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  • The price of searching for free health information online, your privacy

    Searching for health information online can be extremely useful, but don't assume that it is anonymous or confidential. A research letter published this week by JAMA Internal Medicine found that online snoops are monitoring your health searches and...
  • State Department wasted $600k attracting Facebook 'likes'

    By Jessica Reynolds In what is yet another example of wasteful government spending, a recent inspector general's report found that the State Department spent more than $630,000 to attract Facebook "likes", according to a story from the Washington Post....
  • Land of Linkin'

    A weekly listing of intriguing, wacky, useful, provocative and otherwise interesting links that readers and I have come across and think you might want to see. Witstream is an effort to aggregate clever tweets in real time. WIthout human filters,......
  • Comic-Con: Modest ‘Europa Report’ gets San Diego’s biggest stage

    SAN DIEGO — On the first day of Comic-Con, producer Ben Browning was dozing in the lobby of the Wyndham […]...



  • Facebook builds lead in display ads as its IPO approaches

    Facebook Inc. is extending its lead in online display advertising, which makes up the bulk of its revenue. The social networking giant’s share of the U.S. online display advertising market grew to nearly 28% for 2011, up from 21% a year earlier,...
  • Frequency, Showyou bring order to online-video chaos

    Deloitte's annual survey of the media landscape, released early last month, reported that 9% of the people interviewed had canceled their pay TV subscriptions in favor of watching shows online, and another 11% were considering it. Those are big, scary...