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Archive | June, 2013
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 […]
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.
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.
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!
Firing the photo staff at the Chicago Sun-Times was a direct hit on photojournalism and a blow to all journalism.
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.
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, […]
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.
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.