My Picks From GigaNET: MTV Music, Freelancing Tips & Carbon Credits


[qi:012] Mondays are unusually busy for us, and it is hardly a surprise that our network of sites published a ton of stories. I picked out the best bits for our readers. I hope you like them.

NewTeeVee says MTV has gone back to its roots and quietly launched its long-promised, a new site devoted to music videos. They had demoed this to me and Liz almost a year ago, but they finally launched.

TheAppleBlog has a round up of 9 iPhone Apps to pimp your ride. Seriously this is a handy guide with full reviews, the low-down on features and the cost of each app. Enjoy!

Okay, cars are nice and all, but they pollute. If you want to feel less guilty, then pay attention to carbon credits. Earth2Tech has a feature about how Goldman Sachs has partnered with carbon credits developer Blue Source. Goldman invested in the company as well.

WebWorkerDaily has tips for freelancers and the red flags they need to watch out for when it comes to picking new clients. Given the state of the economy, I think all should read this piece in order to better prepare for freelancing.

OStatic points out that the Ubuntu 8.10 is now wireless broadband friendly — playing nice with all 3G networks and at the same time providing better Wi-Fi connectivity.

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