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Where our show turns up to 11

Reverse airbrushing, filling up an imaginary car with gas, and "Osama, Obama?" on a church sign...which one of these stories isn't in the South? We'll tell you. Allen Stern of CenterNetworks joins us for the podcast, and it's a great old time.

By April 23, 2008


Early tech blogger and entrepreneur Allen Stern dies

Stern recently lost more than 125 pounds while offering weight-loss tips and recipes to thousands on the Internet.

By April 7, 2013


Report: Facebook 'issues mulligan' on developer grant application process

Three weeks after announcing an incentive fund for developers who want venture cash for their Facebook Platform applications, an e-mail posted on a blog indicates that the company has asked that all prior applicants re-start the process.

By October 8, 2007


YouTube disappears from the screen temporarily

The leading video site is unavailable to some users Saturday morning.

By May 3, 2008


Twitter doubly dead for some T-Mobile users

T-Mobile is blocking Twitter SMS, but users won't notice since the service is going offline for 12 hours on Saturday.

By December 14, 2007


Amazon's S3 experiences outage

Problems with online storage service causes many sites to present broken images.

By July 20, 2008


What does your TweetCloud say about you?

Using Twitter's API, a new little service maps out your most frequently Twittered words. Who says "cheezburger" a lot?

By April 7, 2008


Advice for start-ups: Don't solve cheap problems

Brightcove's Jeremy Allaire's advice for start-ups: Tech problems that can be solved cheaply aren't defensible businesses.

By February 7, 2007


Report: Vimeo's going hi-def next week

The clip-sharing site, which emphasizes creative and homemade videos, reportedly will announce this week a plan to offer its videos in high-definition.

By October 16, 2007


At the TechCrunch50, an unfair advantage?

Inside baseball: How Webware and other blogs can compete with TechCrunch in covering the TechCrunch50 event.

By September 6, 2008