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Putting the 'Arrrr' in DRM
Forget Talk Like a Pirate Day. In the 2012 elections, November 6 will be Vote Like a Pirate Day — if you happened to have joined a growing number of hackers and Internet activists and registered as a member of the Massachusetts Pirate Party (MAPP).
| March 09, 2012
Providencejournal.com arrives with a thud
The Providence Journal 's much anticipated new web site, providencejournal.com , made an underwhelming debut this week.
As the ProJo Turns
| October 21, 2011
The Providence Journal makes its move
The Providence Journal , in a wraparound on the front section of its September 13 issue, announced in bold print: WE'RE CHANGING.
As The ProJo Turns
| September 16, 2011
Web hits Quiet Desperation and Karmaloop are turning Boston into must-see TV
In Boston, there are two nascent examples of Web-video projects getting flipped into legitimate TV deals.
As Seen on PC
| January 28, 2011
Privacy concerns make facebook the new bad guy
There was, for a time, a pretty clear moral hierarchy in the tech sector. Microsoft was the evil overlord, Apple the virtuous underling.
| May 28, 2010
I just woke up from some sort of bizarre dream. I was at MIT. There was a weirdo painting nudes of President Obama on a unicorn. Several adults were dressed like domestic animals.
MIT’s ROFLcon, a gathering of the Web’s biggest names, decides what will make you laugh and cry.
| May 07, 2010
A fusillade of tweets ring in the new year in RI
The feed is like a collective stream of consciousness, served up in tidbits of 140 characters or less (this sentence, for perspective, is 100).
| February 04, 2009
Suffrage net city
Three years ago, when the Red Sox were winning and John Kerry was losing, YouTube hadn’t even been invented.
The Web has become key to presidential politics — we rate the candidates on how they’ve put Al Gore’s invention to use
| November 28, 2007
They have MySpace in heaven, right?
A few Thursdays ago, Larry Dobie left his daughter, äRRiel, a message on her MySpace page.
Inevitably, the social-networking site has become a virtual graveyard
| March 28, 2006
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