Watching The Killing Fields. Good movie.
Ping.fm kicks ass!! Now if they only add more services and the ability to plug in RSS feeds…
Trying out Ping.fm. So far, so good.
On the Internet, Everyone Can Hear You Complain -... →
A San Francisco start-up called Get Satisfaction is the latest online ombudsman to try to mediate customer service complaints.
Getty Images Agrees to Be Acquired by a Private... →
The worldâs biggest photo and video distributor agreed to sell itself to the private equity firm Hellman & Friedman.
Yahoo Plans to Let Users Help Mold New Feature -... →
Yahoo plans to introduce a service called Buzz that relies on users to help it compile the most popular articles from around the Web.
Researchers Develop a Type of Rubber That Can... →
A new type of rubber developed by researchers in Paris can. When a rubberband made from the material is cut and the two ends are pressed together, they quickly form a strong new bond without glue or…
Adobe Blurs Line Between PC and Web - New York... →
Adobe Systems will release the official version of AIR, a software development system that will power potentially tens of thousands of applications that merge the Internet and the PC, as well as blur…
Network of TVs Talks to Cellphones and Trades... →
A little-known private company, Akoo International, aims to transform mobile devices into universal remote controls.
VideoJug - Life Explained. On Film. →
A Web Portal for Shopaholics - New York Times →
A new Web site aims to personalize the travelerâs shopping experience.
Photovoltaic Cells Are Still Very Green,... →
Over the life cycle of solar cells â from the mining of raw materials to the finished product â just how green are they?
Poles Apart on Online-Video Habits - New York... →
Among people who watch at least some online video each month â from short clips on YouTube to full-length programs on NBC.com and the like â the highest-consuming fifth watches more than 140…
E-Newsletter Tracks Job Changes of Business... →
Gorkana keeps tabs on job-hopping in the world of business journalism but it is put together by a group of people journalists generally consider suspicious: publicists.
A Comedian Goes Green but Won’t Go Off Color - New... →
But between my techie toys and all of my airline travel, I have become concerned about my carbon footprint. So I do what I can. My efforts wonât change the world, but maybe it will help my corner…
Social media: What to adopt, what to drop in 2008 →
PR pros weigh in on the rapidly multiplying social media services and how they may or may not help you do your job better this year
IT Community networking site.
ThinkGeek :: Wi-Fi Detector Shirt →
Now thanks to the ingenious ThinkGeek robot monkeys you can display the current wi-fi signal strength to yourself and everyone around you with this stylish Wi-Fi Detector Shirt.
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DMNews - The Authority for Direct Marketers -... →
F.C.C. Weighing Limits on Slowing Web Traffic -... →
The commission is considering taking steps to discourage cable and telephone companies from delaying the downloads and uploads of heavy Internet users.
How to Date a Video Gamer - New York Times →
Miho Walsh and Roy Prieb explain how they went from World of Warcraft, the addictive fantasy online video game, to the world of the wedded.
Nielsen Looks Beyond TV, and Hits Roadblocks - New... →
Nielsen last year ran tests to determine the willingness of its television-monitoring households to allow electronic tracking of a second behavior, Web usage. So many people said no because of…
The Encyclopedia of Life, No Bookshelf Required -... →
Scientists are writing the Book of All Species on the Web, in the hopes it will be useful to scientists and nonscientists alike.
Human Shadows on the Seas - New York Times →
Scientists are building the first worldwide portrait of human impacts on the oceans, which have left just 4 percent of the seas pristine.
A Capitalist Jolt for Charity - New York Times →
Can business extend the reach of nonprofits? To help serve its philanthropic mission, a social business tries to profit.
MPR: News Cut: Ethics in the digital age →
There are various places online to get details of Monday night’s forum on online ethics and standards, sponsored by the Society of Professional Journalists.
ABC to offer shows via video-on-demand - Yahoo!... →
Under the deal, local affiliates will be able to sell one 30-second ad on the content, while ABC will sell from four to nine other commercials to national advertisers.
How Search Engines Work Video - Internet Marketing... →
Watch Search Engines: Technology, Society, and Business, a 2005 UC Berkley lecture by Dr. Marti Hearst that explains how search engines work.
How To Be A Hero To Your Girlfriend -... →
Watch an essential video that gives tips for how to be a hero to your girlfriend.
MPR: U of M research explains Obama's marketing... →
Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama’s rivals have criticized his stump speeches for emphasizing sweeping rhetoric over policy specifics. But new research from the University of Minnesota…
Generations: A Lens →
MinnPost - Social networks are splintering into... →
As such heavy-hitting social networks as MySpace and Facebook continue to grow, some of their members are grousing about too many friends and too much clutter.
Gen-Y: News, Articles on Generation Y →
Internet Calling Falls Short of Expectations - New... →
A decade after being developed, and four years after the emergence of Skype, VoIP telephony remains an underdeveloped niche technology, industry experts said, one that is struggling to compete…
Two Retailers Favor Blu-ray DVDs - New York Times →
The Best Buy Company, the consumer electronics chain, said Monday that it would recommend that consumers choose Sonyâs Blu-ray high-definition video format.Earlier Monday, the online video rental…
AT&T Joins Starbucks to Provide Store Wi-Fi - New... →
The move ends a six-year partnership with T-Mobile, which did not include free Wi-Fi and charged higher fees than AT&T will.
Start-Up Brings Free Calls to Mobile Phones - New... →
Fring, a mobile-phone version of Skype, uses peer-to-peer Internet technology to send calls from mobile phones over the Internet at no charge.
Frget Txt Msgs: Real E-Mail Comes to More Phones -... →
Mobile e-mail, until recently the exclusive terrain of business executives, is breaking out of its niche market even as cellphone operators remain ambivalent about a service that will cut into their…
More High-Tech Invitations to Take Your Mind Off... →
Safety experts say the influx of electronics is turning cars into sometimes chaotic â and distracting â moving family rooms.
Make free mobile calls, IM with Skype, MSN Messenger, ICQ, Google Talkâ¢, SIP & Twitter, AIMÂ® & Yahoo!â¢
After Rejection by Yahoo, Microsoft Hints at a... →
Hours after Yahoo officially rejected Microsoftâs takeover offer on Monday, calling it too low, Microsoft described Yahooâs response as âunfortunateâ and said its own proposal was âfull and…
Your Tech Weblog: The UpTake pushes online-journo... →
Take videos related to today’s article (in roughly chronological order, from the Iowa caucuses through Super Tuesday).
HarperCollins Will Post Free Books on the Web -... →
The idea is to give readers the opportunity to sample the books online in the same way that prospective buyers can flip through books in a bookstore.
Putting Candidates Under the Videoscope - New York... →
Equipped with laptops and hand-held video cameras, off-air network reporters, or embeds, are catching every unplugged and unscripted moment on the campaign trail.
Harvard Proposal to Publish Scholarly Research... →
Faculty members are scheduled to vote on a measure that would permit Harvard to distribute their scholarship online, instead of signing exclusive agreements with scholarly journals that often have…
The MineThatData Blog →
MPR: Northern Minnesota prepares for wave of baby... →
Forty-three percent of the state’s workforce will be eligible for retirement within 10 years, and that’s expected to create a dramatic worker shortage, leaving employers scrambling to fill vacancies.
Wide BlackBerry Outage Is Reported - New York... →
E-mail service of Research in Motionâs BlackBerry smartphones experienced a âcritical severity outageâ on Monday, the company told clients in an e-mail.
Jaws Trailer - Videolicio.us →
Watch the trailer for Jaws featuring the late Roy Schider.