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Facebook, Inc, recently launched a brand-new ad format, called a
"Featured Story," which dumps paid content - rather than updates
from Great Aunt Lynn about her recent biopsy or one of those
internet memes - squarely into our news feeds. Worse, these paid
advertisements (a.k.a. "news feed) shows the actions of the
Facebook users friends and these ads are front-and-center on our
Facebook news feed.
Great. More ads.
I've been mildly annoyed by the ads (read: "Sponsored Stories") on
the sidebar of Facebook, but have been able to tune them out. Now,
when I'm blearily checking to see if I've gotten any response to my
"Which Disney Princess Are You?" post, I'm bound to accidentally
click a Featured Story.
You know what? I'm sick of ads.
Because I have to sell my firstborn son in order to see a movie
these days, I do it perhaps twice a year.
We've discussed the cost of video games extensively here at the blog with the emphasis being on how expensive this hobby can be when wanting to get in on the latest games. Luckily there are some quality services out there offering games free to play, or FTP via the PC.
The Guy and Yasar show has written many a blog about online video streaming but this week, Hulu has given itself a huge edge over all of its competitors: an exclusive deal with the Criterion collection.
This Tuesday, Twitter introduced several new web client features to its users. That's right folks, there's a brand new Twitter out there, but don't get too excited just yet. Only about 1% of users have the updated new version so far. Guy and I took a look at what the Twitter-sphere has to say about the latest changes.
Social networking is the Old Testament of popularity contests. In the beginning, Al Gore begat the Internet. The Internet begat the Bulletin Board System (BBS), the father of CompuServe, who begat AOL, the father of Classmates.com, who begat Friendster, and so on and so forth, until just enough innovation managed to counter the long line of technological inbreeding to produce Facebook--that ugly duckling everybody loves, hates, loves to hate, hates to love, and all other possible combinations of human emotion.
There has been an ongoing debate on whether cable or satellite TV are better. Each has it's advantages but now there is a third option: neither. It's my favorite option because I don't have either.
So how do I watch my favorite shows like Family Guy, 30 Rock, and every show on USA (just kidding, I'd never watch a USA TV show...)? I use my Xbox 360 and PS3. They both offer Netflix and pretty soon they will both offer Hulu Plus.