Every 60 seconds, there are over 700,000 messages being delivered on Facebook, 2,000 000 videos are being watched and 175,000 Tweets are sent on Twitter. Funnily enough, not all of those will be tweeted at optimal times. This means over 250 million Tweets are now posted daily, up from 200 million in January.
Alex Cox, director of the classic Repo Man, talks with The Quietus's Craig Terlino about his frustrations with the entertainment industry, the alleged longstanding studio grudge that's prevented a US Repo Man Blu-Ray reissue, and his desire that his fans should 'pirate my work.'
Steve Jobs smelled so foul that none of his co-workers at Atari in the seventies would work with him. Entreating him to shower was usually futile; he’d inevitably claim that his strict vegan diet had rid him of body odor, thus absolving him of the need for standard hygiene habits. Later, friends would theorize that he had been exercising what would prove a limitless capacity for sustained and gratuitous lying that came to be nicknamed the 'reality distortion field.'
If my Mom asked me what smartphone to buy right this second, I’d tell her to wait — wait until the Nokia Lumia 900 is released. It’s that good. Windows Phone 7 is that good. It’s faster and more idiot-proof than Android and presents core functions like phone calling and messaging better than iOS.
The Guardian is on a 'mission' to be able to stand alone as a digital-only publication, and is mixing its stable of traditional journalists with enthusiastic laypeople, one of its most senior executives has claimed.
Harriet Harman, deputy leader the UK Labour Party, has explained her party's programme for the British Internet: 'implement the Digital Economy Act under a clear timetable including getting on with the notification letters.'
There's a boring, obscure video on YouTube titled 'Pregnancy Booster Clomid (Pregnancy Health Guru).' It has over 174 million views—beating famous songs by Katy Perry, Bieber, and Chris Brown. How? Like dozens of others, it's pretend porn.
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