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The US Government’s “naughty dictionary”. (link)

Revealed: Hundreds of words to avoid using online if you don’t want the government spying on you (and they include ‘pork’, ‘cloud’ and ‘Mexico’)

  • Department of Homeland Security forced to release list following freedom of information request
  • Agency insists it only looks for evidence of genuine threats to the U.S. and not for signs of general dissent

Please can we have no more blogs about the weather or what you had for dinner while on holiday south of the border.

I’m pissed.

Proud to reblog Glenn’s post here on the Philthy Way – refreshing to see the fastfood, sugar-soaked companies getting a spray, because they are slowly killing us all off.

Glenn Pendlay

Why? Well it started in Guatemala last week. I was eating in the weightlifting chow hall with Donny Shankle and thinking about the food. The meal that day included a sort of salad. Tasted like it had some kale in it, had some green beans, some corn, lettuce, and bits of bacon. There were diced up potatoes, cooked with onions. Diced up carrots that most people seemed to be mixing up with the potatoes and onions. And chicken. Not fried chicken, just chicken. It was representative of most of the meals, mostly vegetables and meat, some potatoes or rice. Nothing fancy. I remarked to Donny that it would be hard to overeat and get fat on such food. Not that it wasn’t good, it was tasty enough, but it was nothing you would want to go on eating once your hunger had been satisfied. And it wasn’t calorie dense, mostly…

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Facebook slips on 2nd day of trading – some thoughts.

Valuewalk article on FB Inc

Yes, it is still early days for the newest addition to NASDAQ, but the signs are not good. Whether it’s fair or not, there’s a lot of financial commentators who have fallen out of love with the “darling of social media”, and the “all American dream” – Facebook.

In my humble opinion (and what do I know, because I’m just the Philthy man on the street), FB is drastically over-valued, with way too many tourists and passengers amongst it’s ranks and has an unproven track record when facing uncertainty. After so many years of user-based growth and now they need to weather the storm of the business community asking the tough questions.

So far, FB are stuttering. We’ll see if they have the gonads to pick up and deliver on their earnings potential.

900 million users? So what, I’m still not impressed.

We had the dot com bubble burst in 2000, and with FB leading the way I predict a social media burst within the next 12 months. You read it here first.

By the way Mark, congratulations on the wedding

Facebook shares – do you or don’t you?

Five reasons not to buy Facebook shares

The sale will likely generate billions, but hidden just beneath the buzz are signs that not all is well for Silicon Valley’s star. Yes, it’s a humourous picture below, but don’t forget to click the link above to view the article.