• Facebook finally lets everyone search for old posts

    Facebook finally lets everyone search for old posts

    Before today, if you closed a tab on a Facebook post, it would have been lost forever; there was no way of searching for it. Facebook updated its search on Monday to let users find older posts. “Search at Facebook is a long-term effort,” Tom Stocky, the company’s VP of search, wrote in a blog
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  • The Retro P300: A Light-Swallowing, 1080p-Shooting Pocket Monster

    The Retro P300: A Light-Swallowing, 1080p-Shooting Pocket Monster

    This is Nikon’s answer to the Canon S95 pocket dynamo. The P300 pairs a 12.1-megapixel backside-illuminated CMOS image sensor (which picks up more light than a standard CMOS sensor) with a fast f1.8 lens. Max ISO is 3200. And it shoots 1080p video at 30fps. It’s also got a new easy panorama mode seemingly borrowed
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  • Are We Riding The Podcast Train Too Far

    Are We Riding The Podcast Train Too Far

    Podtrac, TNS and eMarketer have put together a few reports indicating the effectiveness of podcast advertising relies on its longtail, as contrasted with the instant gratification methods more prevalent in other types of Internet based advertising like Google’s AdSense or YouTube’s overlay ads for video. The companies studied podcast advertising from February 2006 to March
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  • If You Build Nature, Nature Will Come

    If You Build Nature, Nature Will Come

    Oh, how I wish I could believe or understand that! There’s only one reasonable course of action now: kill Flexo! But existing is basically all I do! Take me to your leader! This opera’s as lousy as it is brilliant! Your lyrics lack subtlety. You can’t just have your characters announce how they feel. That
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