Managing Editor, ITWorld
Managing Editor at ITworld. I tweet about technology and various other things I find funny or interesting.
itworld.com — By Peter Sayer , IDG News Service | Networking The latest victim of disruption by Internet technologies is a veteran of World War I: the missing persons search. French police will no longer search for adults reported missing by their families unless there are signs that the person is in danger.
cio.com — CIO - Windows 8, released to the wild last October, seems stuck in a no-win situation. On the one hand, it is not catching on with Android- and iOS-loving consumers turned off by the Windows 8 tile-based interface and the Windows App Store, which by Android and Apple standards, is anemic and disorganized.
slashdot.org — Whoever said 'everyone has to start somewhere' has clearly never tried contributing to an open source project - the Linux Kernel development team in particular is known for its savagery. But if you're determined to donate your time and talents, there are some things you can do to get off on th...
itworld.com — Source: REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz A day after breaking an almost year-long silence on a medical condition that had affected the way he speaks, Google co-founder Larry Page said Wednesday that people should be more open about their medical histories.
slashdot.org — The goal of saving $3 billion by closing 1253 data centers is 'very realistic,' says David Powner, director of IT management issues at the U.S. Government Accountability Office - except that agencies haven't been able to track cost savings for the initiative. Eighteen months from the 2015 dead...
slashdot.org — We've all had a chuckle over Google's autocomplete results for various search queries. But one German businessman had a less funny experience when he searched for his name on Google.de: The autocomplete suggested search terms where his name was tied with 'Scientology' and 'fraud' (in German, of cour...
itworld.com — There are a number of Twitter statistics or facts that most of us probably already know. For instance, that it was founded in 2006, that tweets are 140 characters or less and that Justin Bieber has more Twitter followers than anyone else (although a good portion are fake accounts).
itworld.com — Source info (e.g., flickr/username) Late on a warm Thursday night in 2008-the night of July 31, to be exact-a young man sat at his keyboard, thought about the iPhone, and declared that you didn't really need an iPhone. Again, it was 2008, but it was still a good year after the iPhone had stunned, impressed, and started to sell in big numbers.
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