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Jay is Games: Casual, Flash and Puzzle game reviews

December 5, 2007

It was just a while ago when I mentioned how there are many signs that logic puzzles are making their way to mainstream media. It was just until about three years ago that language independent logic puzzles where still an offstream hobby of a few westerns but today they seem to be a legitimate segment […]

vConvert: online video streams to to local video files

November 23, 2007

Ever wanted to save a YouTube video on your computer or upload a file you saw on one online video platform to another? vConvert is an online service allows you to convert online video streams as those broadcasted on YouTube and similar to local video files on your computer using popular formats such as mov, […]

Social Media to the Power of 7 Squared

November 16, 2007

Greg Verdino of the Crayon marketing company and of my favorite marketing bloggers gave this presentation today within a PR News Online webinar on social media public relations. Titled “Social Media to the Power of 7 Squared” his part of the event focuses on the “basics of blogger outreach and some simple ways to use […]

Traffic data analysis: patterns for October

November 2, 2007

You may say I am a control freak but one of the reasons I tend to prefer the online environment for the disconnected one (the things usually referred as “world”) is that using the right tools you can have a pretty good idea about what is really going on in the online one. and with […]

Hashi: innovative number-logic brainbreaker also known as Hashiwokakero

October 13, 2007

It’s not every day that leading logic puzzle supplier Conceptis announces a new brainbreaker on their portfolio. This happened just this Friday as the company announced Hashi, its eleventh family of language independent logic puzzles. Hashi is an innovative bridge-connecting number-logic puzzle also known as Hashiwokakero (橋をかけろ Hashi o kakero; English: “build bridges!”) and Bridges, […]

Criticker: Movies taste better and It’s scientific (kind of)

October 12, 2007

Mike Powell and Juergen Horn are based in the small fishing village of Killala, in Ireland’s picturesque County Mayo. Other than this they are also fearless entrepreneurs and the creators of Criticker, a film recommendation and community website that matches people who share similar taste in film. By using the Taste Compatibility Index (TCI), Criticker […]

Burma: bad guys are winning, but so does citizen journalism

October 6, 2007

White House spokesman Scott Stanzel criticized Myanmar regime on Friday for cutting off Internet access saying “They don’t want the world to see what is going on there”. Yet, even though protests seem to have been successfully forced down by the Junta and number of dead and missing persons might be left unknown forever, pieces […]

Newseum: 250,000-square-foot museum of American news

October 5, 2007

Two days ago, on October 3, 2007, more than 200 American newspaper editors from around the nation put the Newseum’s most ambitious interactive exhibits and films to the test during a behind-the-scenes preview. Yet, for pretty obvious reasons American media giants seem to have liked this venture even priorly to this extraordinary effort. Costing $435 […]

Green IT Initiative of the Year award goes to IBM

October 2, 2007

I just read that IBM was presented with the Green IT Initiative of the Year award at the fifth annual CNET Networks UK Business Technology Awards on Monday, mainly for its Project Big Green initiative, aimed at improving the efficiency of data centers. Urged to improve the extent to which the IT industry is really […]

My technorati favorites

September 15, 2007

A Technorati account is a great way of tracking up your favorite blogs. Their blog widget selection is not overloaded with too many nonsense gadgets but still has some really great offerings. Check out the following favorites widget for example. Now that I’ve put it here on this post I can always come back here […]