Amoral, E-Moral, or iMoral?

by Casey Lynn Contributing Writer, [GAS] Before reading an article in the Telegraph this morning that warns that we’re breeding a generation of computer hackers, I had never heard the term “e-morals,” and now I kind of hope I don’t again. The practice of putting an “e” in front of any word is nearly as […]

Is this the world’s unluckiest porn viewer?

Richard Timney, like many other men, enjoys adult entertainment. Unfortunately for him, circumstances have conspired to expose his viewing pleasures in a spectacularly public fashion. Timney lives in the United Kingdom and subscribes to the (in this case inappropriately named) Virgin Cable service. He has a combined package for television, telephone and internet services. So […]

YouTube blocked in China

By Sterling “Chip” Camden Contributing Writer, [GAS] Expanding on its campaign against Internet content that is Illegal and Harmful, the Chinese government’s gatekeepers of the Web have now blocked YouTube. While many around the globe might agree that much of what you find on YouTube may be harmful to the brain, this move by China seems to focus […]

Twitter hoping to tweet all the way to the bank

Bosses at Twitter think they’ve solved the site’s major problem: how to make cash without alienating the user base. The company has confirmed it will offer premium accounts where businesses pay a subscription fee to access extra services, but maintains that the existing system of free accounts for all will remain unchanged. Co-founder Biz Stone […]

The Network Rockstar Challenge

By Brian Boyko Contributor, [GAS] For too long, network administrators, engineers, and architects have longed for a way to determine dominance within the IT pack. Unfortunately, those efforts have been stymied without a quick and convenient way to determine IT knowledge on a quantitative scale, leading to unsatisfying substitutes like Guitar Hero or Halo tournaments. […]

Dot Com Time Capsule: The Oldest Domains

By Casey Lynn Contributing Writer, [GAS] TG Daily brings us a list of the 100 oldest .com, .org, .net, and .edu domains. The first,, was registered 24 years ago this month. Some unsurprising names also topping the list are,, and is 25th, but it looks like the science fiction fans […]