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May 2010

WordPress is the Eleventh most visited place on the Internet

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WordPress.com powered by the most popular blog software in the world, WordPress, is the eleventh most visited place on the internet as reported by Google’s double click adplanner. In an excerpt: Microsoft cropped up in fifth place, too, with MSN.com, which attracts 18.1pc of the traffic, had 11 billion page views and 280 million unique…

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Strobist on Wired's cover shoot on Bill Gates and Mark Zuckerberg

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Wired has recently run a story on Bill Gates and Mark Zuckerberg, the old and the new tech titan. The shoot has interesting and memorable moments like when Bill Gates was viewing his picture from a MAC and Mark Zuckerbger came in late and wearing rubber shoes. Strobist, a photography lighting expert, discuss about Wired’s…

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Amazon Kindle isn't for Academic Usage

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I am reading this article from MaximumPC about Kindle’s inability to capture Academic usage requirements. Students from Princeton, University of Virginia and Reed College notes that Kindle is slow going back and forth pages, and bookmarking is inferior both are critical to academic routing. 23-year old graduate student Roesner says — “You don’t read textbooks…

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Microsoft stop your arrogance, you just ate Apple's dust

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Microsoft and Steve Ballmer just ate Apple’s dust after the Cupertino tech giant became the most valuable tech company in the world. Steve Ballmer remained arrogant dismissing Apple’s rise — “I will make more profits and certainly there is no technology company in the planet which is as profitable as we are, Stock markets will…

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Facebook's Guerilla approach to privacy settings, no mistakes made

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Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg admits Facebook has made a mistake on their privacy settings which spawned an army of legislators, watchdogs, concerned citizens into pressuring the social networking giant to deploy features that stop this new ecosystem that endangers all of us. The current implementation or non-implementation of Facebook’s privacy settings allowed people to see…

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The role of Screwups in Pixar's Toy Story 3 management team

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Pixar Animation Studios. Ten films. Twenty-two Academy awards, four Golden Globes, three Grammys. Each film averaged an eye-popping international gross of $550 million dollars while the last six averaged $637 million dollars. In the Hollywood business, movie stars, directors, and even film franchise can generate hundreds of millions of dollars today and fall flat in…

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