Technology bloggers and their tech media compatriots are infamous for proclaiming things revolutionary at seemingly random intervals. It seems that every new product or startup company signals the end of computing or networking or technology as we know it. These proclamations are based on nothing
As I read the release coverage from the technology community about the new Apple iPad I kept thinking, what could you actually do with it that would make it work buying one for $500? Sure, it can surf the web and read emails, but so
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Have you heard about the Facebook murders? No, you haven’t. That’s because it hasn’t happened, yet. The latest dustup over Facebook’s privacy changes has played out around the web, in the print media, and even in Washington D.C. as the company decided to put dollars
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