Wikipedia recently declined an offer that would have cost them little if any money to use software that prevents minors and unsuspecting web users from seeing sexually explicit images on Wikipedia. Pages that contain these images are by far the most popular pages on Wikipedia's servers. This behavour or failure to act comes almost 2 years after FoxNews exposed the site and questioned Wikipedia and Wikipedia Commons about displaying these images. It is also over 2.5 years after the sites' Co-founder Larry Sanger said that the parent company of Wikipedia is knowingly distributing child porn... Read More
eBay, the auction and shopping site since the 1990's, had a strange logo earlier. But now, the Web giant eBay has revamped its logo after 17 long and successful years, pretty similar to the old one. eBay had its new redesigned logo unveiled by the company president Devin Wenig on its 17th anniversary. Wenig, who revealed the new logo, said - "Our vibrant eBay colors and touching letters represent our connected and diverse eBay community - more than 100 million active users and 25 million sellers globally and growing."
The redesigned logo has retained the old color scheme - Red, Blue,... Read More
Facebook introduced a feature that allows same-sex couples to declare their marriage status on their site "timeline" with icons that reflect the relationship, instead of the standard bride and a groom icon that member's of the social network used by straight couples.
The timing is perfect for the company as Facebook's co-founder Chris Hughes married his longtime boyfriend, over the weekend, though it is unclear whether he has updated his Facebook timeline status yet. "An icon of two grooms was added to Hughes’ Facebook Timeline to announce their wedding news," reported Mashable.... Read More
After writing a blog for over six years and being on Facebook for five, you start to consider yourself a connoisseur of user generated/social media--especially being able to distinguish between what is “within the norm” versus “cringe-worthy.” I have learned from bloggers before me that obscurity is a protection from ridicule until the moment it’s not--in other words, once you are found to be interesting in either a good or bad way, you’re anonymity can be erased by one well-followed tweet or blog entry with a hyperlink. Bolder bloggers than I have fallen upon their own words and found this... Read More
I am a regular internet forum user and i can honestly say trolling has become a major problem. Many people no longer use sites such as Yahoo Answers and some forums due to the unwanted responses from so called "trolls". I myself do not know why such silly idiotic pastimes are seen as funny. It just comes from people without a sense of humor or any intelligence. Though trolling is an immature pointless activity it is becoming increasingly popular and is further developing into greater and more sophisticated forms. Trolling is destructive and degrading to the creative and intellectual thought... Read More
Despite social media’s popularity, an email campaign is still a valuable lead generation tool that internet marketers don’t always use effectively.
The fastest way to lose out on potential customers and clients is to spam their in-boxes with information they don’t want. Follow these tips to create a powerful email campaign that doesn’t come across as annoying spam.
1. Do not send unsolicited emails to people you don’t know, and do not buy harvested email lists. Make sure that you set up an opt-in via your content management system (CMS). Create a sign-up form on your website,... Read More
Sadly, I do not think that my words can do this story justice, only if you were there in the early days, could you really understand what I am trying to say.
Towards the end of February 2008 a new website was born, it was founded by internet entrepreneur and founder of MySpace, Brad Greenspan. Within a few short months, it became major competition to well known video sharing website YouTube. The name of this site was LiveVideo.
Many YouTube users soon migrated over to this new home on the internet, with the promise of better quality sound and video, but, most importantly,... Read More
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Thanks for sharing detailed statistics. I like reading the articles with statistics; it gives more clear understanding of the subject. Indeed, we spend or waste huge part of our life online and it sometimes hard to understand the reasons. Everyone knows...
I have been using the internet since 1999 when we used to connect to Fax/Modem devices. Speed was at that time something around 56.6 k, which was the fastest speed considers. We all grown up with the advancement of the technology. The middle age of computing...
Mirabelle...it's all French to me. I think perhaps you should go back to d'hotel.