by Brian Boyko Contributor, [GAS] At my other job as editor of NetworkPerformanceDaily.com, I made a small video using NetQoS’s “Netcosm” product to wish everyone a safe & happy 4th of July. It’s cute, I think you’ll like it.
It’s impossible to tell if he’s serious, but if you are in the mood for white-rap Nerdcore from a guy in a bathrobe, you couldn’t do better than Terp 2 it. If you’re interested, he has an album available on CDBaby (RIAA-Free!)
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 […]
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 […]
–Windows XP Revisited – Teaching the Faithful Old Dog Some New Tricks Even if everyone has their eyes turned toward Vista right now, let’s not forget our old and faithful friend Windows XP. –10 tips for working from home “Hi there. It’s Friday afternoon and I thought I would offer a few suggestions to those […]
Well, if you’ve got a really good one that is! Back in 1999, just before the big dot-com bust, people laughed when business.com was sold for $7.5 million. And now, it seems that the domain is up for grab again. Can you guess how much the owners are asking for it? $400 million dollars. Yep, […]
Last year, when the Time magazine named us (you, me, everybody) as the person of the year, they pulled the biggest linkbaid scheme in the history of the web. All in all, their little strategy allowed them to get more than 6000 linkbacks to their story. This year, CNN Money has attempted to do the […]
According to a new research conducted by Hitwise, a renowned search marketing and consulting firm, nearly two-third (65.13%) of all U.S. searches for May have been done using Google’s search engine, up from 59.3% just a year ago. On their side, Yahoo, MSN Search and Ask.com have respectively received 20.89, 7.61 and 3.92 percent. Hitwise […]