Specialty coffee brews up new fans | NKY.Com →
Coffee Blend is no longer the only gourmet coffee shop in Hebron. Construction continues to dot the once-rural landscape here, and Independent coffee shops have sprouted up nearby on North Bend Road - a trend that’s reflected all over Northern Kentucky.
First Real World LTE Tests Reach Speeds Over 100... →
Nokia Siemens Networks have just completed their first real-world tests of a trial Long Term Evolution (LTE) network. LTE networks have been chosen as the next step in GSM, following UMTS and HSPA.
AOL to end support for Netscape browser | Macworld →
Omphaloskepsis - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia →
Omphaloskepsis is the contemplation of one’s navel as an aid to meditation.
Stanford Researchers Reinvent Lithium-Ion... →
Stanford researchers have found a way to use silicon nanowires to improve the lifespan of lithium-ion batteries by a factor of 10.
Helio Brings Desktop Features To YouTube Mobile... →
Apple to end 'Boot Camp' for Tiger users | MacNN →
ThinkSecret.com Goes Away | New York Times Blog →
Think Secret was in the business of leaking information about coming Apple products. Apple was peeved. So Apple sued Think Secret’s publisher, Nick Ciarelli, a Harvard student who wrote under the name Nick dePlume, to make him reveal his sources. He refused, setting off a huge online debate pitting “truth wants to be free” against “you’re damaging a company.”
LOST season 4 trailer (don’t watch if you don’t want spoilers from season 3!)
Bacn (electronic) | Wikipedia, the free... →
Bacn (pronounced bacon) is the term given to electronic messages which have been subscribed to and are therefore not unsolicited but are often unread by the recipient for a long period of time, if at all. Bacn has been described as “email you want but not right now.”
IE 8: On the Path to Web Standards Compliance -... →
Jackson to produce ‘Rings’ prequel ‘Hobbit’ -... →
Google's Knol experiment to rival Wikipedia? |... →
It’s being compared to Wikipedia and Mahalo. While it’s a somewhat different take on knowledge collection, these comparisons are apt. From what we know so far, Knol is a wiki-like platform. Authors can create topics, and there are tools to interlink articles and content, but as Manber says, an article, or “knol,” is “just a Web page.” Where it differs from a...
Eight-limb girl leaves hospital after surgery |... →
Virus starts like a cold — but can be a killer -... →
Continental Airlines Piloting Cell Phones As... →
iFire: A Georgia Man's Pants Catch Ablaze |... →
The fire was apparently caused by the man’s iPod Nano. Can we trust anything with a battery anymore?
More Facebook Advertisers Bail From Beacon. Plus,... →
Beacon is a social form of advertising that shares your purchases or other actions you take on an advertiser’s site with all your friends on Facebook through their News Feeds. What has privacy advocates up in arms, and advertisers skittish, about Beacon is the way it seems to be spying on you as you surf the Web and then, on top of that, reporting what you just did to everyone you know.
Google Reveals 2008 Plans For Google Apps →
Geni Clone Growing A Lot Faster Than Geni →
Yes, but just try getting your entire family to switch, assuming you ever got them on Geni to begin with.
Google Mobile Maps PinPoints Your Location Without... →
Google Provides Details Of Anonymous Blogger In... →
Chat Noir - Flash game →
23andme: Evil Or The Way Of The Future? →
23andMe will offer a genetic screening service for $999. The short story is that 23andMe will administer a test (presumably a swab or saliva test) that will take your DNA and screen it. In return you will be told your genetic history including whether you are likely to suffer from a range of diseases or similar life altering events, including heart disease.
Barack Obama’s Google-Friendly Technology Platform →
Apple Tablet PC is real, says Asus | Crave at... →
New feature: OpenID commenting | Blogger in Draft →
Blogger in Draft now lets you enable OpenID-based commenting, in your blogs’ Settings | Comments tab.