Web archivist Carl Malamud is hoping his self-promotion will convince President Obama to name him head of the Government Printing Office.
Campaigning on an "open" platform is now sexy. We have arrived.
Twitter has reverted to its old blocking policy due to a public backlash, just a day after making the original change.
The company thanks its 1.23 billion members with a product that celebrates their social-networking past.
Conservative MP Claire Perry has found her website has been blocked by the very porn filter she campaigned for.
Florida House Republican congressional candidate Jacob A. Rush, a lawyer, presents himself in costume in one of the many fantasy guises he enjoys. And what's wrong with that?
Facebook CEO criticizes government's data collection programs as lacking transparency.
A story from Florida suggests that an official in a polling place prevented an enthusiast of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) from voting -- because, er, that's Gov. Romney's name. Ultimately, she was allowed to vote.
SumOfUs.org flies plane bearing banner "Google: Quit the Chamber" over its policies on climate change and campaign finance.
The Mega empire is now short of its director as Kim Dotcom steps down in order to focus on fighting extradition orders and to work on "other projects."