Friday, July 21, 2006

Dual Processor vs Dual Core

It has always been a frequent question "Will I benefit from multiple processors?" With the growing popularity of dual core processors, the topic is more important than ever! Will multiple processors or a dual core processor be beneficial, and what are the differences between them? These are the questions this article will attempt to lay to rest.

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Top 100 Digg Users Control 56% of Digg's HomePage Content

When folks think of Digg, they're often misled into believing that the content seen on the homepage is representative of what a wide base of Internet users think is news-worthy and important. The numbers tell a different story - that of all stories that make it to the front page of Digg, more than 20% come from a select group of 20 users.

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Thursday, July 20, 2006

Yahoo Offers Unrestricted MP3 (non-DRM) Download

Yahoo is trying to beat iTunes by selling MP3s with no DRM. They're charging more than $99 cents for it currently, which raises the question Yahoo asks in a survay: "Would you consider paying $1.09 for a single, unrestricted MP3 download that would have absolutely no limitations on its use and could be transferred to any portable audio player?"

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Enough already with the megapixels!

Interesting article that explains why sensor size is important, not just megapixels.

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"Netscape Could Beat Digg By Focusing on Average People"

"If Netscape really wants to beat Digg, it should leverage the advantage it already appears to have � by comparison, Netscape isn�t littered with as many �weird� stories. It�s already acting more like a news site that the average person could more easily transition to." Scott Karp says "Steve Job�s trampoline" story is weird.

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