How do you know whether something you read on the web is true? You can’t know, at least, not for sure.
This makes it important to read carefully and to evaluate what you read.
This is from Robin Good’s blog
A mixed bag this week, there wasn’t a lot silly enough to really warrant a “serious time waster” tag.
This is weird. The LEGOTIC Self-Adaptative Hand http://mapage.noos.fr/chrismaker/hand.htm
This is Japanese TV silly. A Guy is strapped down into a pack of pressurized tanks and launched into the air. I thonk mythbusters should look into this one. http://www.lookatentertainment.com/v/v-1169.htm
This is just weird. A song about cows who start a revolution against their farmers http://www.lookatentertainment.com/v/v-1216.htm (Ahh George Orwell if only you had been a Flash guru instead of a writer http://www.online-literature.com/orwell/animalfarm/ )
So for all you people up the back who came in late, the all time favourites by amount of feedback/abuse thus far are
Google Earth http://earth.google.com/ (and http://maps.google.com/) just by a whisker
“Language is a Virus” http://languageisavirus.com/ catching up fast
and The National Geographic article on tornadoes
is running third.
(I actually think the the games ones are the most popular and that everyone is so sucked in to them they dont have as chance to send feedback/abuse).
(currently listening to old Tom Waits and Jackson Browne songs)