Since mankind uttered its first words, we have been developing ways to communicate. Fire beacons and smoke signals have evolved to string and soup cans. Now we use VOIP and smart phones to talk to anyone at any time.. As technologies developed we used the telegraph and telephones – now communication is happening over the […]
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I found this link a while back but more or less forgot about it – then it bubbled to the top again…it is called retrievr. The first thing to notice is the lack of “e” at the end of the name — this is something flickr started, so if you see this, it usually has […]
In January 2007 a blog post titled Black Google Would Save 750 Megawatt-hours a Year proposed the theory that a black version of the Google search engine would save a fair bit of energy due to the popularity of the search engine. Since then there has been skepticism about the significance of the energy savings […]
MySpace was THE social network that started much of the Web 2.0 social hype. This is a great quote from the mashable site “If you asked most MySpace-haters what’s their problem with the service, they’d probably say: it’s ugly. Meanwhile, people tell us they are switching from Twitter to Pownce because it’s prettier and easier […]