Articles tagged with: Internet
Possibly the most dangerous Doodle of them all.
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The film Disconnect, about people communicating with modern technology while losing connection with the real people around them, is insightful and entertaining.
The Veronica Mars movie Kickstarter has passed the $5 million mark.
Two episodes are available, with more set for release on Fridays.
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Google’s Doodle today celebrates the birthday and life of the late, great public television painting mentor Bob Ross.
If that means nothing to you, maybe this helpful video can explain:
“Kickstarter is not a store.”
So sayeth the new policies at the online crowdfunding community, which this week started requiring projects to spell out the risks and challenges involved, as well as the project creators’ qualifications …
GoDaddy: It was network issues that took down thousands of websites Monday — not hackers? TechCrunch
HarperCollins Publishers reaches new e-book pricing agreements with sellers in line with a Justice Department settlement; price wars or availability …
We’re trying something new with our commenting system here on Nerdvana. In an effort to make this site more of a two-way experience and encourage more readers to leave comments, we’ve integated our commenting system …
I experimented with two-factor authentication last year. It drove me bonkers. I couldn’t turn it off fast enough. Then I, like many, read this week of Wired magazine writer Mat Honan’s recent nightmare, dealing with a cascade of compromised accounts from Amazon to iCloud to Gmail, all in a successful play for his desirable three-character Twitter handle.
[media-credit name=”Wired/GeekDad” align=”alignleft” width=”200″][/media-credit]Very recently Wired magazine’s GeekDad blog – a big inspiration to me and many others at Nerdvana and beyond — underwent a transformation. It has a fresh new design that adds a …