We, the ZDNet bloggers, do indeed practice what we preach. Over the last couple of days, we've been playing around with Google Latitude as a group.
Charlie Osborne talks about (and to) the next generation of IT users.
London-based Charlie Osborne is a journalist, freelance photographer and former teacher. She holds a degree in Medical Anthropology.
Well looky-here! Facebook turns five today, and don't we all know it.
For around a year now, Microsoft has been turning over a beta program, codename "Grava", which has formally been announced today with a new name. Microsoft Semblio is a set of software applications and design tools which will make learning content easier to make, and have better applications for students.
Dear Microsoft, You don't seem to be listening much to the average consumer anymore, but I'm giving this a go anyway. Your policy on having openness, transparency, blogs and feedback are all good and well, because you've clearly put effort into collecting information to make both Windows and Office better.
I saw this and didn't realise the consequences of my actions; now as a result, I feel I must carry on with the burden that this "super-ultra-mega dare" has in the natural law contract of life, the Universe and everything. Plus, it'll make a semi-interesting post.
Both the United States and United Kingdom, separated only by monarchy, a stupid accent and a big pond, have been plagued with lack of proper broadband speeds.
Forget that I'm a journalist for a moment, because no matter how much I try, I'm a student first until I finish my doctorate. I have recently discovered the joy of having dual monitors and my life has never been as sweet as a result.
It's just before 9am where I am and I haven't been able to sleep. However, had I been able to sleep, Skype would have woken me up with a ring-ding-a-ling on my mobile phone.
Our lives seem to be concentrated on the online world at the moment. With the technology age booming, we are spreading our lives across different domains, social networks, and for some, even our work lives online.
Tagging is quite possibly the most excited product I have seen from Microsoft in my lifetime, and that is truly saying something. Written