It?

Last year, the week of Easter, atheists all over Facebook changed our pictures to the “scarlet A”, signifying our willingness to stand out and stand up in solidarity with other atheists. “‘A’ Week” was a major event for me since I got the idea of mass-friending people with the A avatars without even realizing there [Read More...]


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