Monthly Archives: August 2007

Skype: Take a Deep Breath

Skype appears to be back up in the U.S. Connecting to the service takes several minutes, but it appears to be running. However, since none of our contacts are online, we haven't been able to confirm it. So is it … Continue reading

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Skype Outage

Skype Out, Baby Currently, millions of Skype users worldwide are disconnected. The Internet voice over IP phone and video calling service–which boasts over 220 million users–is experiencing outages around the world. In the U.S. service has been disrupted with callers … Continue reading

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Journalism Doomsday Clock Begins

Tick, Tick, Tick,… 15 Minutes to Midnight Despite the fact that according to a Gallop poll only about 23 percent of Americans believe that journalists have high ethical standards (hey, at least we have standards), journalism is a profession that … Continue reading

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Movies On Demand

Remember that IBM ad a few years back in which a disheveled guy walks into a seedy hotel and asks about the video entertainment? The woman behind the desk tells him they have every movie ever made. Remember that? Going Digital? … Continue reading

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