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Live Streaming = Death of Television?

I love electronic music; whether it’s glossy house beats or skull-shattering dubstep, I can’t seem to go a day without it.  I recently decided to dedicate an entire weekend to live stream one of the largest electronic music concerts in the world, Ultra Music Festival

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Amazon Silk: A Cloud-Supported Web Browser

Right after Amazon demonstrated their first tablet, Kindle Fire, they also revealed info on the web browser for the device. Amazon Silk is a cloud-supported browser that offloads most of the hardware processing off of the tablet and onto a server that’s faster than a

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Pwned: The StumbleUpon Digg Experiment Initial Results

First, a disclaimer about this experiment and the analysis. In retrospect, this experiment was flawed.  The subject matter and style of delivery was very clearly geared in favor of one of the combatants.  When it was initially conceived, it was decided that the experiment would

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The Year that Stumble and Digg will hit the Bridge Club Level

This really should be two separate stories, but we’ll consolidate because there are just to many similarities in the reasons why both Digg and StumbleUpon will take their already-mammoth popularity and truly become household names beyond just the tech households of the world. Social media in general is growing, but

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Compete overtakes Alexa (according to compete.com)

Alexa.com was once considered one of the best indications of the health and traffic on a website.  When Compete.com entered the fray in 2000, they wanted to “…help create a more trusted, transparent, and valuable Internet.”  They wanted to compete with what alexa had to