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CAMERON DIAZ IS GOING TO KILL YOU

Aug 19, 2010
By "you", I mean your computer. By "kill", I mean infect with malware. She's going to infect with malware your computer. And by "going", I mean...
Posted In: cameron siaz, malware, search, security

New words!

Aug 19, 2010
The Oxford English Dictionary is including some tech-related words in its next edition. Congratulations to the following words for officially...
Posted In: social media, tweetup, words

Groupon breaks the whole Teh Interwebz.

Aug 19, 2010
The web coupon site Groupon has always offered coupons for local businesses. If enough people signed up for spa treatments in, say, Chicago, then...
Posted In: groupon

Facebook follows you with 'Places'

Aug 19, 2010
Another option to let everyone know where you are launched today: Facebook Places. It'll be competing against similar services like Foursquare, which also let's you "check in" to venues, which will let your friends know where you are and potentially score you deals.

Leading Thinkers on Net Neutrality

Aug 19, 2010
Net Neutrality is a complicated issue. The recent Google/Verizon policy proposal has raised new questions about the open internet - the idea that...
Posted In: David Weinberger, fcc, Google, Larry Downes, net neutrality, Verizon

Skype exec leaves after a month, blog comments to blame

Aug 19, 2010
In a weird story about the messenger becoming the message, Madhu Yarlagadda has left Skype after only a month on the job as Chief Development...
Posted In: comments, I'm the party star, skype

Twitter, suicide, and journalism

Aug 19, 2010
Early this morning, I got a direct message on Twitter pointing me to the Twitter feed of Seattle photojournalist Joshua Trujillo. Last night, he...
Posted In: Twitter

Facebook places Places

Aug 19, 2010
As expected, The Face added a geolocation service. As expected, there are privacy concerns. More updates to come.
Posted In: Facebook, geolocation

Clickjacking: the feature Facebook isn't so proud of

Aug 19, 2010
Because these scams seem to be associated with your friends or ads, you trust the links, and you may not even know when a clickjacking is happening to you.

Dudes dressed up as Spiderman at Foxconn anti-suicide rally

Aug 18, 2010
Today is one of those days I just have to go home having not understood the world....
Posted In: China, Foxconn

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