A brief round-up of mostly unrelated pieces of news/commentary:
In a blog post for the Harvard Business Review, Dan Pallotta discusses the problems of “abstractionitis,” “acronymitis,” “Valley Girl 2.0,” and “meaningless expressions” – in other words, people don’t use real words with real meanings anymore.
It would be great if there was Netflix for books…oh wait, there is! It’s called the library.
Borders employees take one last jab at Amazon, reminding customers of one advantage physical stores have over online ones.