Dear Google Translate:
In my polyglot friendships you really are a lifesaver! However when I go to a sample webpage full of Lorum Ipsum text, guess what – I really really don’t want you to translate it into Italian, mmmk. Are we clear? Yeah get on that.
Muphry’s law is an adage that states: “If you write anything criticizing editing or proofreading, there will be a fault of some kind in what you have written.” The name is a deliberate misspelling of Murphy’s law.
“A person spends years coming into this own, developing his talent, his unique gifts, perfecting his discriminations about the world, broadening and sharpening his appetite, learning to bear the disappointments of life, becoming mature, seasoned – finally a unique creature in nature, standing with some dignity and nobility and transcending the animal condition, no longer a complete reflex, not stamped out of any mold – and then the real tragedy: That it might take sixty years of incredible suffering and effort to make such an individual, and then he is good only for dying.” – Ernest Becker discussing Andre Malraux
It is like a train wreck we can’t look away from. How much is too much? What a life like this has to teach us about Social Media. That is the topic of our round-table here in the Think Tank @ GLEAMsocial
Favorite Moment of the Week: Hanging at Hobo Chess Park when a homeless man yells into cell phone: “I won’t eat your pussy, you’re my daughter” – there isn’t enough therapy in the world that could erase that memory.
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