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Pew/Elon University survey of tech gurus predicts Internet will enable enormous changes… while fading into the background as a utility.
Why would Twitter so radically change its interface? The answer, of course, is money.
A new app, ‘I Am Alive,’ Tweets news that the user survived a bombing; the author thought it was simply satire until 4,000 people started using it.
In the beginning, Mark Zuckerberg probably didn’t think thefacebook.com would radically change the Web. Boy, was he wrong.
FiftyThree’s Paper has to deal with Facebook using the same name for its standalone news app.