Is one hacker behind many of the "revenge-porn" photos that were posted on Hunter Moore's Is Anyone Up?
Uh, here is another reason to cancel your Yahoo! and AOL accounts and upgrade to Gmail stat. Not only have people been judging you silently about your AOL or Yahoo! account for years, an actual survey has been done that's determined that if you do have such accounts, you are probably a fat woman wit ... More >>
"You know that feeling: You hit Send -- and your heart nearly stops," reads an article in today's Wall Street Journal. "You just hit REPLY ALL!" emails a panicked co-worker to her sloppy friend in one of the anecdotes used by the Journal to argue that the "Reply All" button is nothing but a h ... More >>
The New York Times had a big, important meeting today at the Morgan Stanley Technology, Media & Telecom Conference, in which the people in charge talked about how the business side is going. For most everyone that reads the paper, the discussion is boring beyond belief. ("The improvement in p ... More >>
News Corp.'s own Darth Sidious, a.k.a. Rupert Murdoch, has had it up to here with the Google and their world domination. In fact, he's gone ahead and set the computer homepages in the new Sunday Times offices to Bing, the poor man's Yahoo!, which pays Uncle Rupe for his content. "None of us k ... More >>
The mischievous Buffalonians at WNYMedia.net have given the world yet another batch of over-the-top Carl Paladino emails he allegedly forwarded to a few dozen close friends. Again, there was no denial from Camp Carl, though campaign manager Michael Caputo suggested to the Daily News' Keith Lo ... More >>
From the looks of things some dude just pointed his camera at the JumboTron, slapped his Hotmail address at the bottom, and had pity on all you folks unwilling to pay $2,000 large for primo seats to witness Bon Jovi breaking in the new Meadowlands stadium with one of the highlights of Western civi ... More >>
We understand in great detail what a street team is (which we learned from listening to VoiceStreet over cubicle walls), and the importance of wide-scale sticker/flyer promotion, but is there really anyone out there, small business or new-to-town band, who would spot this serial-killer note taped ... More >>
As we approach the 20th anniversary of the Tiananmen Square uprising, China is apparently blocking Twitter -- and maybe also "Blogger, Flickr... Livejournal, Tumblr, the Huffington Post and Microsoft's Live.com, Hotmail, its MSN Space blog tool and its new search engine Bing," says Fox News. Whew -- ... More >>
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