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Ten years ago, the world was collectively freaked out by the Y2K bug. The idea was that when innumerable software-driven clocks flipped at midnight from 1999 to 2000 that the digital shit was going to hit the fan. I blame the origin of the world-wide freak-out on the nerds.
Y2K collectively freaked out the nerds because every single software engineering nerd has had the moment where. . . .
Foursquare brought the location-based social networking game into the public consciousness, but Facebook is trying to use its immense popularity and size to make “check ins” mainstream with “Places.” You can use Places to promote your business to hundreds of millions of Facebook users.
Facebook’s location service has become popular since . . . .
Help is at hand for anyone who has ever forgotten about embarrassing images they posted to a social network or website.
German researchers have created software called X-Pire that gives images an expiration date by tagging them with . . . .
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