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Lincoln, Facebook and journalism

A funny thing happened yesterday involving Facebook, patents and Abraham Lincoln. It’s a good lesson about the difference between blogging, curation and journalism.

On gaming the Internet

I once worked with a guy — let’s call him Jim — whom our company hired because he was influential on Digg. He could singlehandedly drive huge volumes of traffic to any website.

Google Glasses. What could go wrong?

Here’s something visionary. Google has revealed that its engineers are developing a wearable computer: A mobile device built into eyeglasses. Bravo to Google for being ambitious. Will this possibly be good?

What’s your phone saying about you?

You can tell a lot about people just by the kinds of phones they carry around. Breaking Copy is pleased to present this handy guide on how to judge people based on their phones.

Santorum’s “Google Problem” solved

For years, the first result in Google for “Santorum” was a prank site that reads, “The frothy mixture of lube and fecal matter that is sometimes the by-product of anal sex.” This week, Google finally deemed presidential candidate Rick Santorum … Continue reading

The smoking phone

I saw this anti-drug PSA in the newspaper today and did a double-take. Then I thought, “Hey, clever!” This ad is a few years old, but it was new to me.

New words, January 2012

Here are a few new words I’ve noticed in circulation lately.

Nike’s manic, dizzying “Counts” ad

Think you’re a movie, TV and music geek? See how many of the clips can you identify in this new, mashed-up Nike commercial.

Targeting gone wrong: The sinking ship

Anybody want to go on a discounted cruise? Anybody?

Lipton Brisk commercial: Episode I

From a galaxy far, far away comes this new commercial for Lipton Brisk starring a clay-animated version of Yoda.