RETURNS TO CLBR
For a Free Wheeling Discussion on Facebook Likes, Broken Internets, Banana Endorsements and a Surprise Dan Ackroyd Appearance (Kind of)
- More Privacy Perils: Facebook Data Is Greater Than The Sum Of Your Likes (Forbes)
- The Internet: You broke it, you own it. Now fix it.
- Would you trust a LinkedIn endorsement from someone wearing a banana on his head?
Daniel Tynan is an American journalist, television and radio commentator who specializes in technology, humor, and humorous takes on technology. A contributing editor for PC World, InfoWorld.com, and Family Circle magazine, he recently launched a new Geek Humor Web site titled eSarcasm, along with partner JR Raphael.
Tynan formerly wrote the Our Digital Life (formerly Tech Smart) column for US Airways Magazineand the Culture Crash blog for Computerworld.com, and tends the Robert X. Cringely blog “Notes From the Field” for InfoWorld.
His work has appeared in more than 50 publications, including Newsweek, Family Circle, Popular Science, Wired, and Playboy.com. He has appeared on CNN, CBS, NPR, Discovery, and Fox News, as well as dozens of regional television and radio programs.
His satirical blog, The WitList, has been featured in the journal Editor and Publisher, as well as other blogs such as Crooks and Liars, Daily Kos, Firedoglake, The Huffington Post, and TPM Cafe. His technology blog can be found at DanTynan.com.
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