Stories for Oct. 22, 2008

Traveling abroad can often be a mixed bag when it comes to Internet connectivity.  You either can’t find it at all or more likely it will cost you an arm and a leg.  Nigel over at the Red Ferret has been traveling this summer and compiled […] Read more »

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Recently, we’ve seen Microsoft move to respond to Apple’s “I’m a Mac, and I’m a PC” ads, fearing the company’s rapid growth. There was the Seinfeld debacle, which drew plenty of attention. It didn’t seem to be quite the attention Microsoft was looking for, so they […] Read more »

Virtual worlds developer Metaplace has raised $6.7 million in a second round of funding. Participants included existing investors Charles Ri… Read more »

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Guys, Gabe and Max are back! And they are looking stylish in this Guide to Man Style, produced for Details Magazine. This piece lacks the stuttering pace of their Internet thing, but that doesn’t mean the Four Pillars of Man Style are any less relevant. And […] Read more »

I am once again overwhelmed by too much information. And lately, I’m even overwhelmed by too many tools to access, filter and read that information or to save it for later or add it to various Web 2.0 tools. On my browser bar alone I have […] Read more »

Hot on the heels of Apple’s new MacBook line — which among other things, offers a multitouch trackpad –coming to market, we’re seeing the first third party applications which support multitouch gestures. Mozilla is the first to the party, and has now made available an experimental […] Read more »

Wow, I haven’t even had time to get familiar with the workings of the T-Mobile G1 Android phone that showed up yesterday and I see the first T-Mobile OS update will go out tomorrow.  What took them so long?  Seriously, according to T-Mobile this is a […] Read more »

We recently looked at the question of what people pay for web applications. Some of us put a fairly substantial sum into monthly payments for online functionality – which, if your billing rates are decent, is easy to justify in the name of time saving. But […] Read more »

Blake Krikorian, co-founder of SlingMedia, the company that brought place-shifting video to the masses, has agreed to be a speaker at our NewTeeVee Live conference that will be held on Nov. 13. Sling Media was acquired by EchoStar for $380 million last year. Krikorian will join […] Read more »

Though the second edition of Going Solo – a conference for freelancers, planned for September – was cancelled, organizer Stephanie Booth pressed ahead and hosted a BarCamp-style unconference, SoloCamp. Though I was only able to attend the opening sessions with around twenty participants, the initial session […] Read more »

I used to always fill up my car completely so I could do a quick MPG check against my trip meter, but with the price of gas lately I’ve been reluctant to spend $60 or $70 at the pump. I needed a tracking log so I […] Read more »

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