If Hamlet Doth Tweeted

September 1, 2010

To tweet or not to tweet – that is the question: Whether ’tis nobler in the cloud to suffer The slings and arrows of experts and entrepreneurs Or to ignore a sea of DMs And by opposing them, lose followers. To lie, to tweet No more – and by not tweeting to say we end [...]

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The Green Report On The Current Environment

August 10, 2010

Tlgm, a short swarthy man with greenish skin from the planet H51 in the Andromeda Galaxy,  stepped out of his ship near the biggest Air Force base in the U.S. He had surreptitiously dropped by earth to observe the current state of affairs on this unorthodox planet. Tlgm’s job was to take note of social [...]

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A Men’s Room With A View

July 20, 2010

For years I’ve pondered the universal question that plagues American males. Why can’t we read signs on public restroom doors? Somewhere there may be a man who hasn’t accidentally entered the ladies room; I have yet to meet him. Over the years I’ve found myself red-faced, disconcerted as I apologetically back out the door of [...]

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Phreeked Out, Gone Phishing

March 30, 2010

The first time I ever heard the English alphabet letter F replaced with Ph was when some kid in the office used the word phat. He kept referring to both human and non-human things as fat. One day we were alone, just a couple of guys, when I asked, “What the do you mean calling [...]

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