"Internet" Blogs & Blog Posts

Media DecoderMedia Decoder

Covering the media industry

 
The Rural Freelance WriterThe Rural Freelance Writer

Read along with Ariana, a published content writer and poet, as she embarks...

 
The Programmer's ParadoxThe Programmer's Paradox

In depth discussions of programming and software development issues.

 
Searched, Designed, DevelopedSearched, Designed, Developed

SEO and SEM guidance from Manchester SEO experts I-COM.

 
danny browndanny brown

Conversations about social and emerging media tools for marketing, PR, comm...

 
Stephen McIntyreStephen McIntyre

Blog and portfolio of a web developer and designer from the UK. Includes tu...

 
Marketing Unleashed: inspired marketing for savvy marketersMarketing Unleashed: inspired marketing for savvy marketers

Marketing Unleashed: inspired marketing for savvy marketers. Tips, advice a...

 


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How do you get banned from Disney's tween-focused Club Penguin social network in under 30 seconds? Hacking. Tool-assisted speedruns have been around since the late '90s, showing off inhuman feats in games like Doom and Super Mario Bros. 3.

In Russia's heavily state-controlled media landscape, the government wants to make it clear when Western news outlets publish work it disagrees with. As Newsweek reports today, the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs has launched a "fake new...

It's been a week since YouTube sensation Felix Kjellberg (better known as PewDiePie) had to face the music for the anti-Semitic jokes he made in several of his videos. In the fallout, PewDiePie lost his deal with Disney's Maker Studios, but...

The current roster of emojis includes many national flags, but not state-specific ones. So, left with few other options, people have taken to using the Chilean flag emoji (🇨🇱) to signify Texas pride. This makes sense considering how much the tw...

Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai announced that as a way to help alleviate network congestion, his organization has approved devices that tap into the LTE-U spectrum. Specifically, allowing devices to access the less-trafficked, un...

It probably happens quite often: you come across an interesting piece, but you're too busy to actually read it. While you can always bookmark a web page, Firefox's latest Test Pilot experiment can help make sure you'll see it again whe...

All-you-can-read e-book subscriptions are nothing new (just ask Amazon), but Kobo is just now joining the fray. It's launching Kobo Plus, a service that offers unlimited reading of eligible books (currently 40,000 titles) for a flat monthly fee...