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Twitter harvesting the Charlie Sheen Crazy Dollars

Mar 4, 2011
Check this out. So Charlie Sheen goes nuts and starts talking about how he's "winning". Uses the term a lot. And it's hilarious because he's having...
Posted In: business, Charlie Sheen, Health, search, sorrow, Twitter, Web Culture
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Star Wars Episode 1 coming to 3D

Mar 4, 2011
(This item is brought to you by George Lucas's internal monologue)...
Posted In: 3-d, Entertainment, sorrow, Star Wars, Web Culture
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Facebook reiterates its plan to give app developers access to users' phone numbers and home addresses

Mar 2, 2011
This is a plan that Facebook first announced several weeks ago but then quickly put on ice after loud objections from privacy groups and concern...
Posted In: apps, business, Facebook, privacy, social media, Web Culture
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Social networking to stop street harassment of women

Mar 1, 2011
Women traveling for business have a place to share stories they rarely get a chance to. Ihollaback. Stoptreetharassment.com and other sites create...
Posted In: Law, privacy, Web Culture, world
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Google Street View Trike images revealed

Mar 1, 2011
Tricycles: they're not just for toddlers unable to ride bikes anymore. For a while now, Google has employed a set of cameras mounted to three...
Posted In: Google, search, street view, trikes, Web Culture, world
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AT&T will sell Kindles

Feb 28, 2011
Starting March 6th, you can get a Kindle from an AT&T store. AT&T announced today it will sell the Amazon Kindle 3G - you can connect over...
Posted In: Amazon, at&t, business, Entertainment, Kindle, social media, Web Culture
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Scientists use sensors to get close-ups of wild animals; now you can see all this online

Feb 28, 2011
The Smithsonian has launched a new website that features more than 200,000 photos taken by researchers from automated cameras. The cameras have...
Posted In: animals, Entertainment, photography, Science, smithsonian, social media, Web Culture
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Facebook share and like buttons are merging

Feb 28, 2011
Okay, so here we have a seemingly minor Facebook design change that could be of no significance whatsoever BUT what have we learned about tech...
Posted In: business, Facebook, privacy, social media, Web Culture
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Groupon expands into China

Feb 28, 2011
Groupon has opened a site called GaoPeng.com in China, bringing their approach to the group buying model to China (and the Chinese market) for the...
Posted In: business, China, groupon, Web Culture, world
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Winners and losers of Google algorithm change emerge

Feb 28, 2011
The Wall Street Journal has an update a few days into Google's rather significant change to its search mechanism. It's a change that was aimed at...
Posted In: business, Google, search, social media, Web Culture

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