With a simple and elegant interface created by a former Apple designer, Google+ builds off another Google service, Profiles, and adds in all of the social features (friending, posting, liking) that you find on Facebook with the ability to follow people like you can on Twitter.
Category: Random Errors
I have to say my year with The Sun Star has been pretty good. I wrote a column about tech issues, helped in the creation of an award-winning website, and discovered some pretty slick technologies in the process.
A friend said that they kept hearing that you can’t buy the Flip video camcorder anymore, but that they are still for sale in stores, and wanted to know what gives.
Sometimes living in Alaska is just a huge pain. It’s not only the 40 below temperatures or the lack of sunlight, but the sheer costs we are forced to accept when having something delivered.
I’m not a big video or PC gamer. There, I said it. But here is the rub, I love games.
A few months ago, I developed this odd little spasm in the corner of my left eye. It’s not noticeable to people looking at me, but it is incredibly annoying.
Question: I keep hearing that the Internet has run out of addresses and that in 2012 the Internet may not work. True?
Love is in the air. Well, maybe it’s just online. This is a love-themed issue, though, so I was tasked to write something a bit more apropos to the general feel of the paper.
2011. The year after we made contact and the year before the world ends. It is also going to be known as the year of the tablet, as in, almost everyone reading this will either own or will have used one and realized a deeper need to possess ‘my precious.
I realized that I don’t surf the web anymore, and it’s a fairly big revelation. I used to wander around based on what Alta Vista and web rings threw at me, mainly as a way to discover some incredibly odd and unique sites. One of the weirdest was nothing but fan-fiction celebrating the alternate lives of Smurfs.