Monthly Archives: March 2011

Vacation, all I ever wanted

I’m off for spring break, so no posts for a week or so, barring any emergencies, catastrophes or natural disasters. And they say news is depressing. To those who have time off, enjoy spring break. To those who don’t, enjoy … Continue reading

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Second gear, lean right

Mobile devices are extensions of our selves. It should then come as no surprise that mobile platforms begin to affect when we read. Like TiVo, computers allow us to save articles and peruse them later. A survey by Read It Later … Continue reading

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Why news orgs need more Cheez-Its

Why are those birds so angry? They just scored $42 million in funding. For those who’ve never played, Angry Birds took the Block Breaker principle, added pigs that steal eggs and introduced kamikaze birds who want their unborn returned. It’s … Continue reading

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Division, dunes and one clover

Happy St. Patrick’s Day! A quick roundup of tech stories from the web: • Twitter divides the happy and unhappy as art imitates life. Playing its own devil’s advocate, the microblog network unites families and recovery efforts as Japan has … Continue reading

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Rock bottom technology

Tick, tick, tick should be tech, tech, tech. Although, how techy can we really become? Aside from HUD implants in our eyes and chips in our brains, is technology at a plateau? Mashable’s Todd Wasserman thinks so, at least for … Continue reading

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