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Paywalls Vs Free News Site

Paywalls Vs Free News Site

Oliver Reichenstein. writing on Informationarchitects has posted a very interesting article “Business Class: Freemium for News?” “I had a perspective changing talk on the subject of pay walls with the chief executive of a big publishing company (no, I can’t tell you who). He asked me what I think about pay walls. I told him […]

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Amzini Launches New Social Network Search Engine

Amzini announced today that they are making their extensive tools to explore and compare social networks freely available for public use. Amzini’s detailed information and multiple search options make over 900 of the best social and collaborative communities accessible. This resource provides people with a means to discover where others like them are spending their […]

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Journalists Are Aggregators

Journalists Are Aggregators Too (And That’s A Good Thing) reports Techdirt. “A bunch of folks have passed along this blog post from the Zunguzungu blog, which notes that journalists are aggregating too. I don’t like the use of the word “thieves” here, as I believe (yet again) that it’s a misleading and wrong use of […]

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Facebook Announce Open Compute Project

Facebook Announce Open Compute Project

Facebook have announced the Open Compute Project, an initiative to share the custom-engineered technology in its first dedicated data center in Prineville, Oregon. This advanced technology delivered a 38 percent increase in energy efficiency at 24 percent lower cost for Facebook, and the specifications and best practices behind those gains will now be available to […]

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