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Headline: Maintained by Rex Hammock since shortly after Al Gore invented the internet as the shed out in the backyard of RexBlog.com where he collects links.
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Thanks for helping me, @jsb It's actually http://t.co/UNRwO6uu Couldn't remember -- and couldn't find it on http://t.co/D1Us6O0a (easily).
This link recently saved by rexblog on November 17, 2012
Insult of the day by @danshapiro "More clueless than a general with a gmail account." (+ good #Kickstarter advice) http://t.co/aQm3JB5y
This link recently saved by rexblog on November 15, 2012
Isn't it funny how some people first thought Flipboard was a magazine platform. It's a catalog platform. http://t.co/zDN3FiYo
A White House petition to shut down White House petitions. http://t.co/daYRXTAs
This link recently saved by rexblog on November 14, 2012
A new series on the Hammock Blog: How great companies use customer media, featuring, "Orvis: Marketing as Mentoring." http://t.co/YxuNDflI
This link recently saved by rexblog on November 13, 2012
Corrected my "how to handle scandal" post. Showed poor judgement not guessing characters from Gomer Pyle were involved http://t.co/HH7if2Ue
USA Today asks Why do powerful men cheat? [http://t.co/SmT5x53G] Isn't it because $100 bills display Independence Hall?http://t.co/bzJYySJe
This link recently saved by rexblog on November 12, 2012
Betteridge's law of headlines - "Any headline which ends in a question mark can be answered by the word no." http://t.co/zeOxA9vD
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