We mentioned last week that a large portion of all the emails Sarah Palin sent in her half-term as governor of Alaska are finally being made public long after a few publications requested them via open records laws back in 2008. It's now being reported that the mother-load will drop tomorrow. ... More >>
Myspace, the long-floundering social networking site acquired by Rupert Murdoch's News Corporation for $580 million in 2005, has been planning a mid-2011 sale for some time, though interest has been decidedly low. Last year alone, ad spending dropped 37%, while they lost 15% of total users, a ... More >>
It would be very easy to root against the liberal cleavage emporium, occasionally news-breaking, mostly news-aggregating behemoth The Huffington Post, whose most popular articles currently include "PHOTOS: Jennifer Love Hewitt In A Bikini" and something called "WATCH: The Wrong Way To Install ... More >>
Back in the day...Myspace, the News Corp.-owned social network of yesterday, will layoff between a third and half of its approximately 1,100 employees, according to a report from the Wall Street Journal on Tuesday, again reigniting chatter about the company's epic failure since a 2005 acquisi ... More >>
Do you know what Plenty of Fish is? It's a dating website based in Canada -- though it's kind of a big deal in Williamsburg, supposedly, probably because it's free -- and it's currently not working. What of the people whose matches have yet to be made?
The Internet is Awesome, and not because Al Gore invented it, or because it's given hacks like me a living, while rendering professional craftsmen with regard to tradition, skill, scruples, and form practically useless. No. The Internet is Awesome because it keeps getting faster. And who does ... More >>