Archive for November, 2009
Americans clear across the country are under a significant amount of financial stress this holiday season, but that doesn’t mean one of the nation’s primary lenders has to abide by any particular code of ethics. With the Credit CARD Act set to go into place three months from now, it’s amazing the kind of predatory practices these banks will still employ.
If you’re new here, you may want to subscribe to my RSS feed. Thanks for visiting!Facebook has just added new functionality for its fan pages which allows targeting audiences from specified countries or speakers of specified languages. This feature will make it easier for users to target different audience groups without having to produce [...]
“Unfriended” is 2009’s word of the year? Not on our watch.
This season two Twitter memes, Sh*t My Dad Says and Texts from Last Night, have been picked up by broadcasting networks to be aired as half-hour mainstream television series. While the creators of these memes are likely overjoyed with the amount of money they have the potential to make, how excited is the rest of [...]
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Twitter can’t seem to get their act straightened out with an integrated retweet function. Granted, retweeting was not an official feature and came from the community. Still, after countless 3rd party applications found a way to integrate retweeting into their apps, Twitter gave it a try last week.
And then they removed it.
I’m not [...]
As seen on Matt Cutts’ blog, Google Caffiene is set to be deployed full-scale right after the holidays.
No browser ever wants to find themselves at the top of the Internet vulnerability heap, but it appears as if that dubious distinction falls this year on Mozilla Firefox, which beat out Apple’s Safari browser by 9% (44% to 35%). Last year it was Microsoft’s Internet Explorer that topped the list, edging Firefox 43% to 39%.
Rupert Murdoch insists he can implement paid subscription plans for his myriad of news outlets. Now he’s saying he doesn’t want a hand from Google. Can the man of all media make one final stand?