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Anyone Tried Out The Pono Music Player?

I dunno if y'all remember last year's hype over this thing, the Pono—a new digital music player which is supposed to deliver major sound improvement over all the other current music/sound delivery devices/services. Celeb musician involvement notwithstanding (Neil Young is the "founder and CEO" of Pono), it's promise of fidelity WAS encouraging. Show More Summary

ResQte Of The Week III: Goats With Coats (And Some Cows)

THIS JUST IN from Meredith T. at Farm Sanctuary! “The temperature has been in the single digits and negative degrees at our New York sanctuary lately, and that means one thing: GOATS IN COATS! And all kinds of farm animals in all manner of winter-wear! It’s the Cutest Sight Ever and I thought Cute Overload […]

Which 10 Ads Had the Greatest Digital Share of Voice in 2014?

It’s funny. The TV and advertising landscape are changing at an exponential rate, but the one thing that has remained consistent – and has perhaps benefitted most from all this change – is the 30-second and 60-second TV spot. While commercials...Show More Summary

Apple just gave Europeans the App Store feature we’ve all been clamoring for

Apple’s iTunes is already a hugely popular digital content source for iPhone, iPad, Mac and Windows users, and things might get even better for European iTunes account holders, CNET reports. The iPhone maker has been forced to update...Show More Summary

Norton Designs Jeans to Prevent Digital Pickpocketing

The mobile payment revolution was supposed to make things easier for us, offering a new way to store, carry, and access our money. But to date it seems that all this burgeoning payment platform has done is make things easier for the criminals, ostensibly giving birth to a new breed of cyber-criminal: the digital pickpocket. [...]

How to end 2014 with a bang on Facebook: Your Year 101

Facebook, Inc. has a knack for enabling social media users to create special reels of their digital lives. Remember the 0ne-minute “Facebook Look Back” video that lets you highlight all the important things that happened since you started using Facebook, to the “Say … Continue reading ?

Internet of People, Not Things, Is Next Frontier

The Internet of Thingsall those connected objects and devices, and the vast data they produce – is giving way to the “Internet of People.” Big Data is allowing digitized humanity in the form of the growing network of predictive models describing what people have done, are doing, and are likely to do. Each Continue reading ?

Taylor Swift Didn't Think People Would React To Her Pulling Her Music Off Spotify!

Taylor Swift is possibly one of the best things ever. So it was an extra sad day when Taylor decided to pull ALL her music from Spotify!! It's all super sad and the digital music world has a hole in its heart but the craziest part of all this is how Taylor had no idea people would [...]

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last monthTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmag

Digital creativity is still dominated by Adobe, whether you’re a designer, a developer, a photographer, videographer or even an animator. TrainSimple’s library of tutorials provides an in-depth education in all things Adobe, with lifetime...Show More Summary

Stream of Consciousness: Using the Analogue and the Digital to Make Our Lives Better

There is something wonderfully anachronistic about 'Stream' -- WPP's "un-conference" that celebrates the collisions and collusion's between all things digital and creative -- namely, that a three day gathering dedicated to technology...Show More Summary

Chris Hughes Reportedly Freaked Out over Losing Amazon Ad Campaign

last monthNews : Mediaite

>We all know now that The New Republic is in shambles and shall never return from digital purgatory, and in a scathing article from The New Yorker, Ryan Lizza, who witnessed the entire thing firsthand, revealed one of the things that killed it: an incident where billionaire owner Chris Hughes blamed editor Franklin Foer for losing a crucial ad campaign from Amazon.

Cornell University To Digitize A Rich Hip-Hop Archive

NPR's All Things Considered The founding publicity director of Def Jam Records, Bill Adler, amassed a highly valuable collection of music, writing and images.

SNL's Perfect VH1 Parody Should've Been on the Show Last Weekend

Continuing its streak of cutting all the wrong things, Saturday Night Live released this very solid VH1 parody sketch from last weekend's James Franco episode as a "digital exclusive"—not sure if that's better or worse than "cut for time." Read more...

The hidden dangers of doing digital business: what schools, teachers and students need to know

In theory, setting yourself up to sell products on the internet is the easiest thing in the world. Once you’ve created the product, you upload it to a 3rd party platform that will handle all the sales and deliveries automatically, and you just sit back and watch the money roll in. Show More Summary

Finally, Sex Toy Reviews Done as Hilarious Comics

In the vast, digital sea of gadget review blogs, Erika Moen's website has two things that set it apart. First, since she's an artist and cartoonist, so all her reviews aren't just text—they're comics. Second, she's reviewing sex toys. Welcome to the NSFW world of Oh Joy, Sex Toy. The post Finally, Sex Toy Reviews Done as Hilarious Comics appeared first on WIRED.

Zap2it Holiday Giveaway: Sink your teeth into the complete series of 'True Blood' on Blu-ray

We don't like doing "bad things." We like making our Zap2it readers happy.So in partnership with HBO, we're giving away one set of "True Blood: The Complete Series" on Blu-ray and digital HD. All 80 episodes of the entire series of "True Blood" on 33 discs. Show More Summary

Things Tech Companies Do To Your Digital Stuff Without Telling You

2 months agoTechnology : ReadWriteWeb

For all the fantastic (and fantastical) things tech companies do these days, they’re still spectacularly bad at one thing: transparency. This week, a lawsuit against Apple revealed that, between 2007 and 2009, the company deleted music off of users’ iPods—specifically songs from non-iTunes sources—without telling them. Show More Summary

5 Surprising Lessons from the Past 20 Years of Digital Marketing

In the past 20 years, technology has revolutionized the way we do things, yet for all of these advancements, digital marketing has not changed as much as you might expect.

Joystiq Giveaway: 3 copies of The Art of Assassin's Creed: Unity

For all of Assassin's Creed: Unity's foibles, from lackluster mission design to myriad, horrifying glitches in the initial release, one thing is undeniable: It's gorgeous. Ubisoft's digital recreation of Revolution-era Paris is a monumentally...

Pioneer’s latest digital deck makes not being a DJ virtually impossible

We all know that DJing is pretty much the greatest thing anyone can do with their spare time; however, lugging those bulky compact discs or, heaven forbid, vinyls along to clubs is such a chore, it almost makes me not want to DJ sometimes. Thankfully,...Show More Summary

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