Were you one of the untold number of folks who couldn’t log into “The Rumble,” the recent online-only debate between Fox News host Bill O’Reilly and Jon Stewart?
Before the days of high-speed internet and even dial-up AOL, there was an "online" world of communication that many people today have no idea existed. A much more decentralized way of communicating "online" that could be argued to have significantly
Some may say PSY's "Gangnam Style" has worn its welcome; however, the numbers suggest otherwise.
The days of catching up on the news with a morning paper or breakfast show may be slowly drifting away.
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Charles Goyette is known for his outspoken libertarian views and his economic commentary.
Unlike police in Tampa and Charlotte during the recent political conventions, New York City police made no attempt in respecting the rights of protesters and photographers during the opening night of the one-year anniversary of Occupy Wall Street.
The two men couldn’t be more different on paper: One is a five-term septuagenarian, career politician and the embodiment of the Republican establishment; the other a 49-year-old tea party firebrand who never before held elected office and the de fact
The market may no longer reflect any actual events or newsflow as it quietly levitates on what is a now certain avalanche of fiat dilution and wheelbarrow blue light specials, and it may thus be forgiven to ignore the dramatic developments abroad, bu
Facebook officially unveiled its FBX ad exchange — in which ad buyers can "retarget" Facebook users within Facebook based on cookies they picked up on other web sites — yesterday by branding it with a fancy new logo.
It turns out all those fake-sounding reviews on Amazon.com probably are.
TED is dedicated to ideas worth spreading. And that leaves many wondering exactly which ideas have been spread the most widely in the six years that TEDTalks videos have been available online.
Is Jim Traficant the #1 target of the FBI or a mobbed-up political pariah that violated his people’s trust?
ReDigi has technology that helps transfer ownership of digital media—but it's already being sued by the record industry.
The satirical news site for the military, published by BI Smoke Pit Contributor and owner of CollegeVeteran.com Paul Szoldra, was brought down this morning after a link in an Army Times article about the blog overloaded the site with traffic.
Third parties claim they own people’s voices
The perils of modern dependence on Internet-linked gadgets and digitally-stored memories remained a hot topic on Friday in the wake of a hack that wiped clean a Wired reporter's devices.
Luke Rudkowski talks with Abby Martin of MediaRoots.org and RT about U.S. Senator Rand Paul's attempt to get her arrested and stripped of her press credentials for asking him tough questions in the Capitol building
YouTube is pushing its notorious commenters to name themselves.
Watch live this weekend as an asteroid the size of a city block flies past the Earth.
Recent events have shown how social networks can help world unrest get witnessed globally.
The Silicon Valley developers who are allowing us to test their new citizen journalism iPhone app for Saturday’s photo walk/protest are still putting the final touches on their website and the app itself, but they just gave me the green light to make
Ever see the Fast & Furious movies? If so you know that where there’s smoke, there’s wheel spinning. Today Obama started spinning his wheels making a lot of smoke. He exerted “executive privilege” denying congress access to Justice Department documen
Luke Rudkowski of WeAreChange confronts U.S. Senator for Florida Marco Rubio on Bilderberg. Watch Luke navigate hotel obstacles to repeatedly find & confront the Senator.
Most Bloggers, SEO specialists and webmasters know getting quality backlinks is important, they just do it the wrong way! I’m not saying every website owner does it wrong, just 93% of you! The internet’s changed tremendously over the last fifteen
Blog network launched by a former RNC staffer aims to capitalize on—if not create—liberal scandals.
The National Journal reports today that TED is refusing to publish a recent talk from megarich venture capitalist Nick Hanauer, which argued that rich people actually don't create jobs, and that cutting their taxes is harmful to the middle class.
Ari Berman, contributing writer for The Nation, discusses his article “Mitt Romney’s Neocon War Cabinet;” the Bush administration rejects (John Bolton, Eric Edelman, Dan Senor)