The tech blogging big birds have been crowing this week. Digging their patent pending iBeaks into the grubby soil of self-reflective angst and coming up with worm after worm.
- MG Siegler is chomping at the bit and never going to link to the Wall Street Journal ever, ever again
- After being outed as a Hitman, Robert Scoble refuted, disputed and then became computed into launching his own fund
- His Holiness The Pope is joining Twitter, hoping to beat Jesus with his 12 followers and the Fake Pope
- Zynga created a web wormhole by asking itself whether it played it’s own games
- Humpty Dumpty is 18th Century slang for a short and clumsy person and not as some would have you believe, traditional tech reporting.
- 4 Hour Working Week guru and number 4 lover, Tim Ferris, cheated on the number 4 with the number 10.
- The Internet began to eat itself when #RIPGreggJevin became a Twitter meme, with people pouring their witty little breaking hearts out in memory of a character created this very morning.
- The Army wired its privates into kevlar codpieces, lacklustre innuendo followed
- Stick men find themselves doodled on $1million greenbacks and the world pauses to think, what have we created?!
- Bieber caught a fever and socked it to a Beaver
- The only things sweating in this shop will be the folk lined up to grab their Nike Fuelband.
- JK Rowling is writing an adult book about ex Prime Minster and war bungler, Tony Blair.
- Harry Potter’s stunt double announced his departure from TechPo, then the tech blogging glitterati went proper mental at anyone and everyone.
- The Greek economy is going down the pan, but to open a business selling olive oil there you’d better not flush just yet, because the government wants to inspect your stool.
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