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Several blogs have already talked about the new changes at Technorati. Louis Gray goes as far as saying Technorati roars back to life. He does summarize his feelings nicely as well: Technorati may not be the big giant we once thought they would be, and they will need to have some consistent successes to become […]

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There are hundreds of millions of people using social media sites like Facebook, Twitter, Digg, and many more. For the most part, these sites have not changed significantly. Some sites, like Facebook and FriendFeed, have modified their display to react quicker to the “real time web”. Others have changed so little, like Twitter, that mini-industries […]

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So, it has been over a week since I announced my Giving Page on DonorsChoose.org. I am pleased to say that Regular Geek readers have donated $100 so far. This is not a big number, but I am just happy that I can reach some people to help those who need it. Also, one of […]

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Yesterday, I saw a headline that initially caused me to skip reading the post. The headline was “Picasa Web Albums integration, site feeds, and page templates in Google Sites”“. That is the most recent blog post from the Google Sites team. I skipped it because I really only saw the “Picasa Web Albums integration” part […]

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It was with much interest that I read the post on the GMail blog regarding choosing smart passwords. This was written as a response of sorts to the news that passwords from Hotmail, GMail and other email services were compromised by a phishing attack. Now, GMail needs to post a response like this, but the […]

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