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#115: Remembering Jody Sherman

#114: The Answer is Just a Click Away

Confession #113: Get Off My Stoop

Confession #112: Screen Rage

Confession #111: They Know You’re Reading This

Confession #110: Kitties, Komen and The New Editor of Mainstream News

Confession #109: Something Disintegrates at a Burger King

Confession #108: I Made This on a Mac

#107: Start-ups, VCs and Assholes in the Age of the Personal Brand

Confession #106: Does the Internet Make You More Connected?

Confession #105: The Action Movie Blog Post

Confession #104: I Wish I Could Be More Like My Avatar

Confession #103: The First Rule of Tweet Club

Confession #102: I Don’t Care if You Read This Article

Confession #101: Calling the Internet Police

Confession #100: Buried Under an Avalanche of Options

Confession #99: Jimmy Wong Saves the Internet

Confession #98: Why We Need Charlie Sheen

Confession #97: Breaking News: Man Tweets Without Really Thinking About It First

Confession #96: Is the Internet God?

Want Your Kids to Read and Exercise? Talk to the Hand.

Warville: When Facebook Brings Home to the Battlefield

Confession #95: I Can’t Turn Off The News

Is There Room For Compassion in the Age of Linking?

The Straw Man Revolution

Confession #94: Now Selling on the Web: You

Confession #93: I’m Only Socially Isolated When We’re Together

When the Boombox Ruled the Streets

Internet by the Numbers: It’s Getting Crowded in Here

Confession #92: Do You Wanna Go Faster?

Zuckerberg and Assange Are Already in Your Underpants. It’s Too Late to Pull Up Your Zipper

Confession #91: You Can’t Turn Off The Machine

TV: Americans Refuse to Shut Off The Box

My Cell Phone Has a Line to the Past

An Introvert Goes Online

The 200 Billion-to-One Longshot

Who Are We? Just Ask Facebook

How Did Advertisers Figure Out I’m a Broken Freak?

What if the Talmud is on a Kindle

When the Cloud is in Your Nightstand Drawer

There’s a Thief on My Wall (and he’s wearing my coat)

Confession #90: Why I Stopped Shooting Televisions

Internet and Generation E for Everyone

Everything About Nick Felton. And Then Some.

Help Wanted: Applicant Must Be Lazy, Unfocused, Selfish and Inexperienced

You’re Some of the Best Looking Hackers I’ve Ever Seen

Feeling Anti-Social? There’s An App for That

Twitter and Facebook Spill the 2010 Trends

All About Louis Gray

Confession #89: 100 People I Hate on Facebook

Confession #88: Offline Shopping is Alive and Trampling

Confession #87: I Can’t Keep It In My Pants

Confession #86: Walkman to Facebook: How Tuning Out Led to Tuning In

Confession #85: What Happens in Facebook…

Confession #84: The Revolution Will Not Be Tweeted (Unless It Is)

Confession #83: I Just Retweeted a Kidney

Confession #82: The Internet Era’s Unlikely Poster Child

Confession #81: Adolescence in the Age of Pay-Per-Minute Porn

Confession #80: I’ve Seen Your Future and It’s Been Edited

Confession #79: Pull Over Before You Read This

Confession #78: Facebook and Loathing in Las Vegas

Confession #77: You’ve Got to Face This Face

Confession #76: I’m Blogging From My Shower

Confession #75: I’m Swimming with Information Sharks

Confession #74: The Web’s Five Most Endangered Words

Confession #73: Dude, I’m Totally Wasted on the Internet

Confession #72: I’m Being Followed By My Life

Confession #71: Happy Birthday From Me and My Son’s Dentist

Confession #70: I Just Checked In To A Firing Squad

Confession #69: Snooki Saved My Marriage

Confession #68: The Internet Won’t Damage Your Brain – But it Might Ruin Your Life

Confession #67: Say Hello to My Little Friend

Confession #66: A Whiter Shade of Pale: Race and Diversity on the Web

Confession #65: I Am Being Followed By Helicopters

Confession #64: Tweet You and The Horse You Rode In On

Confession #63: Are We Really Dumb Zucks?

Confession #62: The Bad Man Lurking at Mountain Lake Park

Confession #61: I Read Alone

Confession #60: Like, Whatever

Confession #59: Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Text * but were afraid to ask

Confession #58: It Was the OKest of Times

Confession #57: Trying to Padlock a Cloud

Confession #56: I’m Looking at the Man in the iPhone

Confession #55: I Walked the Brooklyn Bridge Without Facebook

Confession #54: I’m Being Followed By Rogaine

Confession #53: An Open Letter to a Quitter

Confession #52: I Broke Up With Jenny McCarthy. Please RT

Confession #51: I Kissed an iPad and I Liked It

Confession #50: The Cell Phone Time Machine

Confession #49: The Doctor Will Google You Now

Confession #48: We All Have Photographic Memories

Confession #47: I’m a Web Analytics Junkie

Confession #46: Is the End of Privacy the End of Shame?

Confession #45: My Kids Refuse to Go Viral

Confession #44: My Head is in the Cloud

Confession #43: We’re Not Exactly ‘Friends’

Confession #42: I Take Web Freedom Classes from Dictators and Drug Dealers

Confession #41: I Just Retweeted @Ferrisbueller

Confession #40: The Tweet Locker

Confession #39: Curation Nation: We Can’t Stop Sharing News