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Newspaper collapse with handy slides

Mar 12, 2010
Holy crap.
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Either Penguin Books gets the iPad or they just think they do

Mar 4, 2010
Regardless, they're enthused to evolve.
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Why the internet will fail (1995)

Mar 1, 2010
Lovely. ...
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Games in the future won't be games

Feb 25, 2010
They'll be the way we live. Oh, and the future has already started. Jesse Schell from Carnegie Mellon University explains how the gaming systems...
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Denny's Invites You to Follow a Random Taiwanese Man Named Dennys on Twitter

Feb 22, 2010
Fun article on Gizmodo about the restaurant chain not being so good about the social networking.
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Windows Phone 7 Mobile Series or whatever it's called is doomed, says Joe Wilcox

Feb 19, 2010
Microsoft's problem is more about timing than strategy — or technology (Hey, I like the user interface and presumed user experience, too). If...
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Augmented Reality on Bing Maps

Feb 17, 2010
Redmond Software Giant has been playing an awful lot of catch up in recent years but this TED talk was a jaw dropper. Stay tuned to the bit about...
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A conversation Dan has every month or so

Feb 17, 2010
Me: (tries to visit a local restaurant's website via iPhone)Restaurant website: I require Flash. Fuck off.Me: I just want to know how late you're...
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Feb 11, 2010
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Google announces non-whatthehellisthisfor product

Feb 10, 2010
They intend to create their own fiber network with speeds 100x faster than average broadband....
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A new joint reporting project, “American Futures,” with reporting from Marketplace and The Atlantic, will take journalists on a cross-country trip to document the dramatic economic, technological, cultural, and social changes under way in small towns and cities across the nation. By adapting the long-standing American tradition of discovering the country through an extended coast-to-coast journey, and applying sophisticated mapping technology from the software company Esri, the reporting initiative will showcase the people, communities, companies, and trends that are emerging out of the past decade’s economic, technological, and demographic disruption.