“When the daily tabloid Bild, Germany’s top-selling newspaper, hits the newsstands on Saturday, readers will be surprised to find that a 28-year mainstay — the topless woman who has graced the paper’s front page nearly every day since 1984 — will no longer be there.” Read on: http://bit.ly/zJaBj5
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There’s this caption for a picture in this New Scientist piece — chilling. DPI is coming to a computer you: Deep packet inspection makes it possible for your every online move to be tracked without your knowledge. Tim Berner’s-Lee confirms that DPI is ominous for the Internet.
On the face of it, this looks bad. But it needs closer reading to pass judgement. Check it out: http://www.ap.org/newmodel.pdf Blogged with the Flock Browser Tags: AP, news, info overload, journalism
Can this steam Apple’s transformation into a media company is to be seen. MySpace said on Thursday that as part of the deal it would turn its popular MySpace Music site into a joint venture, bringing in Universal Music Group, Sony BMG Music Entertainment and Warner Music Group as minority owners. The music companies are […]
That ain’t no innovative headline, believe me. It is in fact about RealPlayer. RealPlayer 10.5 to be precise. According to StopBadware.org, 10.5 “is badware because it fails to accurately and completely disclose the fact that it installs advertising software on the user’s computer.” What’s also bad, or should we say as worse, is it installs […]
Media most trusted institution: Survey Indian’s never cease to surprise! Isn’t it? technorati tags:media, credibility, newspapers
BlogCamp drew to a close yesterday. Successful? Yes. I managed to spend some time there, yesterday. What I came back with is a sense that the online scene is “manned” by sensible people. This bright spark dawned on me not at the sessions but at the smokersâ€™ corner. The conservations that smokers strike when confined […]
It was a pleasant surprise to happen upon a newsletter on the Indian media by Chronosphereâ€™s CEO Bhupesh Trivedi “personally”. Trivedi’s been bringing it out since May 2004, all the more surprising that I found out only now. The newsletter’s available at http://www.chronosphere.biz/IMO/.
From Mrs. Suha Arafat Email; [email protected] Dear Intending partner, This mail may not be surprising to you if you have been following current events in the international media with reference to the Middle East and Palestine in particular I am Mrs. SUHA ARAFAT, the wife of YASSER ARAFAT, the Palestinian Leader who died recently in […]