Tech Talk

Observations from Jamie DeLoma, journalist and computer nerd

Do you know where your moon rocks are?

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The discovery of fake moon rocks in a museum has set off alarms around the world that some of the precious gifts Washington dolled out as gifts around the world are lost or missing, the Associated Press reported. [Read More]

In era of splintering audiences, Twitter unites

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Internet surfers have converged again on Twitter to share their quickly-changing emotions. [Read More]

Facebook clears the clutter

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Facebook has unveiled a new, bare-bones version of its social network recently. [Read More]

German press falls victim to Internet hoax

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The German press fell victim to an elaborate hoax Thursday, Wired.com reports. [Read More]

In the beginning…

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It is sometimes difficult to believe that the Web site is still in its infancy. [Read More]

Internet offers the faithful direct access to the Almighty

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Anyone with Internet access now has easy, direct access to what is considered by many one of the most sacred places on earth. [Read More]

Shoot the boss… and get paid for it

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A growing trend is taking root in offices across this country — employees are being encouraged to open fire on their bosses and anyone else who might be around. [Read More]

We can’t stop now

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One of the greatest things about America is our constant desire to go farther than we ever have before — we love pushing our boundaries. [Read More]

Technology deprives users of perspective

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One of the principle problems with technology is the amount of information available. With an endless stream of stories and data flowing across the Web, information is easily buried. [Read More]

The debate rages: BlackBerry vs. iPhone

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More epic than the rivalry between the Red Sox and the Yankees, Seinfeld and Newman or even Batman and the Joker is that between the BlackBerry and the iPhone. [Read More]