"Let’s get this straight up front: I am now writing a blog post, not blogging a blog," writes Forrest Wickman at Slate, the good people who brought you the great two-spaces-after-a-period debate. Oh yes. Oh yes. They are at it again, this time with a post in which he takes on the matter of what to call this thing we do.
The company's explosive potential begins to rear its head
A Facebook intern plots a world map using friendship data
Not everyone thinks this is much of a step forward
Pro-WikiLeaks activists bring down websites from PayPal to Palin
She claims she was attacked by WikiLeaks-supporting hackers. Bloggers are skeptical
Casting doubt on a purported scientific breakthrough
The startup's 30-year-old founder boldly walks away, and analysts are still sputtering
The design overhaul brings photos and personal stats to the forefront
The search giant wants your computer to speak to you (and vice versa)
Note to up-and-coming indie bands: do not name your debut album "Torrent"
Would you pay $6 billion for a digital coupon company?
And can they really compete with the Amazon juggernaut?
Makes info-sharing harder, but DoD doesn't have a great track record on cyber security
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