My WordPress plug-ins

Here I will describe some WordPress plug-ins, which I use and think they can help others to simplify blogging. WP plug-ins may be very useful and ease very much problems, […]

Congressman introduces bill to block Facebook

“Republican members of the U.S. House of Representatives have proposed legislation that would require schools and libraries to prohibit access to social networking sites. The bill, introduced Tuesday by Rep. […]

Windows Live Facebook?

In its quest to steal a piece of the internet ad pie from Google and Yahoo, Microsoft is doubtless trying to figure out how it can better crack the youth […]

Facebook photos used to charge Wisconsin students

According to a Madison TV station, students at the University of Wisconsin – Whitewater were arrested when a fellow student emailed a photograph found on a fellow student’s Facebook profile […]

Google Trends is on

Yesterday Google launched one very useful tool – Google Trends. It analyses how often search terms are being searched at Google.

Corporate networks on Facebook double in first week to almost 2,000

Taking a look at the corporate network listings on Facebook this morning I noticed that the number of registered companies has increased from 878 to 1,855 since Facebook started taking […]

Podcast about Web 2.0 at TalkCrunch

Today I was listening podcast from TalkCrunch – episode 7.

Grambling State University blocks Facebook

Following in the footsteps of the University of New Mexico, which banned Facebook access from campus computers last fall, Grambling State University (Grambling, LA) yesterday announced that it has banned […]

Diggnation

I’m big fan and user of digg.com. I like that there is very much information about different things and I like digging system when the readers decide what news they […]

Skypecasts

Skype have launched one very useful service – Skypecasts, it is the simplest way to communicate with others and have community chat. Welcome to the preview of Skypecasts: a new […]