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Today’s Web Laureate Insight to Thursday’s poem…

Flip A Coin: Decide for Me

together

equals crowdsourced harmony helping me make decisions more easily

stuck

and what better way than to create that togethered crowd than the one where the chatter’s most loud, a crowdsourced twitter decision machine — wonderfully simple tool for when you are stuck in between

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Undecided[1] flip a coin
I cannot decide
which way is up
or where flows the tide

the crowd they do roar
I do hear them say
go this go that —-
together we shall find the way

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Today’s Web Laureate Insight to Tuesday’s poem…

CuteFund: adorable

Let

can you let go? let go of your money to the inherent wisdom of the self-selected crowd? can the crowd really be wise, or just act as a way to make savings less

Go

or will you simply be reduced to a nattering pudgy boo of goo curled up in the corner, stressed from loss of control, bills, too, by this uniquely crowdsourced mutual fund

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Today’s Web Laureate Insight to Tuesday’s poem…

Marooned on a Beach

tragic

a most tragic recollection of events brought to slow, but focused point; pointedly stopped and derailed were these creative forming inspirations, when to enter them into my app on the cloud that could not be reached caused failure while sat, sadly inspired on the beach

less

lest you thought this was all downer, you would be right if not perhaps to the left. right on down on the left side, starting the first words of each row, you will find a message that lead to me deep dark woe — yet now, as i retell the mystery to you, i feel my better than i did previously do. the words on the left, excluding the bold, from the top to the bottom capture the words unsaid but clearly felt…. "no bandwidth for you" 😉

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Today’s Web Laureate Insight to Tuesday’s poem…

Woot: Alpha Peeps

Giggle

finding humor in controversy seems to be something that this website does enjoy, attacking the Associated Press (alpha peeps) for that which they-AP has attacked others

Grin

they of 3 parts, the products, the woot managers, and woot itself

and a promising note it is that after their new acquisition by Amazon they may yet persist in their humorful, consumery, friendiferous ways

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when all such things so come to pass
one by one. each day, a mass
gets jotted out, a product, in short, in brief.

so they , with wit and humor,
go forth to each new happy consumer;
even those Alpha Peeps who often prefer (to) just beef.

interview[1] 

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Today’s Web Laureate Insight to Wednesday’s poem…

Hulu: We’ll Be Right Back

back

if what was for another tab still sent to me — considering the harshness of requesting one to pay to receive ads… but more clear wording was in need than these words preceded … that i originally created but did not feel appropriately expressed the proper sentiment to but to a lesser degree

tab

wrote this while I waited for the commercials to end, the endless commercials, growing number of commercials that continue to… grow at hulu, as i briefly considered their ‘plus’ service, until i realized that of the benefits it promised the free flowing of uninterrupted content was not among them

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this television program brought to you by
chevy-sofa[1]another another of reason clear why
to inform in their own special way
transparent yet does not matter
in another tab kept briefly at bay

so brings us to feature’s featured plus
with friendly benefits.. more to discuss
obtaining more all from iboxes to 3
transparentyet does not matter
if with those same you still send to me

 

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Today’s Web Laureate Insight to Wednesday’s poem…

Klout: Enunciate!

Up

to now there have influence, its growth and tracking have been purely for the sport of ego

recently, and inspiration for this poem, was the realization that one’s influence can have more value than to mere id, but such things as demonstrated by free virgin america tickets for those influences that measure promising on klout

There

watching as the next = looking toward the future for exciting new developments and seeing what more we will be able to do. sphere (of influence) made now more relevant.

with influence, now incentivized to be accumulated with real-world rewards the future possibilities seem quite amazing

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Today’s Web Laureate Insight to last Tuesday’s poem…

JobGraphs: trudge

…better

the monotony of career and job can be overwhelmingly understated when it sets in — so can math

…together

and as the motions of emotions of career move up and down, so to do those graphs and charts and numbers tracking them and their components so move, so jobgraphs

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