Does anyone really care?
HOLLYWOOD AND CYBERSPACE: The entertainment industry has once again celebrated the world of entertainment, with the annual Academy Awards going even more viral than usual thanks to a selfie of several prominent entertainers that set new records for social sharing. The selfie in question was taken by entertainer Bradley Cooper ( …
Yes we care
Not about the content, but next time someone asks you if "we really need x resource?" you can think about what happens if this project scales 100 fold, 1000 fold etc. Ask for the upper design limit in writing. Good luck with that.
Why would anyone retweet this tat? There is nothing even remotely interesting about this photo.
Re: Yes we care
"you can think about what happens if this project scales 100 fold, 1000 fold etc."
That's what Azure + Autoscaling can fix:
Ignorance is bliss?
I'm not sure whether to be proud or ashamed, but I don't recognise a single one of the people in that photo. Which probably means I don't watch enough award ceremonies.
Re: Ignorance is bliss?
Not even Brad Pitt or... Err... Is that Kevin Spacey?
And Ellen, but only because of seeing her interview hugh laurie...
You know, you may have a point...
I don't know any of the people in this photo.
Yeah, who the hell has heard of Meryl Streep or Brad Pitt?
Definitely a white Note 3 as far as I can make out!
And yes, that battery life is atrocious.
This article and others like it should wear the "Beiber" tag.
Cuz really, only teenage girls and stay-at-home moms care about this.
I do think that should be "Bieber", or do you mean "BuhBye-ber"?
Selfies: How times change
Selfies were easily ignored pics taken by geeks. then a couple of PR people touted celebrity selfies, uncool dinosaur news organizations, desperate for some attention and to get down with the kids, jumped on board and suddenly they're cool.
You knew Instagram went to shit the moment you searched for, say, #ledlightbulb or #tescovalue, and nearly all the pics returned were selfies.
"MILLION-RETWEET goss and glamour"
Pretty sure my vocabulary is progressively retreating out the hipster influence sphericule, but I still do think that should be "gloss", not "goss".
It's a crowdsourced
Distributed Denial of Sense.