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Now you can read Playboy at work*

Jul 21, 2010
* No you can't....
Posted In: publishing

A mixed bag for Facebook

Jul 21, 2010
Hi Mark. Listen we have some good news and some bad news. Good news first? Okay sure. Facebook now has half a billion users, more than all but two...
Posted In: Facebook

Refreshing old school take on SEO in journalism lindsay lohan lady gaga obama palin

Jul 21, 2010
From the Washington Post's Gene Weingarten. My headline gag shamelessly lifted from Jason Kottke.
Posted In: gaga, Google, hatemyself, lohan, Obama, palin

Google Images used to suck real bad

Jul 21, 2010
but I didn't realize that until it was re-designed....
Posted In: Google

Flipboard: the new Lindsay Lohan?

Jul 21, 2010
I don't know who Flipboard's PR people are but they should win the Nobel Prize for PR (a prize I'm glad doesn't exist). Everyone is talking this...
Posted In: hype, social networks

Mac sales are strong

Jul 21, 2010
When the iPad launched, a lot of people wondered if Mac sales would suffer. It's not just a business question; it's a question of whether people ...
Posted In: apple, iPad, ipod, macintosh

Colors? Check. Shapes? Check. Social networking skillz? Check.

Jul 21, 2010
Social networking is getting some young users -- really young. But should kids be spending so much time trying to build their online profile?

The Internet: Bringing Families Together

Jul 20, 2010
We're just wrapping up tomorrow's show, about social networking for little kids (and how it might not be as bad a thing as you think). And of...
Posted In: family, harassment, privacy, YouTube

Coming soon: Magazine Motion Sickness

Jul 20, 2010
While putting together today's episode on whether the iPad can save magazines, I took in this nifty video of how Viv Magazine is turning their...
Posted In: hogwarts, iPad, magazines, publishing

FCC wants more Americans with broadband Internet

Jul 20, 2010
Steve Chiotakis talks with Washington Post tech reporter Cecilia Kang about the FCC's message to Internet providers for more broadband access to more Americans.

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