Facebook shocked no one by filing an initial public offering of its shares today. The filing was the first glimpse into the company's inner financial workings and, as expected, Facebook said it would try to raise $5 billion when the company's shares begins trading - a number that could eventually be raised to $10 billion and would ultimately value the company between $75 billion and $100 billion. Today marks the day that Mark Zuckerberg goes from being the guy who makes world-changing technology to the guy who makes money. (He could be worth $20 billion when all is said and...
If you are looking for a portable and an extensive dictionary, check out the following below four given dictionary apps for the iPhone, which all have two things in common – being free and having a large word bank.
For Feb. 1, the inaugural Digital Learning Day, we present ideas any teacher, student or parent can use to participate, as well as with links to Times articles from 1970 to 2002 on the impact of the digital revolution in education.
Every day, more and more people are building their own websites and leading their own communities. Soon, owning a website will be akin to owning a car or a house. If you’re looking to start a website of your very own but don't have much technological knowledge or experience, your best bet would be to get familiar with content management systems, or CMS's.
In mid-2011, Twitter announced its photo sharing feature. It was major news because it put Twitter at loggerheads with the existing third-party Twitter photo sharing services like TwitPic , yfrog, and Instagram. But we users weren’t really bothered about the behind the scenes bad blood for it gave us a more convenient way of sharing photos from within Twitter itself.
We know about the 10 kinds of people. (You know, those who can read binary and those who can’t.) This is PC Speak: An Abney and Associates Internet and Technology Research Lab - Technology related to every day life!
Career-ology: The Art and Science of a Successful Career
by Jeff Chapski
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