There are two options: you either thought about Hewlett Packard or Harry Potter. What did I think when I saw the letters posted on most of the social networks I’m in? I’ll leave that for… Read More "The HP Fever… and Not the Computer Brand"
Article first published as Oops, Microsoft Launches Social Network by Mistake on Technorati. Two weeks in after Google+’s launch, Microsoft mistakenly uploaded a new social network called “Tulalip”. According to this newsflash published on Geeky Gadgets Microsoft launched it… Read More "Oops, Microsoft Launches Social Network by Mistake"
Article first published as Twittermentia and Other Addictions on Technorati. Have you ever wondered how many tweets a day you send out into the universe? What about other pages or apps you’ve linked to your Twitter account… Read More "Twittermentia and Other Addictions"
It was only a matter of [little] time before Facebook countered Google +. Thus far, the most appealing feature of Google + is Google Hangouts. A feature in which you turn on your webcam and… Read More "Hangouts vs Fb+Skype"
Just my last post I was talking about Google + and its great challenge to overcome a 700 million user network. As soon as they launched it, I was out in the search for an… Read More "Going with Google +"
How can you beat a 700 million user network? Time after time there have been different issues bringing out the now classic battle of Google vs. Facebook. Mostly it was about commonalities or uses that… Read More "Google Betting Big"
In the words of the good old Red Hot Chili Peppers, Fortune Faded is a song of fall after fall, asking how is it that the singer (or Sean Parker) has found himself in a… Read More "Sean Parker’s Fortune Faded"
Even though radio broadcasts are over a century old, radio has found a piggyback ride on the Internet to come back to life. Radio was, in tradition, the revitalizer of people; especially around WWII, even… Read More "Newfound Love for Radio"
It wasn’t until after the Internet boom that the word “Geek” even began to have some kind of importance in society at large. Before the twenty first century came, geeks were rather known as “nerds”.… Read More "How Geeks Became Hipsters"
It seems that even though the idea of fair competition is the base of our economic system, it’s also true that Darwin’s law applies. Even though the Internet is a vast place to do, invent,… Read More "Playing on a “Risk” Board"