Today’s links of interest:
- Do You Recall What Was Revealed
Virginia Heffernan covers the Michelle Malkin/YouTube dust-up. Malkin, meanwhile, is exposed as one who doesn’t really get how this Internet thing works.
A look at the phenomenon from a lot of perspectives. Too much to summarize, but we know you want to read Times Emit for yourself anyway.
- Hold the Presses::MySpace May Be Worth $0 in Three Years
Yes, there’s a backlash. Yes, there’s schadenfreude. And, yes, we think this is absolutely true. Find us one species more fickle than teenagers and we’ll give you a dollar. Cats don’t count — they’re not fickle, they’re picky.
- Google book searchers reading Koran, Chomsky
Also books on tropical flowers. Google’s weekly top-read list will offer an entirely new kind of view into what people are looking for in books.
- Album Art War
Back in the day music used to come in a package that featured art work (aka album art). Now that album art has been abandoned the album covers are left to fight it out amongst themselves.