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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.
CNET News' Ina Fried loved her smartphone already, but loves it even more after it survived an unfortunate "water incident." Here's how the incident went down.
Matt Mullenweg and Anil Dash have a bone to pick with each other. Will it be pistols at 30 paces?
The third-party social messaging client Adium has released the 1.4b1 beta version of their software. This version provides support for the popular micro-blogging Web site, Twitter, as well as many other feature updates and bug fixes. Adium is a free, open
We learn that Donald is a one-man polka band, Twitter people are never satisfied, and it may be getting slightly easier out there for pimps. It's all tech related though, we swear.
Open source boiled down to "tweets?" I don't think so.