satire

  • When Social Media Becomes The Message: The Gulf Oil Spill And @BPGlobalPR

    Nearly everyone has something to say about BP’s oil spill, and from a public relations perspective, the company is floundering. Both its stock price and brand value have taken a deepwater dive, and it is struggling to make its own voice heard. When you Google “BP PR” or “BP public relations,” the top organic result is @BPGlobalPR, a parody account on Twitter… Read More

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    The Unreasonable Stance: One Craptop Per Child is not ready for Vista


    All day we’re inundated with news about this One Laptop Per Child project. I write up story after story about how these do-gooders are spreading technology to the third world, how interconnectivity and self-organizing networks will change the way these people communicate and allow otherwise deprived children to grow up capable of interacting with computers and thriving in a modern… Read More

  • CrunchGear Exclusive: OS X through the Ages! Linux is great too!


    Welcome to CrunchGear’s Digg-bait, a column in which we create something that will appeal specifically and viscerally to the mass of Digg followers. This week we have a trifecta of Digg perfection: a big image, Linux, and Apple. I even threw in a ninja cat for good measure. Read on! Read More