28th May 2013
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Hurting someone is as easy as cutting a tree, but making someone happy is like growing a tree… it takes a lot of time. So, DON’T HURT ANYONE!
Hurt someone is very bad.
25th May 2013
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For three years running, IT recruitment agency Modis has conducted an annual Geek Pride survey in honor of the holiday.
14th May 2013
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A guessing game that teleport to a random place the Street View Car’s been, and you’ve to make a guess where you are.
10th May 2013
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Pinterest’s recent redesign is intended to cut down on clutter and make the site easier to manage, without drastically changing its look. […] One of the most noticeable changes so far is Pinterest’s move to larger pins, so you get four rather than five items per row. The site looks cleaner and less overwhelming because you don’t see as many items on the screen at once.
10th May 2013
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Mark this date. I have a feeling this is going to be a huge disruption in the TV space. It’s limited to select partners for right now, but I’ll bet that anyone with a YouTube channel will get the opportunity eventually. And as Mat Honan sais, this brings us “a small step closer to the dream of a la carte programming.”
YouTube will let you pay to subscribe to channels with a new pilot program that includes a limited number of channel partners for now. The company listed Jim Henson Family TV and Ultimate Fighting Championship as initial members.
Prices start at $.99 per month, paid via Google Wallet. Users get a 14 day free trial to channels, which are also discounted if you subscribe by the year. Once signed up for a paid channel, you can suck down as much video as it has to offer.
Just like some popular social networking sites, online video services are moving to become (big) networks on their own. This’s good news. But, this debate will continue, unendingly: Should we all pay for what we watch OR should we all pay for what some of us like to watch??
9th May 2013
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Facebook is really waste time.
4th May 2013
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4th May 2013
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“What a stupid idea,” I thought to myself.
As we finished our coffees, I think he sensed my apathy, and we parted ways. But just before I walked away, he asked a question:
“What do you think about the name we’ve been using? It’s called Pinterest.”