I contacted Google’s PR department for an official statement on the “Sicko Post.” Here’s what I sent: Hello. My name is Brian Boyko. I’m editor of Network Performance Daily as well as contributor to HardOCP and GeeksAreSexy.net. I’d like to know more about the blog post on the Google Health Advertising Blog entitled “does negative […]
by Sterling Camden Apparently, Google thinks they’re so un-evil that they can expiate the sins of their advertising clients. Lauren Turner, posting on the Google Health Advertising Blog, criticizes Michael Moore’s new movie, Sicko: Moore attacks health insurers, health providers, and pharmaceutical companies by connecting them to isolated and emotional stories of the system at […]
In an attempt to get an additional share of the HD player market, the Blu-ray Disc Association has just announced that they would start giving away five free HD movies with the purchase of any Blu-ray players, including the PS3. The five movies will come from a list of 21 titles, including choices like Pearl […]
Here’s a funny segment of yesterday’s episode of the Daily Show showing correspondent Rob Riggle as he goes on a mission to get himself an iPhone before the official release date.
Imagine a gasoline-free morning commute. Wouldn’t that be great? It would certainly benefit your wallet, and support the environment. Last year, the engineers at Chevrolet introduced the Volt, a new concept car. The Volt is a new kind of electric vehicle that can be configured to run on regular gas, electricity, bio-diesel and E85 (ethanol). […]
Watch this crazy scientist as he demonstrates how the principle of Bernoulli works. Bernoulli’s Principle states that in an ideal fluid (low speed air is a good approximation), with no work being performed on the fluid, an increase in velocity occurs simultaneously with decrease in pressure or a change in the fluid’s gravitational potential energy. […]
While moving your Windows shares from one computer to another might seem pointless for most people, system administrators see great value in doing it efficiently. It is particularly useful in situations where we have to move data from an old server to new one, and we want our users to keep on accessing their files […]
Apple and AT&T have finally unveiled their three monthly subscription plans for the iPhone: $59.99 for 450 minutes $79.99 for 900 minutes $99.99 for 1350 minutes These plans all include unlimited data transfer (web and mail), video messaging, 200 SMS messages and unlimited calls between mobile devices. Basically, what this means is that you can […]