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The dangers of Craigslist hookups

CrikeyApr 24, 2009

Using popular classifieds site Craigslist to find anonymous sex can have a dangerous result.

Pirate Bay judge accused of bias

CrikeyApr 24, 2009

The judge who found file sharing site Pirate Bay guilty of copyright breach has been accused of bias, after revelations that he is a member of several pro-copyright groups.

Denver news site gets just 6% of its subscriber target

CrikeyApr 24, 2009

The future of a Denver news site InDenverTimes.com, meant to fill a void left by the closure of the Rocky Mountain News, remains uncertain after it attracting only 3000 subscribers.

ProPublica frees ethics information for the Internet age

CrikeyApr 24, 2009

ProPublica has taken it upon itself to obtain and scrutinise the Obama administration members' financial and ethical disclosure forms.

Yahoo pulls the plug on Geocities

CrikeyApr 24, 2009

Pioneers of free user-designed WYSIWYG sites, Geocities, is closing. Fans of flashing, fluro text and eye-searing backgrounds mourn.

Print figures vs web stats

CrikeyApr 22, 2009

Comparing print and online readerships is equivalent to comparing the number of people who drive cars with the number of people with vowels in their name.

Interview with Digg's Kevin Rose

CrikeyApr 22, 2009

Digg founder Kevin Rose gives his State of the Union on the popular aggregation site.

Where in the world is Matt Drudge?

CrikeyApr 22, 2009

Matt Drudge remains one of the most powerful figures in journalism. So why has he gone almost completely underground?

Is Google's brand in trouble?

CrikeyApr 22, 2009

After a decade of near-universal love, is the honeymoon over for Google?

Web-comic xkcd to go print

CrikeyApr 22, 2009

Cult web-comic xkcd is set to be published as a book.

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