Wikileaks has dominated not only online traffic in the last
couple of weeks.
When journalists and others attend embargoed briefings at the
Reserve Bank and Treasury, they are required to hand in their
mobile phones and other transmitting devices at the door.
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg's success with Facebook is
leading the technology community to believe that the new
messaging service he launched last week will be a success.
In past years, tertiary institutions in New Zealand had
talked about ways of ensuring students got the best
experience they could from a crowded teaching experience.
It has been a while since cloud computing drifted through
this column but a recent release from research and advisory
firm Ovum necessitates another look at the issue.
Just quietly, I have lost weight.
My son celebrated his birthday last Sunday, October 10, 2010.
As the use of social media continues to grow, so do the
concerns about silly things you have done in the past coming
back to haunt you.
Be honest. How many of you do not bother reading reference
books, reaching for a dictionary or a thesaurus any more when
you are working or playing on your computer?
Just as I was about to finally download IE8, feeling that it
was probably safe enough to do that more than a year after it
was released, late last week Microsoft announced it was
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