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Facebook will ‘look into’ its own sneaky email switching

ESPN.com Royally Screws Up, Uses Headline: 'Chink In The Armor,' Following Knicks Loss

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Late last night ESPN.com ran the headline "Chink In The Armor" on their mobile website (see screen grab below; via TheBigLead.com). According to ESPN.com, the headline ran from approximately 2:30 to 3:05 am. Here is a statement released by ESPN.com. Last night, ESPN.com’s mobile web site posted an offensive...
ESPN.com Royally Screws Up, Uses Headline: 'Chink In The Armor,' Following Knicks Loss
Fool Me Twice, Shame On You: AP's Twitter Feed Has No Followers, Still Showing Hoaxed Tweet This Morning

Will Google Reader's demise revive RSS?

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Now that Google Reader got its death sentence, the cries from die-hard fans of the online feed reader have gone out across Facebook, Twitter, Google+, and websites the world over. The outcry was especially loud on our forums. "This royally sucks," one commenter posted Wednesday. "It would be easier...
Will Google Reader's demise revive RSS?

App Store Gets a PG-13 Rating!

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App Store Gets a PG-13 Rating! is a post from Chris PirilloApple has decided to make some serious changes to the types of Apps that they will allow to sell on the App Store. They company pulled several Apps in the past week that they deemed to be of a...
App Store Gets a PG-13 Rating!

THE TRUTH ABOUT THE ECONOMY: In the 1980s, Greed WAS Good... Then We Went Overboard

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There's a famous scene in the 1987 movie Wall Street in which the corporate raider Gordon Gekko gets up at a shareholder meeting of a company called "Teldar Paper" and defends his impending takeover of the company. (Click the source link above to watch it). To the horror of...
THE TRUTH ABOUT THE ECONOMY: In the 1980s, Greed WAS Good... Then We Went Overboard

Traffic And Trip Updates Now Available For Enterprise Customers Through Google Maps API

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One of the coolest features that you can get from Google is the capability to see on a map and time it the time it will take to get to a destination either by walking, bike, car or mass transit based on traffic conditions. It quickly gained popularity when Google began...
Traffic And Trip Updates Now Available For Enterprise Customers Through Google Maps API
× Just a test of the new info bar. What do you think?