Category: internet

Finally! ICANN Approves .xxx Domain for Adult Sites 0

Finally! ICANN Approves .xxx Domain for Adult Sites

ICANN,the group responsible for top level domain (TLD) registration, finally approved “.xxx” for adult oriented web sites after almost a decade of waiting, according to CNN. This is the first approval in quite some...

Advertisers to Firefox users: Take your money elsewhere 0

Advertisers to Firefox users: Take your money elsewhere

I nearly crapped myself when I saw this story on Techdirt (via Slashdot). There’s a new campaign to block Firefox users from certain web sites because they’re avoiding viewing ads by using the Adblock...

Advertisers to Firefox users: Take your money elsewhere 0

Advertisers to Firefox users: Take your money elsewhere

I nearly crapped myself when I saw this story on Techdirt (via Slashdot). There’s a new campaign to block Firefox users from certain web sites because they’re avoiding viewing ads by using the Adblock...

Word of mouth and the internet go together like peas and carrots 0

Word of mouth and the internet go together like peas and carrots

Anyone who’s anyone in this industry knows the power of the internet and word of mouth. This is more than just a YouTube video being passed around, however clearly the dollars, attention, campaigns, user,...

Word of mouth and the internet go together like peas and carrots 0

Word of mouth and the internet go together like peas and carrots

Anyone who’s anyone in this industry knows the power of the internet and word of mouth. This is more than just a YouTube video being passed around, however clearly the dollars, attention, campaigns, user,...

The Internet is inherently anti-corporate 0

The Internet is inherently anti-corporate

I disagree with B.L.’s take on Chris’s take that the internet is anti-corporate. Paltry click-through rates, pop up and ad blockers, snarky comments and “no marketers/PR folks allowed” Second Life islands tell me otherwise....

The Internet is inherently anti-corporate 0

The Internet is inherently anti-corporate

I disagree with B.L.’s take on Chris’s take that the internet is anti-corporate. Paltry click-through rates, pop up and ad blockers, snarky comments and “no marketers/PR folks allowed” Second Life islands tell me otherwise....