A potentially unwitting homage to the link economy

In the culture of blogs, permalinks, trackbacks, and a now somewhat fading ethos of online publishing behavior, to link to something is/was to not only reference it but also to credit it. In linking, we build a new pathway to it, ascribe some authority to it in the eyes of Google and the world, expose […]

How Different Groups Spend Their Day – Interactive Graphic – NYTimes.com

Via @johnmorton, a fun and interesting infographic at NYT to play around with about how Americans spent their day in 2008, according to the American Time Use Survey. Cropped screenshot below: A couple of interesting things I noted as I flipped between highlighted slices of the graph: People without kids work less and watch more […]

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