Published May 14, 2013
Tags: Arrested Development, AT&T, Broadband, Fiber, google, Google Fiber, Internet, Internet service provider, Mad Men, Mediacom, Netflix, Streaming, Web
How can one go about watching episodes of “Mad Men” more quickly? How about the upcoming, Netflix-only release of the fourth season of “Arrested Development” when it hits the Web on May 26?
Well, you could hope Google throws you a bone. Continue reading ‘Netflix index sheds light on ISP speeds’
Published October 11, 2012
Tags: Bing, Bing It On, Browsing, Challenge, google, Google Search, Internet, Microsoft, Pepsi Challenge, Search, Search Engine, Web
In an advertising campaign reminiscent of the Pepsi Challenge taste test, Microsoft has taken on Google in a battle of the search engines. Continue reading ‘Bing It On Google’
When I logged on to the Missouri State University Web site Aug. 10, I found a completely reworked design in front of my eyes.
It came as a surprise to me and my coworkers, which is not entirely unsurprising considering the quiet nature of the new site rollout.
Continue reading ‘New MSU Web site a reminder of larger changes at work’
Published September 10, 2009
Tags: Cronkite, Internet, journalism
There aren’t many people that could cause current and past presidents, music legends, TV stars and astronauts to gather together in one room.
Walter Cronkite did.
Continue reading ‘Elegy to a News Legend’
Published September 3, 2009
Tags: Internet, sbj.net
My mission: to boldly go where only one other person has gone before …
OK, so it doesn’t have the same ring as the classic Star Trek intro, but I feel as if I’ve entered an alien universe with my new job as Springfield Business Journal’s Web editor.
Continue reading ‘A week of Web management under my belt’
As a self-professed linguaphile, a story posted on CNN.com today intrigued me.
Apparently, the English language added its millionth word early this morning.
Continue reading ‘The Million-Word March’