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The Amazing Screw On Head

A new Sci Fi show from the creator of Hellboy, featuring the voices of Paul Giamatti, David Hyde Pierce and Molly Shannon.

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Newspaper execs seek hot online property for private chat, possible relationship

One of the many problems weighing down newspapers these days is that in classified ads, long a revenue bulwark, ventures like craigslist and assorted employment, auto and real estate sites are eating the industry's lunch and midafternoon pudding cup as Read More →

Must be that tasty office coffee

With gas prices in the United States hovering near $3 a gallon, broadband penetration at an all-time high, and staff meeting tedium a general bane, you'd think people given the option of telecommuting would do it full time. Not so. Read More →


"If you think you can get rich quick placing other people's ads on your site or blog, please contact Google who has taken and used our business name without permission or compensation."

-- The parting shot of marketing and design Read More →

Maybe we shouldn’t have combined the SEO and general counsel jobs

KinderStart’s lawsuit against Google over what it called “pervasive monopolistic practices” in the company's ranking of search results is proving far more effective as a publicity stunt than a legal action. On Thursday afternoon, Judge Jeremy Fogel of the U.S. Read More →

Semiconductor manufacturers collapse under AG happy stack

Semiconductor manufacturers accustomed to overclocking chips are going to be searching for ways to overclock their legal teams in the months ahead, now that the attorneys general of 34 U.S. states have fixed them in their legal crosshairs. On Read More →

And those of you who still have your jobs, don’t forget to put the right cover sheet on your TPS report, m’kay?

Intel CEO Paul Otellini has completed the 90-day review of operations he began in late April, and concluded the company was carrying a little too much weight around the middle. On Thursday afternoon, Intel said it was laying off Read More →
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