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Twitter inserts ads into your tweetstream

Nov 2, 2010
And really, it's pretty painful anytime anyone inserts ANYTHING into your tweetstream....
Posted In: business, social media, Twitter, Web Culture

Send an Amazon gift card to someone's Facebook wall because you love sadness

Nov 2, 2010
Now you can buy someone a gift card that isn't really a card, just a credit at Amazon, really, and have it sent straight to their Facebook. It...
Posted In: Amazon, business, Entertainment, Facebook, sadness, social media, Web Culture

ROBONAUT TO THE MOON!

Nov 2, 2010
The plan to send a man back to the moon has been scrapped since at 150 billion dollars, that's just too expensive. But there's a rogue program...
Posted In: ROBONAUTS, robots, space

Turkey has YouTube once again

Nov 2, 2010
Here's a story about the thorny relationship between closed societies and the open internet. People in the nation of Turkey once again have access...
Posted In: Web Culture, world, YouTube

Microsoft allows Gmail in Hotmail

Nov 2, 2010
Which is weird. So now if you're on Hotmail, you can import the contents of your Gmail account or your Yahoo account into your Hotmail interface....
Posted In: business, Google, hotmail. gmail, Microsoft, social media, Web Culture, Yahoo

Effects of NASA's shuttle program ending

Nov 2, 2010
After 30 years, NASA's Shuttle program will end. Bloomberg Businessweek's Paul Barrett wrote a story about the ending of the program and talks with Jeremy Hobson about the impact this will have on Florida and America's competitiveness.
Posted In: Science

What becomes of net neutrality after the election?

Nov 1, 2010
Tomorrow's elections will likely bring about a very different U.S. Congress as Republicans are set to make major gains. Where does that leave the idea of meaningful net neutrality legislation?
Posted In: Internet

Facebook user data sold

Nov 1, 2010
On Friday, Facebook posted on their developers' blog updating their most recent privacy breach - the one in which the company was sharing user IDs...
Posted In: business, Facebook, privacy

Big time Googler leaves for Facebook

Nov 1, 2010
Back when the ill-fated Google Wave was launched, one of the stars of the video announcement was Wave's developer Lars Rasmussen. He was a big deal...
Posted In: business, Facebook, Google, search, wave, zuckerberg

Soldiers prefer Android

Nov 1, 2010
For the last 20 years, the US military has been trying to build a new custom communications gadget system for soldiers in the field. It's cost half...
Posted In: android, gadgets, Google, government, military

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