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Control Daily #27: Facebook still doesn’t get it

There should be a drinking game that involves the words privacy and Facebook; and if there was such a game, players would be drunk within a matter of minutes.

2 MIN2010 APR 30
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Control Daily #27: Facebook still doesn’t get it

Control Daily #26: Palm lives another day

Palm will continue to live another day as HP will buy the sputtering mobile phone manufacture for $1.2 billion dollars. HP will try again at mobile computing but we all know the reason they bought HP: Palm's patent portfolio.

3 MIN2010 APR 29
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Control Daily #26: Palm lives another day

Control Daily #25: Questions about the Gizmodo raid

There are more questions than answers being asked about the Gizmodo raid and as the days go on, more questions will likely be asked. I’ve done some research on the topic at hand and try to answer some – if not, all – of these questions.

5 MIN2010 APR 28
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Control Daily #25: Questions about the Gizmodo raid

Control Daily #24: Apple brings the law on Gizmodo

Just when you thought the Gizmodo/iPhone 4G exclusive story was dying down, the legal side of the story is emerging.

3 MIN2010 APR 27
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Control Daily #24: Apple brings the law on Gizmodo

Control Daily #23: Spying school notebooks

If you’re a parent with a kid in high school and was issued a school notebook, you should be very alarmed about this story out of Pennsylvania.

4 MIN2010 APR 22
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Control Daily #23: Spying school notebooks

Control Daily #22: Twitter axes developers

Attention: developers, If your product relies heavily on Twitter and does nothing but grab users’ tweets, either change or die. That’s the message Twitter sent when they bought Tweetie last week.

2 MIN2010 APR 21
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Control Daily #22: Twitter axes developers

Control Daily #21: Fighting piracy is dead

The Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) and the Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) are up against wall and smelling defeat.

2 MIN2010 APR 20
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Control Daily #21: Fighting piracy is dead

Control Daily #20: iPhone 4G discovered in a bar

Both Engadget and Gizmodo are reporting that they have the exclusive on what the next version of Apple’s iPhone will look like. How did they get the source: They found it on a floor of a bar disguised as an iPhone 3GS.

2 MIN2010 APR 19
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Control Daily #20: iPhone 4G discovered in a bar

Control Daily #19: Dump Cable for Hulu

Hot off the heals of the New York Times moving to a pay-wall structure, Hulu may move as well. I explain why the move will kill cable and allow a-la carte subscriptions for cable channels.

2 MIN2010 JAN 23
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Control Daily #19: Dump Cable for Hulu

Control Daily #18: The Times, there are a chargin’

The New York Times announced the news maker is moving from free to a pay-wall structure. And this one makes sense.

2 MIN2010 JAN 22
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Control Daily #18: The Times, there are a chargin’

Latest Episodes

Control Daily #27: Facebook still doesn’t get it

There should be a drinking game that involves the words privacy and Facebook; and if there was such a game, players would be drunk within a matter of minutes.

2 MIN2010 APR 30
Comments
Control Daily #27: Facebook still doesn’t get it

Control Daily #26: Palm lives another day

Palm will continue to live another day as HP will buy the sputtering mobile phone manufacture for $1.2 billion dollars. HP will try again at mobile computing but we all know the reason they bought HP: Palm's patent portfolio.

3 MIN2010 APR 29
Comments
Control Daily #26: Palm lives another day

Control Daily #25: Questions about the Gizmodo raid

There are more questions than answers being asked about the Gizmodo raid and as the days go on, more questions will likely be asked. I’ve done some research on the topic at hand and try to answer some – if not, all – of these questions.

5 MIN2010 APR 28
Comments
Control Daily #25: Questions about the Gizmodo raid

Control Daily #24: Apple brings the law on Gizmodo

Just when you thought the Gizmodo/iPhone 4G exclusive story was dying down, the legal side of the story is emerging.

3 MIN2010 APR 27
Comments
Control Daily #24: Apple brings the law on Gizmodo

Control Daily #23: Spying school notebooks

If you’re a parent with a kid in high school and was issued a school notebook, you should be very alarmed about this story out of Pennsylvania.

4 MIN2010 APR 22
Comments
Control Daily #23: Spying school notebooks

Control Daily #22: Twitter axes developers

Attention: developers, If your product relies heavily on Twitter and does nothing but grab users’ tweets, either change or die. That’s the message Twitter sent when they bought Tweetie last week.

2 MIN2010 APR 21
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Control Daily #22: Twitter axes developers

Control Daily #21: Fighting piracy is dead

The Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) and the Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) are up against wall and smelling defeat.

2 MIN2010 APR 20
Comments
Control Daily #21: Fighting piracy is dead

Control Daily #20: iPhone 4G discovered in a bar

Both Engadget and Gizmodo are reporting that they have the exclusive on what the next version of Apple’s iPhone will look like. How did they get the source: They found it on a floor of a bar disguised as an iPhone 3GS.

2 MIN2010 APR 19
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Control Daily #20: iPhone 4G discovered in a bar

Control Daily #19: Dump Cable for Hulu

Hot off the heals of the New York Times moving to a pay-wall structure, Hulu may move as well. I explain why the move will kill cable and allow a-la carte subscriptions for cable channels.

2 MIN2010 JAN 23
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Control Daily #19: Dump Cable for Hulu

Control Daily #18: The Times, there are a chargin’

The New York Times announced the news maker is moving from free to a pay-wall structure. And this one makes sense.

2 MIN2010 JAN 22
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Control Daily #18: The Times, there are a chargin’
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