Monthly Archive for: ‘July, 2008’

Do Cell Phones Improve Communication?

Do cell phones actually improve communication? Or, are they destroying it? While walking around downtown yesterday, I noticed that no matter which direction I looked, it seemed that everyone was talking on their cell phone. It didn’t appear to matter if they were on a date, or an outing with their family. The moment their cell phone rang, the people …

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Fone-Pwned [The PDA Phone]

*ring-ring* “Beleive it or not, George isn’t at home. Leave a messaaaaage at the beep. I must be out, or I’d pick up the phone. Where could I be? Believe it or not, I’m not home!” *beeep!* “George pick-up, I know you’re screening…” Fone-pwned! However, those days are all but gone. I mean, who even keeps the ringer on, on …

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ICANN dot Anything!

June 26th, 2008 -Paris, France. The Internet Corporation of Name and Numbers ‘approved a recommendation’ that could allow for a whole new set of gTLDs (Generic Top Level Domain). Yes, that’s right. President and CEO of ICANN, Dr Paul Twomey, was quoted as saying “It’s a massive increase in the ‘real estate’ of the internet” What the global stakeholders are …

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