“We’ve got the Internet here at Signal, and it’s been a miracle that we’ve been able to stay on air … “Don’t ask me how we’ve managed to do that.”
Mario Viau, station director at SignalFM, in Port-au-Prince, which has been on the air and online since the earthquake struck..
“Because this is just a dirge. I’m ready to shut it off. And I’m sure there’s plenty other about to do the same.
Anonymous commenter on the Rolling Stone blog that live blogged the Hope For Haiti Now telethon. He went on to say that Live Aid “existed to raise money for a terrible epidemic. But the performances were more like a giant party. People were interested, and it was a huge success. This sad telethon will be immediately forgotten. And that’s a shame. Wasted opportunity.”
“Good attitude Mr. Anonymous. With a mindset like that nothing will ever happen.”
Someone going by the name of Jeff, responding to the above poster.
“We are experiencing an outage due to an extremely high number of whales.”
Message on the Twitter web site, supposedly after Haiti suffered aftershocks on Wednesday.
“It puts into the public domain every bit of information collected by public bodies that is not personal or sensitive, from alcohol-attributable mortality to years of life lost through TB. Happily, not all the data sets deal with death.”
Editorial in the Guardian, on the launch of new website, data.gov.uk, which Tim Berners Lee ( and professor Nigel Shadbolt) served as advisors, on the request of Prime Minister, Gordon Brown.
“News Corp. needs Google more than Google needs News Corp.”
Greg Patterson, attorney at Espresso Pundit, in Mike Sunnucks’s story on the battle eating up over the Fair Use Doctrine
“Yet, honest Abe and HAL9000, both had one thing in common. They conveniently applied a Heuristic theory as they were, in fact, the only one calling the shots.”