“the largest-ever social change event on the Web…”
CNN, on the third, annual Blog Action Day. The topic this year was climate change. According to Blogpulse, number of posts about climate change on a given day shot up by 500%
“Sometimes I feel like we’re a colony of ants who’ve come across a cell phone…”
Peter Hagoort, a researcher at the Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics in the Netherlands. He was speaking of the way the brain processes thoughts and speech in milliseconds, but scientists still puzzle over how this happens.
“This is punitive. This is not just a matter of, ‘This is for the good of the company or the good of the nation.”
Banking analyst Nancy Bush, on the Treasury Dept, demanding that outgoing Bank of America CEO Kenneth D. Lewis returns about $1 million he received so far this year plus his $1.5 million salary for 2009
“iTunes is a pain in the posterior, and I never use it unless I absolutely have to.”
Sallie Goetsch, (she of the Podcast Asylum, a podcast and blog consultancy) in a contribution to For Immediate Release podcast
“Is print dead? No, but it just got a little less tasty.”
2 thoughts on “Quotes of the week ending 17 October 09”
Ta for the quote–and more for not putting a redundant definite article in front of “hoi polloi.”
Thanks for highlighting the quote…doing the Media Monitoring Minutes for FIR is fun!
Sorry for the delay in thanking, also–been unplugged all week on vacation!