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And the Emmy goes to Google for its supporting role in “The Office”

And Google claims it doesn't have designs on Microsoft's core PC software business ... (see "New from Google Labs: Microsoft Office Live"). This morning the company uncrated the cumbersomely named Google Apps for Your Domain (known as GAYD Read More →

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Ricky Gervais at Microsoft UK and Loose Car Tire on a Race Track: A tire comes off a car during a race... you wont believe where it lands Read More →

Welcome to the staff of MySpace magazine. Don’t buy a house.

Petscom Remember magazine? How about eBay magazine? The Magazine for Pets and Their Humans? No? Neither does News Corp. apparently, because if it did, Read More →

Games researcher to “violent Pac-Man” jokers: Bite me

If you move in from the extreme end of the spectrum (see "What's next, Jack, a jock check on Mario?"), there's some legitimate research being done on the potential effects of violent video games on young minds. But it's Read More →


"My! Very educated morons just screwed up numerous planetariums."

-- The winning entry in's contest for a new solar system mnemonic that reflect's Pluto's demotion (see "Astronomers delist Pluto, citing weaker than expected planethood")

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Kandykolored "Amazon EC2: the Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud" might sound like the title of an unpublished Tom Wolfe novel, but it's actually the name of Amazon's Read More →

DJ Ditty, he dead …

"It's interesting the iPod has been out for three years and it's only this past year it's become a raging success. Well, those things that become fads rage, and then they drop off. When I was growing up there was Read More →

Forget the Mac users — you know they like to do business with their own kind

AOL isn't just a dumb pipe provider. Nor is it just the witless steward of your hopes, fears and private information. It's the Internet's premiere video entertainment portal. At least that's how it would like to be viewed in light Read More →


"Web 1.0 was all about connecting people. It was an interactive space, and I think Web 2.0 is of course a piece of jargon, nobody even knows what it means. If Web 2.0 for you is blogs and wikis, then Read More →
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