Two men who have seen ups and downs become the target of abuse in the same week. One is unworthy of being a superhero. The other is Ben Affleck.
Latest move by Twitter to shore up its position at the expense of developers not winning many fans.
Fancy breakfast with Christian O'Connell? A botox outing with Ruby Wax? Bagging Alexa Chung's, er, bag? You'll be wanting to place a bid for Twit Relief then.
Using a modified version of a $20 off-the-shelf wattage meter, the Tweet-a-Watt kit tracks daily power usage for an outlet, then reports that information to your twittering friends.
Our first Twit-cast features a discussion about the news of IBM possibly acquiring Sun. Good stuff in a new format.
It appears that Twitterers prefer to use their new toy to accuse someone of a mistake, rather than actually going to the source of the mistake.
No one wants to pay for Web-based and open-source software, but will we end up with less of it, if we continue to expect something for nothing?
Check out Episode 7 of Don Reisinger's Digital Home podcast where he chats about tech with Leo Laporte and sits down with Microsoft to talk about its collaborative search initiative.
Matt Mullenweg and Anil Dash have a bone to pick with each other. Will it be pistols at 30 paces?
Don Reisinger was a panelist on TWiT this week.