Google Labs Releases Mail Goggles

Like everyone, I sometimes send messages that should have stayed in my head. Being impulsive is in the nature of human beings, and to prevent people from blundering, the only thing needed is often a bit of time. So to help users with their impulsiveness, the folks at Google Labs have released Mail Goggles, a […]

The web’s ten weirdest social networks

By Mark O’Neill Contributing Writer, [GAS] MSN has published a really funny feature showing the ten weirdest social networks on the web.   If you thought Facebook was the worst thing going, you haven’t seen anything yet. How about Lost Zombies for starters?    Now there’s a community full of wholesome folk that you’d want to meet […]

Scripting Languages and the Web

By Sterling “Chip” Camden Contributing Writer, [GAS] When Tim Berners-Lee first proposed the “Mesh” (later renamed to the World Wide Web) to CERN back in 1989, the concept was much simpler than it has become today.  The problem Berners-Lee sought to solve was how to establish links between the massive number of related documents generated world-wide by […]

Peeping Tom @ Google?

Google Street View debuted almost four months ago, and has already landed in legal trouble. Though really, there shouldn’t be much surprise that taking pictures of people without their permission has raised some major privacy concerns. Google has already dealt with some of them by implementing a a system so that images can get flagged […]

12 embarrassing photos that got online

By Mark O’Neill Contributing Writer, [GAS] MSN has a rather amusing feature about 12 photos that managed to find their way online and subsequently get the subjects into hot water.   They range from the Apple Macs on the Microsoft campus which led to the Microsoft employee getting fired to the guy who pled a family […]