“In the Future, we’ll all have 15 minutes of privacy.”
Scott Monty, head of social media for Ford, on a post about Facebook’s latest move to connect to the rest of the web
“No one is laughing in Arizona. Do your job and secure the border.”
Governor Jan Brewer, in a YouTube video aimed at president Obama, who made a joke about the immigration Bill that Brewer signed into law.
“A lot of great stories are hidden within the public”
Manesh Nesaratnam, Malaysian film director of a movie, Your Grandfather’s Road, which is being crowd-sourced.
“That QR code on the left will even take your smartphone to my Twitter feed. And if you really liked this story, you can re-Tweet too.”
Kit Keaton, whose column in Fast Company, features this Quick Response code.
Shel Holtz, referring to the letter Apple, which sent a nine-year-old girl a cease-and-desist letter after she suggested enhancements to the iPod.
“You gotta give him credit for his media manipulation skills.”
Pat Elliot, commenting on a post I wrote for ValleyPRBlog, about the value Sheriff Joe Arpaio holding a press conference to announce he is NOT running for governor.
“We are heartened by news reports that J.S.Tissainayagam appears to have been pardoned…”