"Internet" Blogs & Blog Posts

The Programmer's ParadoxThe Programmer's Paradox

In depth discussions of programming and software development issues.

 
Stephen McIntyreStephen McIntyre

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

 
Media DecoderMedia Decoder

Covering the media industry

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

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

 
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...

 
Aria'z InkAria'z Ink

Because life happens at the speed of internet. Stay-at-home mom & inter...

 


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As promised, Joel McHale's weekly Netflix show is premiering on February 18th -- and you now have a better idea of what to expect going in. The streaming service has posted a preview of The Joel McHale Show with Joel McHale that gives a feel fo...

Elon Musk's Tesla Roadster may have slipped the surly bonds of Earth, but you can still follow its path through the Solar System. Satellite guru Ben Pearson's unofficial Whereisroadster.com website is tracking the EV based on NASA data and...

James Damore may claim Google was wrong to fire him over his memo criticizing the company's diversity culture, but a federal government overseer begs to differ. The National Labor Relations Board has published a January memo recommending a dismi...

Earlier this week, we endured another school shooting. This time, in Parkland, Florida, where at least 17 students were killed. During the shooting's aftermath, hoaxes and disinformation spread on Twitter. It's a phenomenon that happens aft...

Facebook has a new yet very old solution to fighting Russian manipulation attempts during future US elections: conventional mail. Global policy program director Katie Harbath has revealed that the social network will send postcards to verify the ide...

When researchers surveyed the ruins of a Purépecha Empire city in Mexico the old-fashioned way a decade ago, it took them two seasons to explore two square kilometres. Good thing they decided to use LiDAR, because the city called Angamuco...

A number of people have been receiving random notifications from Facebook after giving the social network their phone number for two-factor authentication. Worse, if they attempt to cancel that by replying to the message, say with STOP or CANCEL, Fac...