December 2011 Archives
Friday, 16th December 2011
Things are not looking good for Grooveshark. The controversial music streaming site has been banned from the major mobile app stores and is in the process of being sued by Universal Music Group for copyright infringement. Yes, that's the same UMG that apparently thinks its right to remove content from the Internet goes beyond what it actually…
Thursday, 15th December 2011
Google Launches Mobile App Training Program
In days of yore, kids wanted to be policemen, kung fu experts or jet fighters when they grew up. They saw what was being glorified on television and in the movies and said, "Daddy, that is what I want to do!" These days, kids may want to grow up to be great mobile developers. It could happen. Google is making that easier than ever to learn to…
Best Company Values Explanation Ever
As our thoughts turn towards non-work tasks for the holidays, I came across what I think is perhaps the best explication of a corporate values statement from Atlassian here. Ironically, it is NSFW, somewhat. I liked its playfulness but with a core of solid sensibility too.
Daily Wrap: Microsoft's IE Apology
Microsoft says they are sorry for all the time you wasted because updating IE isn't an automatic process. This and more in today's Daily Wrap. Sometimes it's difficult to catch every story that hits tech media in a day, so we wrap up some of the most talked about stories. We give you a daily recap of what you missed in the ReadWriteWeb…
Big Answer: Online Work or Online Play?
How do you spend the majority of your online time? Are you primarily working or enjoying yourself? We asked and culled your responses from Facebook, Google+ and Twitter and we used Storify to present it all back to you. If you have additional responses, please leave them in the comments.