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Many of the blighted buildings stay up simply because they are too expensive to tear down.
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craigmod.com Craig Mod discusses a series of book “interfaces” that could make the transition from print to digital. A recent blog post by Craig Mod , a self-titled computer programmer, book designer and book publisher, offers a thoughtful and distinctive perspective on the move of books from paper to interactive devices like Apple’s iPad . Mr.
For those of you paying attention to Oprah (or Twitter ) this week , Roger Ebert was on the show to debut his new speaking voice.
To visit Google's headquarters in Mountain View, California, is to travel to another planet. The natives wander about in T-shirts and shorts, zipping past volleyball courts and organic-vegetable gardens while holding their open laptops at shoulder height, like waiters' trays.
YouTube has changed the world by entertaining, inspiring and informing through video.
The investigative bloggers at Brazil's Folha Online say Zynga confirmed keeping half the money in certain fundraising campaigns linked to Haiti relief.
FloatingSheep, a fun geography blog, looks at the beer belly of America .
Hey y'all! So with all the attention we've been heaping on Fortune.com lately, we've also been waaaay busy over at Fortune the magazine.
The Audit series provides a statistical context to everyday speculation about the state of political engagement. In doing so, the Audits indicate the degree to which attitudes and behaviour change year-on-year and allows a fuller picture of participation and interest in politics.
Carol Bartz runs one of the top three news sites on the web....and doesn't, well, like the news.
Despite rumours of a full featured CRM service from Google, we’re left in wait. In the meantime, a small UK-based start up called Rapportive is seeking to fill that void. Rapportive a new browser plugin, not unlike Xobni for Outlook, that adds dynamic contact previews to Gmail complete with profile picture, brief bio and links to their various social networking profiles.
Apple has allegedly been pressuring music labels to ditch Amazon MP3's "Daily Deal" promotions, lest they be excluded from being promoted through the iTunes machine. According to anonymous executives speaking to Billboard , Apple has always been uncomfortable with the labels double dipping with both iTunes and Amazon, but the company has ramped up its complaints lately in an attempt to retain its lead in the online music market.
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