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ESPN tries to kill the trolls: Facebook comments only

Jul 17, 2013
After more than five years of anonymous comments, ESPN.com now requires your Facebook account if you have something to say.
Posted In: Sports, Facebook, comments, Web Culture, espn
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Shopping Enhancer: Online shopping made equal

Mar 20, 2013
A new web service called Shopping Enhancer aims to restore parity to online shopping by getting around Google's pay-to-sell system.
Posted In: Google, Amazon, e-commerce
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Roberta Williams: The mother of computer video games

Mar 6, 2013
Complaints are rife that the video game industry treats female employees and female players as outsiders or worse. But it wasn't always that way.
Posted In: video game, women, Tech
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What's the big deal? Working from home stinks

Feb 27, 2013
What do you think? Is working from home a dream, or a daymare?
Posted In: Yahoo, Yahoo!, Marissa Mayer
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It's not only the New York Times that gets hacked

Jan 31, 2013
Corporations get hacked often -- so it's best to be ready for it.
Posted In: hacking
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Disney creates the happiest data mine on earth

Jan 7, 2013
Come spring, Disney World visitors will wear special bracelets that let the company track just about everything they do
Posted In: disney
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Creating the next Silicon Valley in Chicago

Oct 26, 2012
The Windy City tries to lure tech entrepreneurs to create a new startup ecosystem.
Posted In: Entrepreneur, Silicon Valley, Chicago, Entrepreneurship, startup
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Reddit, Gawker, trolling, and the dangers of online anonymity

Oct 15, 2012
Gawker journalist Adrian Chen outed a man known for online "trolling" on the website Reddit and started a discussion about free speech online.
Posted In: Tech, reddit, gawker, freedom of speech, first amendment
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Do you have a case of social media depression?

Jul 23, 2012
Commentator Beth Teitell on how social media "friends" erode confidence with sunny status updates and photos of perfect children.
Posted In: Facebook, Twitter, social media
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Verizon is trying to stamp out unlimited data customers

Jun 13, 2012
Big Red wants you to go nuts on calls and texts, but keep your data use in check.
Posted In: Verizon, data plans, Sprint, iPhone

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