In the UK, many items on Amazon suddenly appear for a price of one penny. Retailers rail, while Amazon blames third-party software.
So the boss at work installed a filter that prevents you from visiting Davelog.com on the company time. Fret not and don't rely on just one proxy service because the filter gets updates and begins to block them as well. You now have access to hundreds of sites that will allow admittance for you.
Wednesday, Oct 1st 2014 (12:00am)
John Oliver tells it like it is: If you rely on advertising to pay for your broadcast or website, you end up beholden to them. Of course, he makes the point much funnier than I can.
Monday, Aug 4th 2014 (11:13am)
There's a new app for your IOS/Android device that only serves one function: to send the word "YO" to your internet pals. It's obviously more clever than I can see, because they just pulled $1m in funding for the app.
Friday, Jun 20th 2014 (12:04am) | Thanks: Rich Cream
In which Hank debates Hank on one of the most important debates in the United States today, whether to keep the internet open or to allow cable companies to open fast lanes (and slow lanes) for different parts of the internet to flow through.
Please make a public comment here!
The filing number is 14-28
Tell the FCC that they should reclassify broadband internet as a telecommunications (or "Common carrier") service. Right now broadband is regulated like TV or radio, which doesn't make sense.
This is a public comment for the public record... official government stuff... so you'll have to include your actual name and address.
You can also email the FCC directly here:
If you want to help some organizations that work their butts off trying to fight the telecoms, check out:
Save The Internet (from FreePress)
And contact your congress people.
Saturday, May 3rd 2014 (9:34am) | Thanks: Jaxon
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Wednesday, Apr 16th 2014 (12:30am)
One of my longtime favorite places on the web, fazed.net (.org is for fascists), has announced it will be shutting down shortly after the turn of the year. In an oldschool internet dying the death of a thousand cuts, losing fazed is a huge gash indeed.
Monday, Oct 21st 2013 (4:34pm)
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It's no secret that I don't trust google and don't exactly count myself as one of their fans. I worry about any for-profit enterprise that aspires to be the sole repository for the entirety of the world's knowledge. That being said, though, I find their image search to be pretty damn handy, and they've just added a couple of really good features to it - the ability to search for transparent images and animated gifs. Begrudging kudos to you, you megalomaniacal corporate juggernaut.
Wednesday, Mar 20th 2013 (5:03am)
In a cold and cynical world, where social media are becoming increasingly more popular. Where real friends and socializing is replaced with likes and meaningless comments. Many people find themselves standing on the outside looking in.
How do you get enough thumbs up to get through a gray day? Who will leave some nice words on your photo when it has been out there for 30 minutes and nobody sees the value of your contribution?
There is hope. They call themselves the Facebook Patrol, they are wearing caps and are Norwegian.
The Facebook Patrol - there's no one like us.
Sunday, Feb 10th 2013 (3:24am)
It might feel like our communications systems have evolved past the point where we'd need tons of cables, but it couldn't be further from the truth - undersea cables are an integral part of the internet's backbone. But where are they, exactly, and which cable links which hubs? TeleGeography makes a great four-color graphic every year that show exactly that. You can zoom in on the map using your mouse scroll wheel.
There is so much happening on the Internet during a year. How many emails were sent during 2012? How many domains are there? What's the most popular web browser? How many Internet users are there? Here's a list of truly fascinating facts about the year that was.
Some of the numbers are snapshots taken during the year, others cover the entire period. Either way, they all contribute to giving us a better understanding of Internet in 2012.
The N+7 procedure, invented by Jean Lescure of Oulipo (Ouvroir de Litterature Potentielle: Workshop of Potential Literature), involves replacing each noun in a text with the seventh one following it in a dictionary.
In this Poetry Generator you you can enter a text and 15 alternative texts will be generated, from N+1, which replaces each noun with the next one in the dictionary, to N+15, which takes the 15th noun following.
It's Talk Like a Pirate Day to the power of a thousand. If you are reading this on December 21st, 2012, then the population of every social media outlet is currently falling all over themselves to prove just what they think about that silly Mayan calendar doomsday scenario. Some are debunking, some are mocking, most are making terrible jokes about the Mayan calendar guy getting distracted.
Friday, Dec 21st 2012 (6:18am)
Thomas Roll is not such a man. Since July 14, his lot in life has been to represent for the often-omitted hyphen in Spider-Man's name.
Nothing! Player's off!
Star Trek: The Motion Picture (1979)
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