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New marketing: getting it right, getting it wrong

Sep 17, 2010
Right:McDonald's increased foot traffic in its stores by 33% in one day by using FourSquare. This according to the company's head of social media...
Posted In: business, mobile, Web Culture

CROWS USE TOOLS, EAT HEALTH FOOD

Sep 17, 2010
As if we didn't have enough to worry about with the robots, now we gotta worry about rapidly smartifying crows. We've known for a while that crows...
Posted In: Science

SLIDESHOW: Translating a privacy policy

Sep 17, 2010
Reporter Sally Herships had lawyer Francoise Gilbert look at the privacy policy of shopping social network Blippy.

102.5 mpg vehicle wins the X Prize

Sep 16, 2010
Yes yes, but does it have cup holders?
Posted In: cars, Science, Transportation

Free public domain classical music on the way

Sep 16, 2010
Aaron Dunn, of the organization Musopen, talks about his project to build a royalty-free library of classical music played by symphony orchestras that you can listen to, make a movie with, and use to sell stuff.
Posted In: Music

Halo Reach pulls in 200 million dollars in first day

Sep 16, 2010
That's the dollar estimate in the first 24 hours in the US and Europe. That's compared to 170 million for Halo 3 when it was released in 2007. ...
Posted In: games, halo, Microsoft

Oakley to release 3D eyewear

Sep 16, 2010
If 3D is going to take over our lives, at least we don't have to look like total dorkwads in the glasses provided by the local cinemultiplex....
Posted In: 3-d, Entertainment, odd country covers of Timbuk3 songs

Internet Explorer 9 beta launches

Sep 15, 2010
I think we need a new story category on this blog: Geek Chow. Stories that probably don't matter a whole lot in the short term to the average...
Posted In: browsers, Facebook, geek chow, Google, internet explorer, Microsoft, search

Google to take baby steps toward social networking

Sep 15, 2010
We've been waiting for the alleged “Google Me” project to surface for a while now. Supposedly it was going to be Google's Facebook...
Posted In: Facebook, flickr, games, Google, social media, Twitter, Web Culture

Microsoft and political repression in Russia

Sep 15, 2010
Microsoft has granted free software licenses to Russian protest groups targeted by the government after Russian authorities raided their offices under the pretense of software piracy. Experts weigh in on the implications of Microsoft's actions.

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