From Reuters LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Microsoft Corp. (Nasdaq:MSFT – news) plans to pay $200 million to $400 million for Massive Inc., a privately held company that places ads in video games, the Wall Street Journal said on Wednesday. The deal to buy the two-year-old start-up highlights the increasing importance of advertising in nontraditional media,… Read More »
Mobile Phones Revolutionize Webbrowsing, Study Says By Steve Javors From XBiz (Adult Content There – NSFW) PARIS, France According to the annual study by Ipsos Insight called “The Face of the Web”, mobile phone browsing is globally revolutionizing the way people view the Internet. The boom of cheap mobile phones, coupled with faster wireless… Read More »
An article from Cnet that should be shared: By Tom Krazit Staff Writer, CNET News.com FAQ Computer-related waste remains a local and global problem, despite the progress made over the last few years. More and more PCs are recycled, but some estimates say that 80 percent of the electronic waste slated for recycling in the… Read More »
An idea that may help save TV from digital doom. Getting tv guide on your cell may get people to watch more tv…
TV networks and affiliates challenge FCC on “indecency”
In an excellent article about Google map mashups, Richard Mamanus explains the basics of creating custom google maps around other info and working witht the google maps api for mashups.
The new features allow an advertiser to insert a business logo or picture in a balloon that pops up next to its location on the Google map, as well as provide additional information in several lines of text, such as a phone number of business description.
It’s been made; an application for creating rss feeds from an excel spreadsheet. Over at Automate Excel, Mark William Wielgus, a Microsoft Certified Excel Exper,t has created a little application that runs in excel and creates a basic rss feed with ease.
New data from Gallup shows that todat more and more people seem to know what a blog is, and are using them. Overall blog reading is not beating music and video usage online, but more and more people are using blog, I would suggest that many people read and use blogs without knowing it, but… Read More »
online saftey and internet common sense.. Then some info about online issues myspace and similar social networking site horror stories.. Drama, not reality drama, real drama.