When Metadata Comes to Twitter

Get more of the information you want, and less of what you don't want.

The Hidden Gems on YouTube

Sometimes you can stumble on songs that surpass the original performances.

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When Your ISP is One of Your Neighbors

Any small business that doesn't provide outstanding customer service is a small business on its way to being a former small business.

Life-Building Blueprints

Manifesto speaks to many: 'Done is the engine of more.'

The Maker Movement Creates Jobs

Public support of hacker spaces needed.

Humility Contests

One way to get quad-core processors into the White House.

Coworking at the Public Library

Like a free desk to do work at your public library? In some towns, you can have one if you contribute some time to serving the public in some way.

Neanderthals vs. Homo Sapiens - Lessons Learned

What advantage did Homo Sapiens have over Neanderthals?

Here Come the Google Hangout Innovators

Innovators are putting Google Hangouts to creative uses.

Novacut: An Open-Source Cloud-Based Video Editor

Cloud-based video editor shows promise.

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Free OpenShot Video Editor is Tremendous

OpenShot, a popular video editing and compositing program for Linux, is developing a large and enthusiastic following.

Cloud Computing: From Both Sides

It's time to look at cloud computing from both sides now.

Does Free Software Restore Dignity?

When large corporations offer consumers no practical options, free software can restore dignity.

Computer Centers in West Virginia's Volunteer Fire Stations

An international nonprofit organization, based in West Virginia, has launched a community supportive technology project in their home state.

American Library Association Aims to Eradicate Cluelessness by 2050

The American Library Association announced a bold initiative today to eradicate cluelessness in the United States by 2050.