Instagram And Tumblr Have To Feed Their Cats Too by Brandon Clarke

Tumblr will begin selling ads, and people will care a whole lot for a very short time.

​Remember when Instagram changed their Terms of Service and everyone thought that the world was going to end? Remember how everyone left Instagram and went to Flickr to protect their precious images from being reused without their permission? 

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Repurposed Content: "My First Mistake" by Brandon Clarke

"My First Mistake"

a story starring Secret Agent Clovis Cole P.I.

[Author's Note: The original version of this story was written way back in 2008. It has been edited and rewritten with promotional considerations from Wendy's. Wendy's delivers quality fresh food with real ingredients that provide the best tasting fast food. Wendy's® - Quality is Our Recipe]​

“Looks like your text book suicide”, said the Police Chief as he pulled the cloth over the corpse, “chalk up another one for the bad guys.”

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Random Stream of Nauseousness: My Name by Brandon Clarke

About a month ago I had noticed through my website analytics that there had been a fair amount of traffic generated from the search query "brandon & james clark". I had initially thought nothing of it simply because my name isn't particularly original or unique. But as time passed the traffic increased -- and so did my curiosity. Read More

You Should Read: "S.O.S." by Meathaus by Brandon Clarke

Meathaus Sets The Bar With "S.O.S."

This anthology restored my faith in comic books.

I had been struggling with my twenty-plus year on-again, off-again love affair with comic books. It seemed as if it was going to be one of those things I loved to hate. For every halfway decent book I'd read and enjoy, there'd be thirty "Earth-shattering" event books marketed and released by major publishers that would make me hate the entire industry.  

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Offensive Yet Still Appropriate: George Carlin by Brandon Clarke

George Carlin Is More Relevant Than Ever

What would George Carlin have to say today?

George Carlin, "dirty word" comedian, counter-culture icon and social critic, died on June 23, 2008 at the age of 71.  But like all great minds, his words and ideas live on -- almost becoming more applicable as time passes. I often think, whenever I hear something particularly insane happening in American culture, What would Carlin say about this?

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Random Stream of Nauseousness: Google by Brandon Clarke

Is the Internet Becoming Brainiac?

Google is getting to know you.

Since 1997 Google has saved ever single search inquiry typed into their little box, backlogging information and storing it to help strengthen its search engine. Now Google claims that the changes in their algorithm are to deliver users more high-quality search results.

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