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Now if only you could multithread your revenue streams

Sun Microsystems may have finally found a way to reverse its sliding market share. This morning the company unveiled two rack-mount servers that promise high performance with lower power consumption at a price that undercuts most of the competition. Read More →

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The worst job ever (Site absolutely not suitable for those with an aversion to creative profanity)

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Grokking Google

When it was issued, Google's mission statement -- "to organize the world's information and make it universally accessible and useful" -- seemed a grandly framed but relatively straightforward goal for a search company. Only now is the scope of Read More →

No, no, we said we needed more "bang" for our buck, not "bhang"

Intel is plowing more than $1 billion into India over the next five years  to bolster its operations in the country. The investment includes a $250 million venture-capital fund and an $800 million budget for research and development. "We Read More →

You forgot Golden Rule No. 11: Make them filthy rich

Google CEO Eric Schmidt  and Berkeley professor and Google consultant Hal Varian  have penned an article about  "getting the most out of knowledge workers" for Newsweek. Entitled "Ten Golden Rules," it's the sort of stuff you'd expect, and many Read More →

Remember, the best way to quit is not to start

IBM is jumping on the OpenDocument bandwagon. The company has confirmed that its Workplace Managed Client software will support the emerging standard. Workplace will be the first IBM product to support OpenDocument, which is viewed by some as Read More →

BellSouth to PR consultant: Heck of a job, Brownie

BellSouth is well on its way to replacing Sony BMG (see "BMG? That stands for 'Big Mistake, Guys,' right?") on the 10 Least Wanted list for offenses against Internet sensibilities. Lambasted last week for suggesting it should be able Read More →

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"I will NEVER EVER DO THIS EVER AGAIN and I am once more terribly sorry. Please let me go for I am terribly sorry!!! I'm only a kid! Help me out. I just want to go home. I did this Read More →

First learned of product from: a) store b) friend c) graffiti in Tony Hawk game

Video games are fast becoming the most effective way to deliver branding messages to the highly sought but elusive young male demographic. According to a study by Nielsen Entertainment, product placements in video games can enhance brand awareness Read More →

RealNetworks to offer Web-based Rhap …BUFFERING…

The movement into Web-based digital music services isn't so much an emerging trend as it is a mass migration. This morning RealNetworks said it has overhauled its Rhapsody digital music service and extended it to the Web. Read More →
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