Replacement brain technology has come a long way in recent years…
You can stream it free online; you can download it for money or pirate it.
You can buy it the record store, read the liner notes and highlight it.
What’s the best way to get music? Perhaps we’ll never know.
How about get off your computer and go to a show.
The more links there are to a particular page on the internet, the closer to the top of the search results that page comes up.
Scientific American writes: “Three studies since 1999 indicate that people who have used cell phones for more than a decade may have as much as three times greater risk of developing brain tumors on the side of the head against which they most often hold their phone.” Ruh roh.
According to Wikipedia, as of December 2010, Google accounts for 85% of internet searches, with Yahoo (7%), Baidu (3%), and Bing (3%) trailing far behind. Others account for less than 2% of searches, and thus can safely be ignored.
Baidu is the most popular search engine in China, accounting for it’s ranking worlwide.
Bing is Microsoft’s attempt to dethrone Google, clearly a failure despite heavy advertising.
Yahoo is the oldest member of the list, and used to be far more popular than it is now.
I’m partial to “Just What I Needed” by The Cars, “Twist and Shout” by The Beatles, and “Cry Me A River” by Justin Timberlake, but what do I know…