Posts Tagged ‘internet’

Visualize.me is elegant resume builder

Admit it, your resume could probably use a little work but it always seems to be less than inspiring to update it. While every job posting asks for one, it’s almost guaranteed that they’re documents that are skimmed rather than appreciated, so why try all that hard right? Hack your resume! Displaying a little creativity… […]

Google issues joint policy proposal for an open internet

Quoted directly from the Google Public Policy blog: A joint policy proposal for an open Internet Monday, August 9, 2010 at 1:38 PM ET Posted by Alan Davidson, Google director of public policy and Tom Tauke, Verizon executive vice president of public affairs, policy, and communications The original architects of the Internet got the big […]

Google denies deal to pay Verizon for fast network | Relevant Results – CNET News

Google denies deal to pay Verizon for fast network | Relevant Results – CNET News by Tom Krazit Google used Twitter to deny a recent New York Times report on its Net neutrality negotiation strategies. (Credit: Screenshot by Tom Krazit/CNET) Google denied Thursday a report in the New York Times that it was near an […]

STOP WHAT YOU’RE DOING! The internet is over … so sayth Prince

The internet is all a buzz that Prince, an undisputed icon of music world wide, is tolling its very death nell. Comments made in The Mirror, his first interview for a U.K. publication in years, are appearing all over the place and causing quite a stir. Why’s that you might ask? Because according to Prince, […]

Hulu Plus coming to iPhone and iPad, a new way to kill time on the go

I don’t know about you, but I just can’t see forking over $10 a month for the premium service when it’s the backlog episodes that it would be paying for. I would understand if it was the new episodes and more shows, but since it’s the older series (which are quite often out on dvd […]

Why I hate Comcast

I pay for 12Mbps download speed internet connection from Comcast … quite a lot too since I no longer have a “promotional” pricing package. And this is what I get … Comcast … YOU SUCK!!