By Mark O’Neill I am a HUGE fan of Google Talk, so much so that I am trying to find more diverse ways of using it, apart from chatting to people and sending / receiving files. I never quite clicked (excuse the pun) with the Gmail version of Talk and so I am using the […]
Howdy Sexy Geeks. I’m Shea Gunther, the newest Contributing Writer to this here fine blog. I’ve been a reader and big fan of GAS for the past year+ and I was really excited when Kiltak sent me an email asking if I’d be interested in being a GAS writer. I had discovered a post in […]
By Chris Garrett Guest Blogger For as long as I can remember, I have been called a geek. It took a while, but eventually I began to see it as a compliment and I realized what an advantage geeks have over the rest of humanity. More and more, the world is becoming technical. The people […]
There’s clearly something wrong going on when Web 2.0 companies such as Facebook get an estimated value of $15 billion, especially when they haven’t yet reported a penny of profit. Is the Web 2.0 bubble about to burst? Here’s an interesting video taking a look at the situation.
By Marco Jardim Contributing Writer, [GAS] As my first article here in GAS, I thought would be a good idea to pinpoint the differences between blogging in “technologically-updated” places of the world and one that is several months behind all others. If there are any Australians reading this article, they will probably relate to parts […]
Even if I am a French Canadian guy, I rarely browse the French blogosphere. There’s something about “la langue de molière” that is so anti-tech that the hairs on my arms stand up whenever I hear some of the bogus expressions French people come up with to designate technical concepts. However, there is one exception […]
Actually, these girls do go wild, but not in ways some of you would expect. Now please, have a little respect gentlemen. I’m not usually a fan of podcasts, except maybe for what Mark at 45n5 and David at xfep do. Until now, these 2 shows were pretty much the only ones I was listening […]
That’s the question I answered in a guest post over at Performancing.com after my newfound buddy David wrote a guest article for us two days ago. For those of you interested in learning more about why guest blogging could be profitable for you and your site, just follow this link and read what I have […]