By: Raquisha Givens, Hussain Punjani, Andrew Schwegler, Savannah Viar It has been overwhelming stated that our world is becoming smaller with the use of technology. With the click of a mouse, we can connect to people on the other side of the world. Technology has allowed the Earth community as a
Oh man, I think the recent bugs at Facebook are all part of their rolling out of a shit-ton of contextual updates. Small additions that increase usability while increasing required bandwidth are good? Eh?
Virb is dead. Long live Virb! The social networking site that I fell in love with way back when is official closing—kind of. It’s no longer going to be a sexy alternative to MySpace. It’s no longer going to be a decent alternative to Tumblr and Posterous. Instead of being
In light of Ruckus being shutdown, I’ve decide to post something here I wrote about DRM for StandUp a while back. It’s a crash course in DRM and how to get around it. Digital rights management, DRM, is software employed by many copyright owners to protect their content from being
Scott Merrill has a great new post on CruchGear about early adoption and “Alpha Geeks.” He inspects why and how most people don’t really care about most sites. It’s well worth the read and his in-depth analysis/example of Google’s Grand Central is spot on. Here’s an excerpt: There are a
Google earth will begin showing parts of the sea-bed and underwater views of the earth. I loved the Oceanic portions of planet earth and I really hope that this lets users explore the depths in a similar fashion in our own free time. Google has already conquered the land with
If you’re into technology and what not. You might be aware of the massive trade shows going on right now in San Francisco and Las Vegas. SF is hosting a new Macworld Expo and Vegas is home to the annual CES. If you haven’t been following them… you probably should. They’re where new