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Feedmil Digs Deep to Find Interesting Content [RSS]

Mon, 04 May 2009 13:51:07 +0000

Feedmil is a topic-focused feed search engine that includes news, blogs, microblogs, audio and video casts, and discussion forums in its search to bring new and different material to your daily RSS diet.



Kill Your RSS Reader? WTF?

Mon, 04 May 2009 03:52:15 +0000

In theory, the RSS reader is a great idea. Many years ago, as blogs became an ever-larger part of my news diet....



is RSS Dead?

Sun, 03 May 2009 03:28:18 +0000

News was transformed on the web by the rise of a simple innovation: Real Simple Syndication, or RSS. RSS feeds are a popular way to consume blogs, news, and information in general. By subscribing to RSS feeds in a program like Google Reader, you can have Mashable, the New York Times, and lolcats sent to one place.



Get RSS feeds from your Gmail labels

Tue, 24 Mar 2009 04:51:42 +0000

The Entangled in WWW blog has posted a smart idea for taking full advantage of Gmail's labeling system and RSS/Atom feeds.



18 WordPress Plugins for RSS Management and Tweaks

Tue, 24 Mar 2009 04:49:50 +0000

Real Simple Syndication (RSS) enables site owners to automatically syndicate their content to readers in an easily digestible format. There are a number of WordPress plugins to help you manage your blog's RSS feed, track subscribers, and much more.



The Internet's 100 Oldest Dot-Com Domains

Thu, 15 Jan 2009 09:21:11 +0000

A look way way back at some of the World Wide Web's first commercial domains.



The 25 products we can't live without

Thu, 15 Jan 2009 09:20:05 +0000

What are they? To answer that question, we compiled the following list of the top 25 products that we don't just like but that we absolutely, positively can't live without.



If RSS is niche media, then why use it?

Sun, 16 Nov 2008 08:48:38 +0000

Really Simple Syndication isn't a mass-media play, but many clients are interested in it all the same. What's so great about RSS, and how is it best used? Full Article



OFF TOPIC: Can you resist a dog in costume?

Wed, 29 Oct 2008 03:30:33 +0000

Halloween is around the corner and nothing makes you smile more than a Three Headed Chihuahua --- yes I am not kidding. Take a break and view these for a good laugh. You gotta have a little fun once in a while.



Top 10 e-mail blunders of 2008

Tue, 28 Oct 2008 10:38:21 +0000

With Halloween lurking around the corner, messaging security and data loss prevention company Proofpoint has compiled some of the scariest e-mail blunders of the year



E-Mail Addiction: Five Signs You Need Help

Thu, 23 Oct 2008 08:32:07 +0000

Are you addicted to e-mail? Study finds the odds are good you checked your e-mail within the last 15 minutes. Here are five warning signs.



10 Ways to Waste Time on the Web

Thu, 23 Oct 2008 08:31:15 +0000

Want to idle away a few minutes--or hours? These sites will help you test your knowledge, name that tune, or write a haiku. You'll wonder where the time went.



10 Most Overrated Products

Thu, 16 Oct 2008 10:13:25 +0000

Hype springs eternal. Lots of technologies, products, and services don't merit the praise heaped on them. Here are 10 tech items that don't live up to their billing--and 10 that deserve respect that they don't receive.



Have an extra $750,000 lying around (and feeling lucky?)

Tue, 07 Oct 2008 04:58:02 +0000

The domain 'Rss.com' is up For auction. The term "RSS" receives over 3,810,000,000 page results in Google. Businesses can use the name as a powerful asset to attract new customers, boost search engine rankings and grow online advertising revenues. Since being parked and monetised through Sedo, the name averages 20,000 unique views a month.



20 security (and other IT) mistakes to avoid

Wed, 24 Sep 2008 10:42:41 +0000

Fall prey to any one of these common IT blunders and watch your organization's prospects suffer -- not to mention your own.



Eight Crazy E-Mail Hoaxes Millions Have Fallen For

Thu, 18 Sep 2008 08:49:01 +0000

E-mail fills our in-boxes with come-ons to see celebrities naked and to get rich quick. Even though we know deep down that these are fakes, why do we contine to think, 'Maybe?



Five Insane Upgrades That You Should Never Do

Thu, 28 Aug 2008 08:58:44 +0000

Feeling a bit nutty? These five upgrades are a little risky and time-consuming--but if you're up for a challenge, you could end up with the coolest rig on the block.



30 Skills Every IT Person Needs

Thu, 28 Aug 2008 06:33:29 +0000

Issues of compliance and the threat of litigation may be driving some organizations to consider e-mail archiving as a means of retaining business correspondence. But there are other compelling reasons for adoption. This Info-Tech Research document identifies the trends shaping the e-mail archiving market and assesses some of the key characteristics of archiving projects.



NBC's DealMeRss.com Explores Lead-Generation Rev Potential

Mon, 28 Jul 2008 04:10:30 +0000

With DealMeRss.com, NBCU is looking to gain insight into the type of content that works best for "calls to action," as well as what prompts consumers to sign up to receive offers via e-mail, widgets and RSS feeds.



Tools Help Take Your Blog to the Next Level

Mon, 28 Jul 2008 03:42:00 +0000

With WordPress blogging software and a compatible host, you can customize your blog pages and gain greater control.



Hottest gadgets for summertime fun

Thu, 17 Jul 2008 07:59:11 +0000

Summer's here, and the time is right for checking out the latest and greatest gadgets for outdoor enjoyment, fun, or productivity. Sit back, grab a cold one and view our choices for the best new tools for the summer season.



100 Best Products of 2008

Sun, 13 Jul 2008 10:00:28 +0000

This year's tech gems will leave you more productive, connected, and entertained.



22 Tips to Do Everything Faster

Tue, 01 Jul 2008 02:45:53 +0000

22 smarter, more efficient ways to make short work of common tech tasks--from reinstalling Windows to crushing spyware to setting up a Web site.



American workers waste $650 million a year checking email too often

Fri, 20 Jun 2008 04:40:24 +0000

A typical information worker who sits at a computer all day turns to his e-mail program more than 50 times and uses instant messaging 77 times, according to one measure by RescueTime, a company that analyzes computer use habits. The company, which draws its data from 40,000 people who have tracking software on their computers, found that on average the worker also stops at 40 Web sites over the course of the day.



Top 10 Google Flubs, Flops, and Failures

Fri, 20 Jun 2008 04:12:35 +0000

Not everything Google touches turns to gold. These are some of Google's biggest nonstarter Web services, software programs, and business moves.



D'oh! The Most Disastrous E-Mail Mistakes

Wed, 11 Jun 2008 12:40:40 +0000

Want some light entertainment? Check out our readers' true tales of e-mail faux pas, and find out how to prevent them from happening to you.



The Biggest A$#$%holes on the Web

Thu, 05 Jun 2008 09:43:49 +0000

We've all run into obnoxious people on the Internet. But these are the kinds of idiots who make you feel like logging off permanently.



If you love your Mac...you need to see how Apple uses RSS!

Sat, 31 May 2008 10:58:24 +0000

Safari RSS for Mac OS X Tiger lets you keep up with breaking news thanks to support for RSS 0.9, RSS 1, RSS 2 and Atom. With Safari, you know right away if you've landed on a website that offers an RSS feed, thanks to a handy RSS icon. Click it and Safari displays the feed. Safari even tells you when your bookmarked feeds are updated with new articles, so you get the latest news without repeatedly refreshing.



RSS Advertising Shows Signs of Life

Sat, 31 May 2008 03:33:20 +0000

A mounting body of evidence suggests in-feed ad delivery is a growing opportunity for marketers and publishers alike.



22 Tips to Do Everything Faster

Fri, 30 May 2008 05:22:08 +0000

22 smarter, more efficient ways to make short work of common tech tasks--from reinstalling Windows to crushing spyware to setting up a Web site.



10 Killer Texting Tricks

Thu, 15 May 2008 02:26:47 +0000

Text messaging isn't just kid's stuff anymore. Use these amazing online tools to turn any SMS-capable phone into a productivity powerhouse.



The 10 most important technologies you never think about

Thu, 08 May 2008 03:42:40 +0000

You may not spend much time considering Unicode, XML, and digital signal processing, but you couldn't get through your day without them.



Seven Free Geek Tools - and a Quick Tip

Fri, 02 May 2008 09:52:18 +0000

Fix PC lock-ups, jump-start your cable modem, and diagnose problems with your router.



Build Your Business With a Blog

Wed, 30 Apr 2008 17:27:25 +0000

Marketing methods have changed significantly since the dawn of social media. Luckily, many of the tools and tactics accompanying these changes are inexpensive and highly effective, regardless of your business' size.



Targeting Feeds - GOOD RSS NEWS...read up my friends

Wed, 30 Apr 2008 17:25:43 +0000

When you consider the magnitude of RSS usage and how quickly it's grown, it's an amazingly, astoundingly under-utilized channel. RSS has just simply been stuck under the radar.



Feedburner-Google Integration under way, Adsense on RSS to push through

Wed, 30 Apr 2008 17:22:24 +0000

When Google acquired Feedburner last year, one of the changes that were announced was the integration of Adsense ad units into Feedburner members' RSS feeds. Nothing much has been heard about this since then, until now.



Things You Didn't Know You Could Do With Google

Sat, 26 Apr 2008 05:34:33 +0000

Calculate complex equations, track shipments, build a Web site, and more--all on Google. Plus, how not to move a palm tree.



NetNewsWire RSS reader beta updated

Wed, 23 Apr 2008 04:06:54 +0000

Popular RSS reader NetNewsWire has been updated fixing a couple of bugs with the application.



What does the Queen of England and RSS have in common?

Fri, 18 Apr 2008 01:34:47 +0000

Buckingham Palace established its cyber credentials last year when it began offering The Queen's Christmas Message and other addresses via an RSS feed for download into iPods and other video players. Until then it had been most widely available online through the BBC's Web site. ...



Picks from the Pros: 3 Great Downloads (including GREAT RSS Reader)

Fri, 18 Apr 2008 01:33:46 +0000

Last but not least, there is even an RSS downloader for all your news feeds. As the old saying goes, size does matter, and in this case, the smaller the better. ...



RSS and HDTV? Good Looks Ahead: What's Next???

Fri, 18 Apr 2008 01:32:47 +0000

Panasonic unveiled its VieraCast service (for watching YouTube videos and accessing photos via Google's Picasa photo-sharing site) ; and Samsung showed TVs that could receive an RSS newsfeed powered by USA Today. All are expected to be released sometime this year. ..



The Top 17 Google Gags, Hoaxes, and Easter Eggs

Fri, 18 Apr 2008 01:30:17 +0000

Google makes your life easier with great search, but did you also know it's loaded with pranks, goofs, and put-ons? We show you the best of the bunch.



A MUST READ FOR ALL FIREFOX USERS!!!!!

Thu, 17 Apr 2008 04:14:06 +0000

Firefox is unique among modern web browsers in that it has a community of third-party web developers, which contribute thousands of free and useful add-ons. Here is a selection of add-ons of value to marketing efforts:



1988 vs 2008, A Tech Retrospective

Thu, 10 Apr 2008 18:12:35 +0000

Think a Blackberry is pricey? The cool cell phone of 1988 cost $4382 in today's dollars. A 150MB hard drive? $8755. Take a trip with us down memory lane, and you'll never whine about the price of a gadget again.



17 Social Network Choices: Find Your Home on the Web

Tue, 08 Apr 2008 05:20:44 +0000

Whether you're looking for a job, a party, or long-lost friends, your ideal online meeting place is out there. We'll help you find it.



The eight most dangerous consumer technologies

Fri, 28 Mar 2008 03:06:42 +0000

High-tech consumer products and services of all kinds are making their way into the workplace. They include everything from smart phones, voice-over-IP systems and flash memory sticks to virtual online worlds. And as people grow more accustomed to having their own personal technology at their beck and call -- and in fact can't imagine functioning without it -- the line between what they use for work and what they use for recreation is blurring.



The 10 most disruptive technology combinations

Thu, 27 Mar 2008 03:37:16 +0000

If there's one thing the digital revolution has taught us, it's that we shouldn't get too attached to anything. Technology has a way of seizing long-held ideas and entrenched industries and turning them upside-down. Disruption is rarely the result of a single gadget or innovation, however. It's typically when two or more technologies converge that the real changes start to happen. For this look at the most disruptive high-tech events of the last quarter century, we divided developments into pairs that have formed an effective one-two punch. Click here to see our picks for the ten technology duos with the biggest impact.



Enterprise RSS Tackles Information Worker Overload

Thu, 13 Mar 2008 03:12:23 +0000

nformation workers today are drowning in content — email, newsletters, press releases, and spam — and the problem is getting worse. To deal with this tsunami, workers are turning to RSS (Really Simple Syndication). Although efficient for individual information workers, unmanaged, RSS can wreak havoc on enterprise IT. To prevent problems like bandwidth overload and security infractions, information and knowledge management professionals should implement enterprise RSS solutions. Enterprise RSS turbo-charges the benefits of unmanaged RSS adoption with internal content syndication, filtering, and collaboration. It also provides increased security and reduces IT requirements.



Toronto firm scopes out enterprise RSS space

Thu, 13 Mar 2008 03:09:58 +0000

Alertle tries to offer a more desktop-style experience in order to reduce another potential form of information overload. How many feeds can you read?



The SEO Website Overhaul

Sat, 08 Mar 2008 05:19:29 +0000

Five small changes to your website that can greatly improve your search engine visibility



50 Ways to Make Your Software Do More

Thu, 06 Mar 2008 13:44:46 +0000

Give your browser, RSS apps, office apps, and multimedia programs new life with these 50-plus add-ons, tips, and tweaks.



The Smartest, Dumbest Tech Moves of '07

Sat, 01 Mar 2008 04:58:35 +0000

Overall, the industry did several things right and wrong this year. But here's what Network World readers, columnists, bloggers and testers say are the absolute smartest and dumbest moves of 2007 -- and why they matter.



2007 Coolest Gadgets

Sat, 01 Mar 2008 04:58:11 +0000

The end of the year provides us with the perfect excuse to look back at some of the coolest gadgets of 2007. As you might expect, the continuing convergence of all sorts of products into smaller and more functional devices was a big theme in 2007. Some of the gadgets also reminded us of the importance of services that often go hand-in-hand with hardware and are a big but often forgotten part of the "cool factor" we attach to such products. Read more.



The Year in Tech: Top 2007 News and Trends

Sat, 01 Mar 2008 04:57:53 +0000

Legal tussles, format wars, and (of course) the iPhone dominated technology news in 2007. The iPhone may have made the biggest tech splash in 2007, but a lot of other cannonballs hit the water as well: The year saw the hatching of Google's Android, a number of exploding laptops, and even a new tech-related ailment called "Acute Wiiitis."Here are the biggest tech headlines of the year--including some we'd like to forget.



15 best downloads of 2007

Sat, 01 Mar 2008 04:57:27 +0000

The best downloadable utilities, productivity tools and apps we've seen in 2007.



RSS, Analytics, and You

Sat, 01 Mar 2008 04:56:41 +0000

RSS is a great way to market to your web site to visitors...



Would You Pay $1 For A Feed?

Fri, 01 Feb 2008 09:50:32 +0000

Before you read this article, I'd ask that you ignore how things are today, I want you to free your mind of the current model so you can fully absorb what I am going to suggest. With that said, here we go.



Thirteen Simple Ways to Bring Order to Your Inbox

Fri, 11 Jan 2008 03:40:38 +0000

Tips for organizing your e-mail in Outlook 2003, Outlook Express 6, and Mozilla Thunderbird 1.5.



In pictures: How to Spot an E-mail Scam

Fri, 26 Oct 2007 03:08:12 +0000

Wonder whether the message announcing that you've received an e-card is legit? Or whether PayPal is really trying to contact you? Here's a visual guide to spotting malware, fraud, and other dirty tricks in your inbox. Read more.



The eight most dangerous consumer technologies

Fri, 26 Oct 2007 03:07:40 +0000

High-tech consumer products and services of all kinds are making their way into the workplace. They include everything from smart phones, voice-over-IP systems and flash memory sticks to virtual online worlds. And as people grow more accustomed to having their own personal technology at their beck and call -- and in fact can't imagine functioning without it -- the line between what they use for work and what they use for recreation is blurring. Read More.



How to explain RSS the Oprah way

Tue, 18 Sep 2007 06:45:04 +0000

Today, I'm going to explain how RSS can help you live your best life online.



SEO Tips For Blogs And Feeds

Wed, 12 Sep 2007 00:55:35 +0000

More companies are using blogs and RSS feeds to communicate with consumers - but this fresh content can't draw in new traffic if it's not searchable. Ross Dunn gives a detailed overview of the basics of optimizing blogs and feeds for the search engines, from providing an easily accessible listing of the top-ten blog posts (to ensure that these popular post don't get buried in archives) to placing RSS auto-discovery tags in the header of every page that has feeds available



Should RSS Feeds Be Included In Search Results?

Wed, 12 Sep 2007 00:55:05 +0000

As more publishers use RSS feeds to give readers constant access to new content, .xml and .rss links are increasingly showing up in organic search results. But do searchers really need Google or Yahoo to serve links to these feeds -- when they can typically access them from the site themselves? And what about searchers who don't even know what an RSS feed is?



Freakonomics Sparks Debate Over Partial RSS Feeds

Wed, 12 Sep 2007 00:54:28 +0000

Freakonomics, the addictive blog examining the "hidden-side-of-everything," just partnered with The New York Times, moving under the flagship brand's online and editorial umbrellas. Congrats to the coauthors, celebrity economist Stephen Levitt, and his articulate sidekick Stephen Dubner. Freakonomics is a pioneer and its move into the NYTimes underscores the value and importance of niche, blog-format content in 21st-century publishing, not to mention lively, opinionated content.



Is RSS the Best of Web 2.0?

Wed, 12 Sep 2007 00:54:01 +0000

RSS is the most valuable Web 2.0 application, a survey says. Social network and blog proponents may feel differently.



TurnHere Taps RSS-Powered Ads to Promote Branded Video Content

Wed, 12 Sep 2007 00:53:35 +0000

Online video platform and production firm TurnHere has partnered with feed-based ad company Pheedo to distribute its branded video content via RSS into ad units placed on Pheedo's network.



B2B Marketers Prefer Blogs, RSS, Podcasts among Web 2.0 Tools

Wed, 12 Sep 2007 00:53:03 +0000

Web 2.0 is transforming B2B marketing with blogs, podcasts, wikis and social networks, which are increasingly becoming standard means of communicating with customers, prospects and partners, according to "The B2B Web 2.0 Tools Report" issued by Direct Impact Marketing and Buzz Marketing for Technology blog, writes MarketingCharts.



The 21 biggest tech flops: Dot-bombs, E-books, PCjr, Internet Currency and Iridium

Wed, 12 Sep 2007 00:52:25 +0000

Hype is the coin of the realm in the technology business. If you listen to vendors and the media, it may sometimes seem as though every new product, service, concept or even security threat will be the Next Big Thing



Bloggers Ponder Google's RSS Syndication Stats

Sun, 15 Jul 2007 07:49:31 +0000




How to Survive the Worst PC Disasters

Thu, 21 Jun 2007 02:30:45 +0000




FeedBurner Acquisition to Make RSS Mainstream

Mon, 18 Jun 2007 04:25:27 +0000

The ever-expanding chimera that is Google now wants to grab a share of the nascent RSS advertising market, and they couldn't have done any better than to buy FeedBurner. Google gets access to FeedBurner's analytics that mine feed performance and advertising exposure.



Google expands its advertising reach with the acquisition of Feedburner

Mon, 18 Jun 2007 04:24:57 +0000

Google Inc. has announced its acquisition of FeedBurner Inc., a service focused on making money from the steady stream of information flowing from blogs, podcasts and traditional news sites



Feedburner Cashes in on $100M Google Acquisition

Fri, 25 May 2007 07:52:00 +0000

RSS management service Feedburner is about to be purchased by Google for $100 million, reports TechCrunch.



The Top Five Reasons Why It's 'RSS or DIE' (premium content)

Fri, 25 May 2007 07:49:43 +0000

"RSS" stands for "Really Simple Syndication." In a nutshell, it is the technology that is enabling blogs, podcasts, and all major online news rooms. RSS is rapidly displacing email and Web sites as the preferred method for distributing online content.



The 100 best tech products products of 2007

Fri, 25 May 2007 07:38:38 +0000




Demographics Ripen Podcasts for Ad Dollars

Sat, 19 May 2007 07:12:11 +0000

A new study of podcast usage shows the format is an open field for marketers hoping to reach certain demographics, reports ElitesTV.



Google Brings Feed Reader to Wii

Sat, 19 May 2007 07:11:06 +0000

The Google Feed Reader has arrived on the Nintendo Wii, reports the Google blog, making it easy for Wii owners to browse the blogosphere with the now-famous 'Wii-mote.'



Amazon, Simon & Schuster Promote Authors With Video and Podcasts

Mon, 14 May 2007 06:24:42 +0000

The retailer and the publisher are using cheap multimedia formats to generate buzz about authors and artists.



SEO for Blogs and Feeds

Mon, 14 May 2007 06:23:58 +0000




NBC Acquires Rmail

Mon, 07 May 2007 05:03:24 +0000

NBC Universal has made a seemingly minor acquisition that may become a key component its digital future strategies. The media giant dropped just $150,000 on Rmail, a startup that converts RSS feeds to email, according to CNET.



IT 360 - On a roll with RSS

Mon, 07 May 2007 04:56:11 +0000

Savvy Web surfers employ Real Simple Syndication (RSS) feeds to separate the wheat from the chaff of Net content. However, corporations can also effectively use the same technology to accurately target their message at a more receptive audience without the stigma attached to spam, according to Internet communication experts. Organizations should take advantage of the relatively cheap "multiple syndication" capability that RSS offers, said Kris Hadlock, founder of Studio Sedition, a Phoenix-based Web development firm.






Nine hot consumer technologies you can't ignore

Wed, 02 May 2007 04:07:01 +0000







50 best tech products of all time

Mon, 23 Apr 2007 10:40:56 +0000

After considering hundreds of products and engaging in many hours of painstaking debate, PC World presents the 50 best tech products. Note that we're looking only at technology that has arisen since the dawn of the personal computer, so don't expect to see the cotton gin and the transistor radio on the list. Instead, you'll find gear that, in all likelihood, you used yourself at one point or another, and in many cases, products you're still using today.



RSS in Action! Ad Age

Mon, 23 Apr 2007 10:34:49 +0000




How to Buy RSS Ads - Formats, Pricing & Response Rates

Tue, 10 Apr 2007 02:14:40 +0000

With publishers moving to monetize their RSS feeds, marketers have more opportunities to reach Web users who consume much online content but don't view many ads.



The 50 most important people on the Web

Tue, 03 Apr 2007 04:46:16 +0000

Despite what others might have you believe, I'm sorry to tell you that you are not the most powerful or influential person on the Web!



Twitter Is Latest Web Sensation

Sat, 31 Mar 2007 03:07:19 +0000

Twitter, the mini-blogging service for mobile phones, is fast becoming the Web's new media darling. Over the past few weeks, Silicon Valley has started buzzing about the possibility of the company hitting the kind of critical mass seen by YouTube and MySpace.



Corporate tug-of-war around e-mail retention policy

Tue, 06 Mar 2007 13:53:06 +0000

A recent Gartner Inc. study of some 500 business persons has found that e-mail is their preferred mode of communication. There are three main reasons for this preference, says a Gartner analys



12 crackpot tech ideas that may transform IT

Tue, 06 Mar 2007 11:41:38 +0000

Technologies that push the envelope of the plausible capture our curiosity almost as quickly as the would-be crackpots who dare to concoct them become targets of our derision.



Dispute Resolution: Resolving ISP Blocks

Thu, 01 Mar 2007 03:22:56 +0000

Working to resolve delivery challenges with an ISP is a lot like working with a blocklist. ISPs often use blocklists to help decide whether to deliver your e-mail and where to send it: to the inbox or the bulk folder.



The three top online threats and how to counter them

Wed, 28 Feb 2007 04:06:52 +0000

The same Internet connection that lets you reach out and touch millions of Web servers, e-mail addresses, and other digital entities across the globe also endangers your PC and the information it contains about you. Here's how to stymie the three gravest Internet risks.



Podvertising

Wed, 28 Feb 2007 03:58:42 +0000

A new eMarketer report looks beyond the buzz to provide a realistic assessment of the opportunities, and pitfalls, awaiting marketers who advertise on podcasts. Full Article



Content Producers Are Hit and Miss With RSS

Wed, 28 Feb 2007 03:56:16 +0000

RSS is the preferred blog content delivery method. But that's just a superficial description of it. It has a long list of practical applications. True, the vast majority of blogs use RSS. If they don't, it's probably by mistake. If blogs had never materialized, however, RSS would still have a place in SEM and Web development.



NeoEdge Releases RSS-Powered Game Player Targeting Women

Wed, 28 Feb 2007 03:49:40 +0000

Targeting women over 20, casual game destination NeoEdge has launched a downloadable game player titled Most Fun, reports ClickZ. Investing in content, game developers publishing...



Blogs, wikis and RSS feeds are gaining popularity as a way to quickly and easily distribute content

Sat, 24 Feb 2007 18:11:27 +0000

These new technologies enable users the flexibility to access the information only when they want it, and the added option of choosing to respond and add to the content.



Marriott CEO Opens up Discussion by Blogging

Mon, 19 Feb 2007 18:38:56 +0000

Chairman and CEO of Marriott International Bill Marriott is already getting positive results from a blog he launched last month.



Pheedo Using RSS to Update Rich Media Ads

Sat, 17 Feb 2007 16:12:02 +0000

Moving beyond the use of RSS to update just text ads, Pheedo will now use RSS to push new information to video and audio ads it serves, reports ClickZ.



Ten ways to keep your PC secure at Wi-Fi hotspots

Sat, 17 Feb 2007 04:04:02 +0000

Wi-Fi hot spots in airports, restaurants, cafes and even downtown locations have turned Internet access into an always-on, ubiquitous experience. Unfortunately, that also means always-on, ubiquitous security risks.