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Kajeet: Rick Bolander Funds Cell Phone Service For Kids To Battle Sexting

If you’re a parent who’s wondered how to virtually corral the chance that your kids will use their cell phone for something called “sexting,” you’ve probably pounded your head in frustration. Well, there’s an answer: Kajeet, a cell phone service “for kids” located in Maryland, but funded by Silicon Valley investor Rick Bolander, who serves […]

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Is Burning Man Anti-Social Media? Doug Broussard’s Counterpoint

Earlier today, I posted a blog entry called Is Burning Man Anti Social-Media?. The post points to what I see as a growing conflict between Burning Man’s “freedom of expression” policies and the expanding social media culture around the event. I turned off comments specifically at SFGate.com, because, for two years I’ve not read them, […]

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Zennie62.com Moves From Blogger To WordPress

After something like six years, and over 10,000 blog posts, Zennie62.com has officially moved from Blogger to WordPress. This doesn’t mean we’re quitting Google’s Blogger – there are over 90 blogs still there – but Zennie62.com now goes to Zennie62blog.com, rather than Zennie2005.blogspot.com. It also means that link traffic from searches redirect from Zennie2005.blogspot.com to […]

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Rupert Murdoch, News Of The World, and Phil Bronstein’s Disappointing Take

As you may know, News Corporation boss Rupert Murdoch elected to shut down the 168-year-old News Of The World, the UK’s famous tabloid paper, because of allegations of alleged police bribery and phone hacking, for starters (looks like there’s more news coming). On this, I contacted Hearst Corporation’s Executive Vice President and Editor-At-Large Phil Bronstein […]

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Google 1+ Button More Widespread Than Twitter Tweet Button? Hold On Pal!

Mashable’s Todd Wasserman blogs that Google’s +1 button is “already more widespread than Twitter’s Tweet Button.” That’s according to a not-linked-to study by BrightEdge. But if Mr. Wasserman downloaded the study and read it, then did some research, he would have learned that among the top 10,000 websites were two sites, Google and YouTube, that […]