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The shock of the new

The shock of the new

Mere days after resolving that although I would ideally like a smaller screen size, a 15.4" MacBook Pro was The Laptop For Me, Apple releases the 13" MacBook.

May 16, 2006 by in Apple

Copyrights and wrongs

Copyrights and wrongs

Copyright controversies have plagued the Internet since the early days of Napster, but what is the current state of play, and can the issues ever be resolved?

May 8, 2006 by in Legal

The silly name game

The silly name game

What was Nintendo thinking when it named its newest gaming console "Wii"? In light of the announcement, here's a look at some more silly tech names.

April 30, 2006 by in BlackBerry

The ego has landed

The ego has landed

The Internet has long been an egomaniac's paradise, but there have been some major developments on the tech side for all matters narcissistic.

April 21, 2006 by in Google

Dying for attention

Dying for attention

For the Jana Pittman types among us who like nothing better than to bask in drama of the highest order, the Internet provides a global stage for Oscar-worthy performances.Web-based histrionics can take many forms; the highly amusing Encyclopedia Dramatica -- which chronicles outbreaks of online drama and profiles the perpetrators -- is bursting with tales of victimisation, threats, cyber bullying and vicious rejections from elitist blog communities.

March 30, 2006 by in Social Enterprise

Channel Ten catches up

Channel Ten catches up

Now I don't want to call myself a prognosticator -- much less intimate that I had any influence over the following decision -- but in the weeks since I blogged about Channel Ten's lack of an online strategy, things have certainly changed.

March 20, 2006 by in Enterprise Software

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