- New Rules for the New Economy
For the first time we have technology naturally suited for a size smaller than mass and greater than the self
- The future of web standards
Contrary to popular opinion, the phrase ‘Web 2.0’ was not coined by Tim O’Reilly and did not, originally, refer to web applications like Facebook and Twitter that enable Muggles, er, non-web-professionals, to share information online.
- Spammers Hire CAPTCHA Solvers for Dirt Cheap
CAPTCHA, or those boxes of distorted text that appear on many websites before you perform key functions like commenting or editing wikis, may be annoying for users to deal with, but they’re a partial shield against a web dominated by spam.
- Social Bulimia
Nearly every day, someone tells me about a love affair with a social media service gone sour. Whether Facebook, Twitter, Gowalla or Foursquare, the story is always the same: At first, you’re infatuated, finding delight in every new thing you learn about your love.
- The world now has half a billion fixed broadband lines
In the third week of July 2010 the world passed a significant broadband milestone, half a billion lines are now installed in households and businesses globally.
- Badgeville Wants To Layer Social Gaming (And Yes, Badges) Across The Entire Web
- What does the future of display advertising look like?
- The secret to Facebook success – post pics on Friday morning
- OpenOffice.org Gets Forked, New Version Called LibreOffice
- Voxy Helps You Learn A Language By Text, iPhone, Email And Web
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