This Week in Review is all about the internet, how it has been and how it will be affecting our lives for better or for worse. We look at the largest use of the Twitter alert system to date, how your experience on Instagram is going to change thanks to ads, and how you can get free wifi from Facebook.
In this Week in Review we jump into a time machine to check out some exciting stories that may not have happened in the past week…or in this time stream at all. First, we look at what Pintrest is gearing up to do, then we look at a new animal Google released into the wild a few weeks ago, and finally we travel all the way back to 1998. Grab your long scarves and bow ties as we crank this Week in Review up to 88 mph.
This Week in Review is like an ice cream sundae of news from around the internet, so grab a spoon and dig in. First up we look at a viral marketing strategy that is making a huge impact. The next layer of gooey information deals with a court case, the first amendment, and Facebook Likes, then we wrap up this sundae with a recipe for internet cookies.
This Week in Review is all about the technology. First, Facebook moves one step closer to a long-awaited feature, Twitter is looking to go public, Apple has some colorful news, and we get an update on Voyager 1 space probe!
Fire up your information sweet tooth because this Week in Review is candy for your brain. First we look at how much money people are raising to stamp out bugs (technological bugs that is). Then we see what sugary concoction the next Android device is going to be named after, and finally we end with a story of the first Facebook ice cream.
This Week in Review focuses on a few giants of the internet and what is disturbing their slumber this week. First we see how stock photos are making a splash on Facebook, then we see two search engines with an unlikely victor in the month of July, and finally we see who has been posting on Facebook’s founder's wall.
Geeky brains activate! Facebook buys a translation app, Google Street View goes into time and space, and then zombies are on the rise once again.
This Week in Review focuses on fallout from previous events. First, we look at what Yahoo is doing with Tumblr, then we look at what is happening with a few e-mail services in the face of governmental spying, and a new projection on how much the United States of America very well might lose in the face of governmental spying. Then we wrap up with a fun tip on what you can do on Youtube in honor of Geek Week.
This Week in Review, we take a gander at some entertaining news from Facebook, some great and some not so great news from Google, and tune you into a project that has been happening online for the past 4 months on XKCD.