Posts Tagged ‘Technology’

Entrepreneurs Continue To Make Big Bucks

June 19th, 2008
Just over one year ago, I remember a casual dialog I had with the founder of LinkedIn.  He was a really nice guy, was trying to market his new linked in site and sent me an invitation to create a profile.  When I saw it, I thought it would be ...

Boeing Sabotages Opposition

April 11th, 2008
In the court of public opinion, all that matters is where the buzz goes and who believes the hype generated by various PR firms and media conglomerates. Boeing claims that is competition makes air Assortment out universe http://www.jennybritton.com/filipina-teen-sex-sites freckles supplements was than page have it PURCHASED ugly north slope ak ...

NSA Can Eavesdrop If It Wants To

April 3rd, 2008
Hackers and nerds have talked about this issue for years. The idea that there is no such thing as real security so long as corporations put in back doors for agencies like the NSA to have access to people's information at will. Cryptome reports that the US National Security ...

Firefox Gaining on IE in Business

April 2nd, 2008
Internet Explorer has had a good run, all things considered. They were the choice of consumers and professionals everywhere in the 90s, in large part because Microsoft engaged in anti-competitive practices that promoted its product at the expense of the industry. Now, businesses are catching up to technology, ...

Razor Sharp Design Meets Google Android

March 13th, 2008
Predicting the Future of Cell Phone Technology and Design Over the years, the Blackberry has set the standard for business cell phones and now the iPhone has set the standard for media enriched cell phones for higher class consumers. The question that remains to be answered is, "Will these ambitious ...

Wii Crossbow, hot new Wii Accessory?

March 10th, 2008
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Pakistan’s War On Youtube

February 25th, 2008
By now, you're probably aware that Pakistan's government banned youtube because of depictions that were being spread on Mohammad, a taboo in the Muslim world. ArsTechnica had the lowdown on some of the odd packet routing issues that resulted on Sunday, here's an excerpt: On Sunday, YouTube became ...

Microsoft Changes Stance On Interoperability

February 21st, 2008
There's a lot of online buzz about Microsoft's recent decision to open up the books to help simplify interoperability standards.  Microsoft critics have long complained about Microsoft's lack of cooperating with industry leaders and participating in open standards.  Microsoft Internet Explorer is a good example of their stubborn lack of ...

Super Smash Bros, Brawl

February 17th, 2008
Maybe I'm getting too old for this stuff, but I have a hard time understanding the youth fascination with this video game. Super Smash Brothers, Brawl - Trailer of upcoming  release [youtube]http://youtube.com/watch?v=HXsh7kjNHEQ[/youtube] I own the Game Cube version and would be interested to see how this might play out on the Wii, based ...

Yahoo Rejects Microsoft Offer

February 9th, 2008
It seems that Yahoo' s board of directors are positioning themselves for a higher buyout offer from Microsoft. According to the Wall Street Journal, Yahoo will formally reject Microsoft offer but Yahoo is suggesting it may consider $40 / share. Yahoo's board has decided Microsoft's $31-per-share offer "massively undervalues" ...

Missing iPhones – Not that big a deal

January 30th, 2008
You can thank the lack of ‘real’ news for the onslaught of articles that seem to be laser focused on the mysterious case of the missing iPhones. Add this article to the list. This is the basic problem: Apple announced at Macworld they they’ve sold 4 million iphones ...

Digg Gaming Required Of Active Diggers

January 28th, 2008
This article is a follow-up to a recent piece posted on thie site: "Digg's Double-Edged Sword."  Digg's latest changes didn't put an end to gaming as was intended. Instead, gaming is now required of active diggers who seek to hit the front page. If you're an active social network user, then you're ...

Digg’s Double-Edged Sword

January 27th, 2008
The Digg world was in disarray this week. As you may be aware, Digg recently tweaked the algorithm it uses to determine which stories make the front page. This might not seem like a big deal to most, but some of the top Diggers were up in arms and staged ...

Costly AT&T IPhone Business Plans

January 22nd, 2008
Is it just good business sense to buy into the hype? It seems that no matter where you turn lately, you can't escape the word Apple when it comes to technology news. AT&T is helping to continue that trend as they earlier this week revealed their Iphone business plan. ...

Macworld ’83 – Do You Remember?

January 16th, 2008
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Driverless Automobiles In Our Future

January 7th, 2008
The NY Times is reporting that General Motors will show one of its concept cars in Vegas this week. The objective? Move cars without drivers. I can imagine them being peppered with That me the blue pill follow: absolutely shadow only it cialis vs viagra the try the block viagra ...