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Rewardville

Mar 15, 2011
I'm not sure where the president of Zynga lives but I assume it's on a skull shaped island somewhere with a massive laser cannon and mind control ...
Posted In: Entertainment, farmville, games, skull shaped island, Web Culture, zynga

Television advertising makes a comeback

Mar 14, 2011
As television networks prepare for next season's big new shows, CBS and others say advertisers are ready to buy some prime time.
Posted In: Entertainment

Console games are dead

Mar 14, 2011
Says guy with a vested interest in console games dying. Peter Vesterbacka is the founder and CEO of Rovio, the company that made the ridiculously...
Posted In: angry birds, Entertainment, games, Web Culture

Fred Armisen's favorite music apps

Mar 13, 2011
Saturday Night Live's Fred Armisen discusses some of the music apps he likes.
Posted In: app review, apps, celebrity, Entertainment, iPad, Music

Kinect outsells iPad, everything else

Mar 10, 2011
As we mock Microsoft for being late on music players, late on smartphones, ridiculously late on tablets, let us observe that they are kicking all...
Posted In: Entertainment, gadgets, games, kinect, Microsoft

You can now take a stroll down Memolane

Mar 9, 2011
It's a new start up based in San Francisco and Denmark. Here's how it works. Users can allow Memolane to troll accounts on Facebook, Twitter,...
Posted In: Entertainment, Facebook, flickr, foursquare, Twitter, Web Culture, YouTube

Zite! Yep, another nonsense dot com word to learn.

Mar 9, 2011
Zite is a personalized magazine app for iPad that pulls from your Twitter feed and/or your Google Reader to create a magazine based on stuff you...
Posted In: Entertainment, gadgets, iPad, iPad 2, Web Culture, zite, zune

'Jane Eyre' a favorite to remake

Mar 9, 2011
"Jane Eyre" has been adapted for the screen more than two dozen times. What makes it such a favorite story?
Posted In: Entertainment

Facebook renting movies

Mar 8, 2011
Now members of Facebook can rent movies and pay for them with Facebook credits. The first flick: Warner Bros.' "The Dark Knight."
Posted In: Entertainment, Internet

National Geographic tests the logic of Pixar's 'Up'

Mar 8, 2011
Pixar's "Up" has captured the hearts and minds of adventurers everywhere. Who hasn't dreamed of simply floating away from life's routines in ...
Posted In: balloons, Entertainment, houses, pixar, Up

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