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1: new post   Significant Other and Time on PC?
Can your relationship survive your computer addiction?
May 11, 2003
2: new post   My Poor Bloated Inbox
"My approach is more the septic tank approach - once in a while, you have to pump the darn thing out to make it work right. I've found that letting this stuff age has some benefits, as mass deletion becomes a lot easier when stuff is months old. "
May 12, 2003
3: new post   MP3.com to be Shut Down
"Cash strapped French media giant Vivendi Universal has closed the European arm of MP3.com, the online music site that it bought for GBP 265m two years ago."
July 10, 2003
4: new post   Reminiscing: the good old pre-Google internet days
July 22, 2003
5: new post   USA Power Outages
Sites going down hard and fast.
Aug 14, 2003
6: new post   98% of all My Inbound HTML Email is Spam
The Pros and Cons of devnulling all HTML email.
Sept 28, 2003
7: new post   The WebmasterWorld Saturday Classic : Gizmo Quiz
Oct 4, 2003
8: new post   X10 Files for Bankruptcy
Oct 24, 2003
9: new post   This Weeks Microsoft Windows Virus
Oct 29, 2003
10: new post   Who's ready for Black Friday?
Nov 26, 2003
11: new post   Acer's Ferrari Branded Notebook
The Pony rides again!
Nov 26, 2003
12: new post   Google Too Much? Update Fever?
Nov 26, 2003
13: new post   Googles Interesting Search Results Gets a Tad More Press
Although the now famous "Miserable Failure" and "Water Bed" searches on Google are quite common, they are tending to get a bit more press these days.
Dec 13, 2003
14: new post   AOL Blocking 95% of all Newsletters?
14 out of 15 newsletters could not make it through the AOL filters.
Feb 13, 2004
15: new post   Canadian Court Says File Sharers Not Guilty of Copyright Infringement
"In other words, just putting files in a computer directory that other people can access is insufficient an action to constitute illegal distribution - at least under Canadian law."
Apr 1, 2004
16: new post   Gizmo Quiz - June 12, 2004
The Saturday classic.
June 12, 2004
17: new post   Commodore VIC and Pet Lines Resurected - Apple vs Commodore Wars are Back!
Dutch PC Maker will market 3 Commodore product lines (VIC, PET, C64) reborn as MP3 players.
June 30, 2004
18: new post   Small Dish Satellite Internet To be Launched
"Anik F2 will be using the previously unused and experimental Ka Bands, instead of the Ku Bands that are currently used by communications satellites...
July 12, 2004
19: new post   LCD's Poised to Drop 20% by Years End
"Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd., the world's top flat-screen maker, said on Thursday it expected prices of liquid crystal displays (LCD) to fall as much as a fifth by the end of the year on growing supply."
July 15, 2004
20: new post   Has the Toolbar Craze Gotten Out of Hand?
Normally we are serious on Mondays...
July 26, 2004
21: new post   My WebmasterWorld Hymn
Sept 3, 2004
22: new post   How do you stop squeeking floorboards?
Oct 6, 2004
23: new post   Your favorite "Not quite all there" expression
Oct 14, 2004
24: new post   Home Robots Ready to Multiply in Numbers
"By the end of 2007, some 4.1 million domestic robots will likely be in use, the study says. Vacuum cleaners will still make up the majority, but window-washing and pool-cleaning robots are set to take off, it predicts."
Oct 21, 2004
25: new post   Spammer Gets 9 Years
"...convicted of sending hundreds of thousands of unsolicited e-mail messages to AOL subscribers......amassed a fortune of $24m from his sales, prosecutors said."
Nov 4, 2004
26: new post   Make Love Not Spam
About a month or so ago, Lycos Europe started beta testing a screen saver that uses a computer's idle time and spare bandwidth to launch pester requests at blacklisted Spam domains.
Dec 2, 2004
27: new post   New IE security flaw called 'Extremely Critical'
Flaw in Internet Explorer allows malicious code to be loaded on Windows XP machines, even with SP2 installed.
Jan 11, 2005
28: new post   Is TV Relevant Anymore?
To toss the TV or not to toss the TV - that is the question.
Jan 25, 2005
29: new post   Browser Wars : Wells Fargo Bans Opera Browser
As of 8am today - Wells Fargo (one of the largest Banks in the United States) began blocking Opera browser from it's online banking.
Feb 2, 2005
30: new post   Star Trek Enterprise : The Final Frontier
"Star Trek: Enterprise...will end its four-season run in May, broadcaster UPN says."
Feb 3, 2005
31: new post   Foo Friday : 2005 - What Will it Hold
If you make enough predictions - one is bound to come true.
Feb 4, 2005
32: new post   RIAA Sues the Dead
Feb 5, 2005
33: new post   Webmastery 2005 "I want my internet back dammit"
"I hear from people that think webmastering is ROI and I hear from people that think webmastering is a reserved spot in the serps. But what I don't hear is people breaking the changes apart for the pure joy of understanding."
Feb 10, 2005
34: new post   Will We All Retire Wearing Wrist Braces?
" I even had custom made ones when I was in Carpal Tunnel rehab, but they're not very comfortable for working."
Feb 16, 2005
35: new post   Gizmo Quiz : The Saturday Classic
Feb 26, 2005
36: new post   Foo for the Day - A Keyboard where Every Key is a Screen
The coolest kb you have ever seen.
July 19, 2005
37: new post   The Gizmo Quiz Scoreboard
The running scores for the Gizmo Quiz, August 2005 - August 2006.
Aug 17, 2005
38: new post   OS Google? Or just a Google Branded Linux Distro?
Will we see a Linux distro or a WebAp based Google OS with the Google badge on it before the end of the year?
Sept 5, 2005
39: new post   Future of the Internet
"Beyond the headlines, a critically important battle for control of the Internet is being played out."
Oct 14, 2005
40: new post   Trojans Exploit Sony CD Copy-Protection On Music CDs
"A controversial copy-protection program that automatically installs when some Sony BMG audio CDs are played on personal computers is now being exploited by malicious software that takes advantage of the antipiracy technology's ability to hide files."
Nov 11, 2005
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