Tag archive for ‘internet’
By Bartel Scheers On Tuesday, February 28th, 2012
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The Right Leg

In under 24 hours a dramatic right leg has taken over the internet. I guess the 2012 Oscars was short on scandal and yet still long on body parts. Enter the right leg. As we speak the right leg generates more than More...

By Bartel Scheers On Sunday, February 26th, 2012
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Explicit Entrepreneurship

What to do if you run a cafe in a small Italian town that’s suffering from a tanking economy leaving you with everything but clients? Laura Maggi, after eight years running Le Cafe in Bagnolo Mella came up More...

By Bartel Scheers On Wednesday, January 25th, 2012
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The Replicator

If you think SOPA, PIPA, or the even more evil ACTA is going to stop people from using the internet for copying and distributing copyrighted material without license then you’re in for a surprise. More even, More...

By Bartel Scheers On Friday, February 25th, 2011
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One Million Sq-Ft of Undesired Secrecy

The National Security Agency and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers broke ground on a new playground; a $1.2 billion massive, one million square-foot data center facility at Camp W.G. Williams National Guard Post. More...

By Bartel Scheers On Wednesday, June 30th, 2010
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Happy browsing

With all the buzz about Facebook and privacy going on this is something you should really pay attention to. The UK Office of Fair Trade published an interesting study about behavioural advertising; “Online More...

By Bartel Scheers On Tuesday, June 22nd, 2010
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Expensive Fun

Samsung ran three nights of an amazing 3D projection mapping installation in Amsterdam to promote their new range of 3D LED TVs. Perfectly mapped to a historic building in Amsterdam, the projection realistically More...

By Bartel Scheers On Tuesday, May 25th, 2010
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UK Murdoch newspapers unveil pay-wall

The Times and Sunday Times on Tuesday unveiled new-look websites as they prepare to become the first UK national newspapers to charge online readers for content. Readers who register will be able to access the websites More...