Steve Jobs was a bright light in the world of technology. He is certainly one of the men who had a significant impact on the world through his genius and innovation. In light of his passing, I decided to post an excerpt from his commencement address at Stanford University in 2005. His story, in and [...]
The next time you’re online with some time to spend reading, blogger Jeremy Freed encourages you to check out one of his favorite Web sites…an online archive of long-form magazine journalism.
One of the great things about this Internet age in which we live is the fact that no matter what you’re into, be it model trains or hang gliding or other, weirder things, you’re never more than a few clicks away from a community of like-minded enthusiasts online. Food is and always has been a [...]
Mark Zuckerberg, the billionaire kid-genius behind The Facebook, Facebook and, via Jesse Eisenberg, the Facebook movie, is not happy. Or at least so it seems from the pic on his new Google+ (Google Plus) profile, according to a blogger at Forbes. Google+ is Google’s new social network, whose apparent function is to employ the power [...]
What type of cyber attack are you most likely to encounter on the Web? Blogger Tamika Thompson asks an information security expert and gets some tips for steering clear.
Malware. Botnets. Hackers. Phishing scams. It’s a lot for the average Internet user to think about. Blogger Tamika Thompson talks to an information security expert who puts the threats into perspective.
Twitter co-founder and creative director discusses the monetary and social value of the site, which turns five this week, boasts 200 million accounts and employs 400 people.
Twitter turned five this week, and co-founder Biz Stone sat down with Tavis to discuss the ups and downs of the microblogging site. I wish we could have predicted it,” says Stone in the clip below and on the show tonight. “Because we weren’t ready for the growth.” The growth that Stone is referring to [...]
Founder-director of the MIT Initiative on Technology and Self and author of Alone Together explains the consequences that people face in creating a culture of constant interruption.
Consumer Electronics Association president-CEO argues against overtaxing innovators and creating policies that discourage creative businesses from operating in the U.S.