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I’ve Been Searching So Long To Find An Answer – State of Web Search

October 14, 2010


According to comScore data, the state of search engine market share has Google leading by a lot, Yahoo in second but falling slightly, Microsoft Bing in third and remaining flat. As my life goes on I believe Somehow something’s changed Something deep inside Ooh a part of me There’s a strange new light in my […]

Oprah moving into mobile media

April 27, 2010


       As the world knows, Oprah Gail Winfrey will soon be departing from daytime television. The reason this has received so much notice is that she is more than a host. The show became the highest rated program of its kind in history and Oprah has formed it into a media empire for […]

Are Adobe & Apple & Google & Microsoft the modern day Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice?

April 11, 2010


  At first glance, it seems like a far out title with no reference point but there is one very common theme. No, its not plastics that was another beloved film of the 1960’s.  Simply stated – mate swapping and uncertainty. There was a time Apple and Google were romantically involved, however this is far […]

Internet News You Can’t Use

February 26, 2010


Facebook passing the 400 million user mark, Twitter reaching 50 million tweets per day, and YouTube viewers watching 1 billion videos per day are awesome to say the least. Jesse Thomas created a video with data from multiple sources highlighting some remarkable figures and visually depicts the Internet as we know it today. It’s a cool video and perspective […]

Avoiding break up on Valentine’s Day

February 14, 2010


It is Valentine’s Day and you want to avoid a break up so what can you do? One solution might be to avoid all of your text messages from the other half. As reported in their press release, Mobile social network MocoSpace found in a recent survey that around 50 percent of break ups are […]

Lady Google caught in a bad romance

February 12, 2010


Several months ago, Lady Gaga performed in Philadelphia where she sang, “I want your love, I don’t want to be friends…I want your bad romance.” Whether romance is defined as love or flirtation, many of Google’s romances have gone awry. Although a “Gromance” (Google romance) is not what Lady Gaga had intended, there are many […]

Study finds that heavy internet use is linked to depression

February 3, 2010


According to a recent research study out of Leeds University in the UK, scientists have found that the longer people spent online, the less likely they were to be happy. A small segment of the worst affected individuals were both depressed and addicted. However, the “chicken and egg” dynamic seem to be at play in […]

Welcome in 2010 with a new reality show starring…you

January 2, 2010


Whether watching television programs in analog or digital, each decade seems to introduce us to a hot new video genre. Genres that come to mind over the past 40 years are: Game shows in the 1960’s, Police/detective shows in the 1970’s, Music videos in the 1980’s, Sit com’s in the 1990’s, and Reality shows in […]

Top 50 websites of 2009

January 1, 2010


Time magazine has named its 50 best websites for 2009. This is a great opportunity to update the old and bring in the new when it comes to your bookmarks. These 50 offerings are indispensable to navigating, enjoying yourself, shopping or just killing time on the Web. A great reference guide to ring in the […]

Technology etiquette and safety: the times they are a changin' however –

December 24, 2009


When it comes to technology and our gadgets, there was a time when any type of behavior seemed acceptable. Technology etiquette remained an after thought. Consideration among those in close proximity became secondary behavior; thus, it was not uncommon to: Hear a cell phone ring disturbingly during a movie, Be seated next to someone on […]