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Stages of football through my life

[Warning to American football lovers, you may not like this blog post. Also, this post is about American football, not the football known in America as soccer] Growing up as a baseball fan, football was never really part of my life, until 2004 when I joined a fantasy football league. Through the years I grew […]

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Bar chart showing reply percentage of the top 10 journalists on Twitter

Reply rate of the top 10 journalists on Twitter

Barkha Dutt of the Washington Post is the most-engaged top journalist on Twitter. 64% of the reporter’s tweets are at-replies. That’s how to use Twitter–as an engagement platform, not a broadcast platform. How do the other most-followed journalists on Twitter rate with their response level? Poynter published a list of the the most-followed journalists on Twitter: Anderson […]

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Links from July 2017

Twenty links this month. This is a collection of articles where I left a comment in July 2017 Work of the Week: Statue of a Ram | The Art Institute of Chicago And the palm trunk also serves to tickle the ram’s belly. Stored on: July 31, 2017 A slow modem is a pigeon – Spudart […]

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Links from June 2017

Keep track of the comments you leave on blogs and articles. I store my comments in a bookmarking service pinboard. These bookmarks are handy when you need to recall a specific article. Every month will post links to the blog posts and articles where I have left a comment. In June 2017, there are 22 such […]

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I love looking at progress bars

Many people hate progress bars. You copy a bunch of files from one hard drive to another. Then you have to wait. And wait. And wait. However, I love progress bars. How far along is it? I love checking. Right now I’m moving a website over to a new host. That too, gets a progress bar. […]

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