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Friday, 27 June 2014

Fake News Stories Are Spreading Online Like Wildfire, And It's Making Me Look Like An Idiot

This is an intervention.

For many weeks the internet has been getting away with lies and deceit.

No more will we, the people, be made fools of.

Here’s a taste of what I’m talking about:

Tuesday, 24 June 2014

The Internet of Things to the...rescue?

RUN AND HIDE! Lock up your fridges! Flush your smartphone down the toilet! Smash that all-flipping, all-barking cute toy puppy to a speedy death with a sledge hammer. For they shall be taken. And unless you’re Liam Neeson’s daughter, ain’t no one gonna save ‘em.

Friday, 20 June 2014

Amazon Just Released The 'Fire Phone': What Next, The 'Face E-Book'?

There was a time when Amazon was for shopping, Google was for searching and advertising, Apple was for sleekly designed gadgets, and Facebook was for keeping in touch with friends.

Tuesday, 17 June 2014

Google Earth Art - You Won't Believe What 97 Cooling Towers Look Like Together

Jenny O’Dell creates images from man made structures - swimming pools, industrial buildings or even boats, that can be found on Google Earth.

Who could have guessed 97 nuclear cooling towers placed together would look that great ?

97 Nuclear Cooling Towers

100 Container Ships

125 Swimming Pools

Source: www.jennyodell.com

Monday, 16 June 2014

The internet is a playground - but should it be?

Because kids clearly don’t have enough to do these days, what with advancements in ADHD medication meaning supermarket tantrums don’t bring the same kicks as they used to, Facebook has developed a patent offering children of the world specialised access to the site. So although the current minimum user age is 13, there’s a chance your child needn't wait much longer to prematurely fry their brains into that zombie state traditionally reserved for teens just discovering internet porn. Hooray!

Friday, 13 June 2014

The Onion Unveils It's New Buzzfeed Parody Website: ClickHole

The Onion yesterday launched its new Buzzfeed parody website ClickHole - a website with content so clickable and sharable that once you've entered its domain you are unlikely to ever come back out again.

Google Takes To The Stars With A New $500 Million Cash Acquisition

Three days ago Google announced its most recent foray into space technologies and satellite launches: the acquisition of satellite photography company Skybox Imaging. Skybox were acquired in a cash only deal worth $500 million.

Friday, 6 June 2014

Businesses Without A Website Just Won't Make The Cut[ts]

This week as part of the Google webmaster help blog, the ever-animated/adventurous/amusing Matt Cutts released a video response to the popular question: 'what is the most common SEO mistake?'