BBC: Recent figures suggest that since 2000, the US has dropped from third to 16th among nations worldwide in terms of per capita broadband access. Studies suggest that 86% of households with income of more than $75,000 have broadband access. But the share is just 38% for those with an income of less than $30,000. […]
Lifehacker is justifiably concerned about random companies hosting personal, mission-critical information. Call me paranoid, but what if Gmail goes down, or Google decides to stop being “not evil”? What if angry project management trolls hack 37 Signals and record my every to-do, building a too-personal-for-comfort profile of my every day activities? What if del.icio.us disappears? […]
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The Register: There is some welcome relief today for those people left wading through the remains of New Orleans – T-Mobile has announced it will offer free Wi-Fi access across Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama until the end of the week, and “possibly beyond that if the situation warrants it”. T-Mobile said in a statement: “The […]
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BusinessWeek reports on the new wave of testing being done by cable companies to target specific ads to different people. A Q&A with Invidi Technologies CEO and President David Downey explains a little bit about how the technology will work. But I love what he says here: The hope is that consumers will actually want […]
We are looking to do an informal poll for our first Technology Tuesday column, mainly to gauge the level of usage of a couple key web-technologies. 1. Is your firm utilizing Blogs, either internal or external? And if you are an agency, are your clients utilizing Blogs? 2. Is your firm or your clients using […]