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Google Launches Free WiFi For "Trusted Testers" in Mountain View, CA


BREAKING NEWS: Google lights up their free wifi for the first time! The link is a Google map of access points and dead spots in the Mountain View area. Expect to see this officially launch later this summer.

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Pentagon Sets its Sights on MySpace Information


The National Security Agency is funding research into the mass harvesting of the information that people post about themselves on social networks, and could combine combine data with details such as banking, retail and property records, allowing the NSA to build extensive, all-embracing personal profiles of individuals.

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Microsofts Version of Google Pages, but with a free domain!


Microsoft is offering their own version of google pages. Only now it has a free domain involved.What ever you want from .org, .net, or .com. You can transfer any of the domains after 60 days. Seems that microsoft has done another thing right.

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Nearly 50 Million Americans Create Web Content


Forty-eight million American adults have contributed some form of user-generated content on the Internet. That's 35 percent of Internet users. Of those adults who have posted content on the Web, 73 percent, or 31 million, have a broadband connection at home.

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Cool map of the Internet


This site uses Google's "related sites" feature to show what site is connected to each other.

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List of Free TV Web Sites!


This article has a listing of free TV Web Sites. Includes links to Web Sites that show Martial Arts TV, Asian TV, Adult Content, Sports, and News. Really good posting with all links you will ever need for free TV in one location!

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Blue Security Throws In The Towel


"At the end of the day if we continue doing so, within a few days, major websites will go down. I cannot go ahead and rip up the internet to make Blue Security work."

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The DOD to release video of Flight 77 striking the Pentagon on 9/11 today.


Judicial Watch announced today that Department of Defense will release a videotape to Judicial Watch at 1:00 p.m. this afternoon that allegedly shows American Airlines Flight 77 striking the Pentagon on 9/11. what will the tin hat foil wearers have to say? i can't wait to see.

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Why Qwest Hung Up On NSA


"When he learned that no such authority had been granted and that there was a disinclination on the part of the authorities to use any legal process, including the Special Court which had been established to handle such matters, Mr. Nacchio concluded that these requests violated the privacy requirements of the Telecommications Act..."

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12 Species of Flies Get Federal Protection


Get Caught with a Fly-Swatter and you might go to jail.

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Old computers harm office morale


Ageing and unreliable office computers are making workers unhappy and more likely to claim sick leave, a new survey shows.

A poll conducted by of more 2,700 European office workers from Britain, France and Germany found that workplace dissatisfaction increased significantly with the age of computer equipment.

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AOL Lays Off 1,300


AOL is laying off about 1,300 employees -- about 7 percent of its worldwide work force -- and is closing its call center in Jacksonville, Florida.

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Hard to Find 800 Numbers


Revealed! 800 numbers for PayPay,, eBay, etc.

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Internet on Cellphones Will be Next Tech Battleground


The push by the world's biggest Internet search firms to dominate what customers see when they turn on their cellphones has accelerated in recent months with Google Inc., Yahoo Inc. and Microsoft Corp. all striking deals with service providers and others in the cellphone industry.

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Scientists Have Identified Basic Principles of Communication


How do we succeed in putting our ideas into words, so that another person can understand them? This complex undertaking involves translating an idea into a one-dimensional sequence, a string of words to be read or spoken one after the other.

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Mapping website visitors in real time


Mashable on Frappr

A while ago I had an idea. What if I were to try to geographically locate all the visitors to my website, and tag their locations on a map? Using Google Maps, Ajax, MySQL and some PHP, it came together quite nicely.

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Google's not full, but whacky things are going on!


The Eric Schmidt quote from the earlier article was taken out of context.

On a side note, Gmail went down for half a day right around the time of the digg posting.

Also, blogger commands are now in spanish?

Google may not be full but there are some whacky things going on over there!

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10 Things You Can Do Only If You Use Opera


A list of ten features that are really helpful in your everyday browsing and are only available in Opera.

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Five most common lies in business


How many of these are touted by your employer?

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Microsoft patents the super cookie


Yesterday, the USPTO awarded Microsoft a patent for tracking usage behavior in computer systems. Similar to what's known as web beacons and domain cookies, Microsoft's new patent describes ways to track users through invisible images and tiny cookies.

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Soonr: Skype on your cellphone


Silicon Valley based SoonR has a beta product that allows users to access applications and files on their Windows computer via their cell phone.

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Colbert's Bush-Burning Viewed 500,000 Times on YouTube


"Stephen Colbert is one of the Internet's hottest acts this week after video of the comedian skewering President Bush spread rapidly on the Web."

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Dell charges $49 to remove their OWN spyware


Dell charges $49 to remove their OWN spyware. My Way or the Buy Way.

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Apple hired a Daily Show Correspondent! Watch the 6 New Mac Ads


Daily Show correspondent at the White House press dinner. Now in Mac ads. Someone is catching on...

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