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U.S. President to visit Boulder City, NV Solar Site

  U.S. President Barack Obama will be visiting the historical town of Boulder City, NV tomorrow to view this small towns commitment to big change. This town has quickly become the largest epicenter of solar power implementation in the world. Many of you may know that Boulder City is also the home to Hoover Dam. … Continue reading

Mario’s Tanooki Suit & PETA: Within the Land of Useless Arguments

Here comes PETA again with it’s far-fetched attacks on a completely innocent use of an animal within a video game. in the game Super Mario 3D Land, dons his Tanooki suit — an optional item in the game Super Mario 3D Land that gives Mario the ability to glide. Strangely enough, they have had no … Continue reading

SOPA, Pirate Cats, and Government Control

We are not talking about the Latin soup creation. We are talking about a government proposed act which would allow the U.S. government wide, sweeping control over the internet not only within the United States, but outside the U.S. as well. It is designed to make allegedly copyright-infringing Web sites, sometimes called “rogue” Web sites, … Continue reading

Facebook, Smart Phones and Brain Damaged Journalists

  Sigh…Leave it to someone like CNN Contributing Journalist Bob Greene to resurrect the pseudo-intellectual rantings of Daniel Seiberg’s “My Declaration of Disconnection” of January 2010. Mr. Greene’s new article entitled “Don’t Sleep with your Smart Phone” has been causing some waves throughout the social media community of late. If you haven’t read these articles … Continue reading

AT&T Seeks More of Our Money with Buyout of T-Mobile

AT&T announced the buyout of T-Mobile for $39 Billion from Deutsche Telekom AG that would make it the largest cellphone company in the United States. I wonder if this makes anyone uncomfortable. If that does not make you uncomfortable in itself, then certainly a statement from AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson who said one of the … Continue reading

Google Unleashed the Algorithm that Destroyed Your Farm

Like a giant “Neo”, Google has unleashed its new algorithm onto the internet in an effort to destroy the foothold of the numerous amount of content farms online. For those of you who don’t know what an algorithm has to the internet, I will explain in a moment. For those of you who do not … Continue reading

Sony vs. Hackers: System Compromised

    It appears as though Sony and the hacking community have been engaged in an all out war for a while now. Hacking group fail0verflow had reverse engineered the system’s keys and George “GeoHot” Hotz published the PS3’s root key. The PSP and Blu-ray root keys have also been found within the PS3. Sony … Continue reading

Counting Firesheep

  It looks like Eric Butler from Seattle, WA, USA has raised the bet against internet security. He released a free program in October called Firesheep. This new gem of a program has made it simple to see what other users of an unsecured Wi-Fi network are doing and then log on as them at … Continue reading

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