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Quake, For Your Doom is Nigh

I don't know how it is in other countries, but here, in Germany the government bodies, responsible for reviewing the media, harmful to young persons, are a bit… let me put it mildly… pushy. While the rest of the world was enjoying butchering hordes of mosters in Doom and Quake, the German teenagers ... (read more)


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Facebook doesn't want to lag behind Google+, which allegedly has no limitations of the post size: now your posts on Zuckerberg's site can be up to 63,206 characters large. This figure is not a random one. Bob Baldwin, a Facebook engineer: “I set the exact limit to something nerdy. Facebook … Face Bo... (read more)


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The Smart*ss Service

That's, basically, how they bare positioning themselves, which I don't find to be the case really. 'They' are TYSTYA, a new microblogging service. The name is the acronym for „Told You So Ten Years Ago“.

As follows from its name, all the messages you live on TYSTYA get published on your account in ten ye... (read more)


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The Jolly Facebook

It is not only the anti-globalist and other leftist movements who defend the web-piracy. Last week saw a very rare event, as Facebook, Google, AOL, LinkedIn, EBay, Mozilla, and Yahoo! sent a protest note to the U.S. Senate.

Well, to be honest, the tech giants are protesting not against fighting the... (read more)


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Business as Usual

„The Data Frame“: that was the motto of Web 2.0 Summit that ended yesterday in San Francisco.

The Big Shots, heads of almost all biggest IT-monsters in the world, gathered at the Palace Hotel of Fog City to discuss the latest trends of the industry, condemn the rivals' failures, and brag about their own success... (read more)


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U Can't Touch This

The was one nice kinky spot at Web 2.0 Summit in San Francisco. It was… Guess who?

MC Hammer!

Stay calm. This guy is not going to advertise his new pants fashion line. His intention is to enter the search business with a new search engine, called Wiredoo: details here.

Looks like he's got a bad taste for names, as well.


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The last week saw astonishing news from Japan, as Toshiba announced their new display with the unprecedented resolution of 2560 x 1600 pixels. If you haven't uttered an astonished gasp after reading the previous sentence, I'll give you a hint: the resolution of Galaxy Nexus, the highest one among al... (read more)


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Let's Make It a Bit More Overbloated

Alas, John McCarthy is dead…

What, no reaction? No hysteric hype around his untimely death in media? No 'wow'-sounds, uttered by you, as you learned about it? The very first questions that highlighted in your mind was: 'Who the dickens is that John McCarthy?!'

Well, actually, thi... (read more)


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The Key to the Mystery

I remember myself wondering a couple of weeks ago, what '4S' in the new Apple phone's name mean. You know, it sounds a bit ambiguous, to say the least… Or not so respectful for Apple's potential customers, who the phone is supposed to be designed for (nudge-nudge).

That mystery would have remained ... (read more)