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  • 5 Ways to POKE Someone without Touching Them

    If you’re trying to get someone’s attention, reaching over and giving them a good poke in the ribs is a surefire way to successfully grab it. The physical interruption of their focused train of thought works better than anything else, unless, of course, they are fully immersed in their favorite video game. For those in …

  • 10 Things I can LEGALLY Share on the Web

    Ever since the Napster copyright lawsuit, there has been considerable tip-toeing and some gamesmanship online regarding what is and isn’t legal to share. While the focus of web-sharing usually revolves around the illegal side of things, there are still plenty of things we can safely share with others without fear of breaking any laws. Here …

  • 10 Most Accurate Movies About the Internet

    While it certainly doesn’t happen very often, every now and then Hollywood gets it right in their depictions of life in the Internet Age. Most films that use it as a plot point either stumble right out of the gate or stray so far from reality as to defy credibility. For whatever reason, few attempts …

  • 10 Ugly Truths Facebook Tells Us About Ourselves

    There’s a lot to be said for maintaining some moderation, and preserving a little bit of mystery. Some say that too much of a good thing is bad for you; others claim there’s no such thing. Where you stand on such issues will no doubt influence how you feel about these next observations about social …

  • 10 Ways Watergate May Have Been Different with the Internet

    We are often curious about how – or even if – historical events might have played out had they occurred in the internet age. Social media, YouTube and instant updates via social media sites such as Facebook and Twitter are just a few of the factors that might have altered history if only they were …

  • 10 Failed Attempts by the Government to Control the Internet

    The topic that was dangling at the forefront of most American’s minds at the end of 2011, and even seeping into the beginning of 2012, was the fate of the internet. The Stop Online Piracy Act, discussed further below, whipped citizens into a frenzy and led to the largest internet-based protest to date. In light …

  • 10 Ways to Save the World One Internet Connection at a Time

    Evidence of the power of the internet is everywhere. From the impact of social media to the outreach programs that have changed lives around the world, there has never been a more potent tool for global influence available to the common man. You don’t have to look far to find ways to save the world …

  • 10 Lessons You Can Learn from a Pinterest Spammer

    What do you think of when you think of spamming?  No, I’m not talking about the meat product that comes in a can, although I do kind of like that Spam.  You may think that a spammer sends a bunch of junk e-mail to your in-box, but what if I tell you there’s another kind?  …

  • 10 Different Ways to Play Roulette on the Web

    The popular classic casino game Roulette has broken out of the casinos and moved into the online world, becoming a hit among internet gamers. Its simplicity and the James Bond-cool cache have made it a web fan favorite. Variations in form, game rules, and betting odds can be found throughout the internet. We’ll take a …

  • 10 Ugly Truths Twitter Tells Us About Ourselves

    We hate to be the tweeter of bad news, but there is some downside to all this time we’ve been spending on social networking sites. Not that you didn’t already have your own suspicions, but it’s probably best that we get this out in the open once and for all, so here goes. The following …

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