Monthly Archives: November 2010

Time for termination

MySpace announces ‘Mashup with Facebook’ collaboration | Technology | guardian.co.uk. Mobile phone networks have ‘termination’ charges, money that is paid by one network to another when a user calls outside of their own network. It’s about time the concept was … Continue reading

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Trend spotting 2011

From Lad to 4D man: The ever-changing face of modern masculinity | Life and style | The Guardian. The new trend for male magazines and all things male is that men are men. Not any type of man in particular … Continue reading

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Tired of free

Whilst I’m at it, I’m getting tired of free. Free papers line the tube, you can’t enter or exit a station without someone trying to offer you a literally worthless magazine and there’s something really freaky about looking down a … Continue reading

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Hope this is sorted out before I move to NYC

Some nice people at Diaspora are trying to make an alternative to Facebook. That might sound like trying to make an alternative to the sky, but I hope they succeed in their aims.  The idea is to make an open-source platform that … Continue reading

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