The technology-adverse "Game of Thrones" author tweets about not tweeting that much. Good thing he reminded us of his Livejournal blog.
The controversial musician and performance artist talks to CNET about Spotify, Kickstarter, and whether the music industry is killing the musicians it needs.
In part 3 of his four-part series reflecting on a life lived largely on the Web, Crave's Eric Mack recalls fleeing the dot-com bust fallout for Alaska, only to be drawn back to a digital world that was growing up fast.
The next update to Windows 8 could bring the two different interface modes closer together.
Venerable blogging service is launching the "social publishing group" to help elevate some of its most popular communities. And yes, cats and celebrities are among the topics being pushed.
On March 21, 2006, Jack Dorsey posted these fateful words: 'just setting up my twttr.' Now, there's a billion tweets every three days, and Twitter is bigger and better than ever.
Social information is spreading across the Web, and Google search can't ignore its value. But are Facebook and Twitter selling, and will Google pay?
Since you can already use Google Chrome to check your e-mail, the weather, and news stories, why not try to get some work done in it, too? Here's a serving of five distraction-free (and free in cost) text editors that you can use right inside of your browser, yet still save your work for later.
LiveJournal has released a report saying its users are extremely "passionate." Also in the news, you too can send thanks to Americans serving in uniform through GreatAmericans.com.
One nonprofit is urging Facebook to let activists operate anonymously on the social network, saying they're put at risk by policy that only real identities may be used.