TweetCloud has been around, but not too many people know about it. Basically it attempts to show Tweople what’s trending across Twitter by keyword or what a specific user tweets most. Hit up the site, enter a keyword or username, and you’ll see something like this:
Back in March, Stephen Colbert auctioned a self-portrait and raised $26K for needy students. To raise more money he took it to the next level and announced on The Colbert Report that his BFFFSM (Best Friend Forever For Six Months) Jimmy Fallon would match his donation. Only problem was Fallon never agreed. So, Fallon pulled a Colbert and announced on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon that if his audience could raise the $26K Colbert would sing Rebecca Black’s “Friday” with The Roots (Fallon’s in-house band).
Long story longer Colbert eventually sang Friday with Jimmy Fallon, The Roots, and Taylor Hicks. Check it out…
Welcome back to my weekly post RE: 7 things I’m pondering, I’ve read, or that I just want to write about. It’s basically a place for me to write more stupid **** for you to read.
This time around I’m delving into how lazy we’ve become as a connected society. Instead of learning info for future regurgitation we tend to look it up on the Interwebs or respond to inquiries with “Let me Google that for you.” Well, not today. Check out my top seven questions I’m too lazy to Google (and Google them for me).