Oh I still remember blackboards, Kim. Got a lot of dust in my eyes back in the day. But as a student, I think it'll be funnier to see a stuffed Angry Bird getting hurled at your classmate than a piece of chalk (or a board marker!) flying through the classroom :)
Boling, human beings are no doubt the nosiest freaking species in this sector of the known universe. Why it's like that I don't know. Maybe we've been isolated here in our little corner of the galaxy for that reason. So we'll keep our noses out of everyone elses damn business.
Curiosity Rover. No doubt martians will be thinking . . here comes the earthlings and their snooping technology nosing into our privacy and personal business again. Curiosity Rover is the kind of name you might see on a tracking cookie actually, along with Doubleclick, Quantcast, Tynt Tracer, and all the others.
A friend of mine who's a teacher has toyed with the idea of flinging stuffed Angry Birds to students sleeping in his class. I'm thinking Rovio could make more money out of that if they sold slingshots too.
John Glenn's public figure Facebook page has over 5,000 likes. The official Facebook Angry Birds page? You really want to know? Over 16 million likes. That's what I meant by using Neil Armstrong's quote about how small we are growing. If that makes sense.
Marissa Mayer at Yahoo has come out with her strategy on turning the company around: culture, company, calibration, and compensation. But Yahoo needs to have a technical approach to the mobile cloud opportunity, not a management theory lesson.
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