Archive | June, 2013

Freeware Friday: Cometdocs Rocks Document Conversions

|

Cometdocs is a handy web service that lets you make more than 50 different conversions online for free.
Leave a comment Get the Whole Story

Web-based Temp Agency Gigwalk Provides Flexible and Inexpensive Labor for Entrepreneurs

|

 aNewDomain.net — Gigwalk, a web-based temp agency, assists businesses by providing labor for small tasks. The company says their labor force can work in a variety of fields, including the audit of retail locations, market research and demo-ing of a product. The service currently focuses on digital skills and flexibility, and uses Android support in the pipeline. In […]
Leave a comment Get the Whole Story

How PRISM Works, How the FBI and NSA Will Organize Your Private Data

|

Ever wonder how the NSA organizes all that data of yours it got through PRISM? Wonder no longer. Tom Ewing scores the story. Here's how PRISM works.
Leave a comment Get the Whole Story

Sandy Berger Reviews Windows 8.1 Preview: No Go, Here’s Why

|

Windows 8.1 Preview has a ton of problems, even considering it is pre-release software. Here's what you need to know before you hit Install. In fact, Sandy Berger says that unless you're a developer or a journalist and have a choice, Sandy suggests you just ... don't. It's just too shaky.
1 Comment Get the Whole Story

Meet Ted Rall: Award-Winning Columnist, Author Now at aNewDomain.net

|

Meet Ted Rall, award-winning journalist, 17 time author, Pulitzer finalist, two time winner of the Robert F. Kennedy journalist award. Now featured at aNewDomain.net. Welcome!
Leave a comment Get the Whole Story

The Sun Goes Down on the Chicago Sun-Times — and Everywhere Else

|

Firing the photo staff at the Chicago Sun-Times was a direct hit on photojournalism and a blow to all journalism.
Leave a comment Get the Whole Story

David Michaelis: On PRISM Slides, From Woz to Assange, Questioning Authority Cross Gen

|

Here's our global editor David Michaelis with more insights on the FBI NSA PRISM scandal. The urge to question authority appears to be returning -- from 60-something figures like Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak to Wikileaks.org's Julian Assange and PRISM leaker Edward Snowden, we're looking at a geeky, cross generational movement.
2 Comments Get the Whole Story

Ted Rall PRISM Takeaway: Are We Citizens or Serfs? Should Obama Resign? commentary

|

In this fiery column, Ted Rall says PRISM is the biggest story in our lives. Are we citizens or serfs? Should Obama resign? And what of the tech companies? Ted Rall, a nationally syndicated columnist, political cartoonist and veteran war correspondent for The Village Voice, writes this fiery and penetrating analysis for aNewDomain.net. Here's why, he says, we need swift action.
1 Comment Get the Whole Story

Mike Rothman Reviews: LogMeIn for Home and Biz

|

This week our Mike Rothman reviews Logmein, for remote access and cloud use. There's a lot to look at here. Deep dive, anewdomain-style.
Leave a comment Get the Whole Story

Top Engaged Channels on YouTube infographic

|

This blew my mind. Here are the top engaged channels on YouTube. The top 25. Their numbers are what the networks used to drool over.
Leave a comment Get the Whole Story
UA-33842469-2