We are at war. Gas prices are at record highs. There are food shortages, a credit crisis, the financial markets are in hell and we are about to enter a recession. So, it makes total sense that Annie Leibovitz’s photographs of Miley Cyrus are front-page news. The rumor mill is running at 100% capacity and Continue Reading →
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HULU is now open for business, offering a wide selection of ad-supported television shows and films. The site appears to have dropped registration requirements, allowing users to quickly and easily begin watching content. Creating an account enables advanced features, such as subscribing to specific shows and creating an online queue of episodes. CEO Jason Kilar Continue Reading →
The first time Mark Zuckerberg, co-founder and CEO of Facebook, got into social networking netiquette trouble with his online friends was back in September of 2006. Power users of the nascent site were aghast when suddenly, every thing they did on Facebook was instantly and automatically fed to everyone of their Facebook friends and even Continue Reading →
AMAZON unveiled Kindle, its new e-book reader on Monday. The device allows users to download e-books from the Amazon store wirelessly using Sprint’s EV-DO network. Over 90,000 books are available, with new releases priced at $9.99 and classics as low as $1.99. The device is already drawing some negative reviews, with several commentators questioning the Continue Reading →
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