Facebook sorry, Hulu the future?, New Airline Tech, 10 rules for startup success, Tetris iMaxMaxMax

Facebook Apologises Facebook’s Beacon advertising model has drawn the ire of privacy campaigners since its announcement last month. The controversial Ad model, which effectively enables facebook users to share their web activities with friends and thereby give advertisers another viral...

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More gadgets for Christmas.

I had so much fun browser-window-shopping last week I thought I’d follow up with ten more favourites.This time, they may not fit under your tree or within your budget, but here goes: 1. Dreamcade Arcade Cabinet: Sate your inner...

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How to spend $100 on the guy who has everything

On my wife’s side of the family we do this Kris Kringle type deal each Christmas, where you pull a name from a hat and spend $100 on that person. Being the kind of guy that doesn’t really wait for...

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Leopard, more readers online, Facebook Ads, Digg for sale.

News from the IT world doesn’t come any bigger this week, here are some of the top stories: Apple Launches Leopard, no kitten! I won’t review the new features here, other than to say the new version at $150 bux...

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Oink, GoogleNielsen, MicroFace, more

A menagerie of musings this week, if you’ll indulge me: 1. Things heat up in the war on Piracy, Oink in a Sty. Aurgh me matey, or should I say Oink! In certain circles the Oink online file sharing service...

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In Rainbows, and other pots of gold.

18 October 2007 In Rainbows: Hows it doing? Radiohead this week released their online-only record “In Rainbows”, pricing it at US$as-much-as-you-want-to-pay, and subsequently took in an estimated US$9m in sales (average of 4 GBP per download) in its first few...

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