About 2 days ago, I reached 50 blog posts over my two blogs. Here’s my most popular content from my march to 100 posts. What happens after I hit 100 posts? I guess I’ll just keep going. The most clicked through on Facebook and Twitter: Crowd-sourced television goes to the next level with Bar Karma [...]
Blockbuster filed for bankruptcy a while back and has now put itself up for sale. This isn’t really top of the internet as much as it is ‘everyone on the internet saw this coming in 1999.’ The slow-to-awaken video rental chain, which is now $1 billion in debt, is fielding an offer for $290 million.
The latest revolution is in Bahrain, with protests exploding in the capital Manama. Find out more, along with the rest of the internet’s coolest links.
AOL has acquired the Huffington Post and put Arianna Huffington in charge of their content as editor in chief. This is a big deal, in more ways then one. The price of the Huffington Post was $315 million.