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I love our work voicemail system


Well actually I love Microsoft Speech Technology. It doesn’t bode well for Cortana. This voicemail preview message bears no relation to the actual voicemail. None. Not even the phone number is correct. From: 1555481000 Subject: Voice Mail from 1555481000 (25 seconds) Date: 20 October 2014 20:38:31 BST To: “Croll, Iain” <—-.——@—–.—> Voice Mail Preview: Lillian […]

Who is Grabbing Your Data from Websites?


So this post is entitled “Who’s Grabbing Consumer Data from Publishers?” by AdAge but let’s be clear here what they mean is your data from most websites. Consumers may not know how the world of web advertising works but pretty soon thanks to concerted efforts by the IAB in the UK and advertising campaigns by […]

Facebook Challenges Google’s Tech Dominance by Partnering With AOL, Adobe | Adweek


Facebook and Google aren’t exactly besties, and the social giant’s latest move won’t help matters. In recent weeks Facebook has made two friends through moves that will simultaneously help its own advertising business and hurt Google’s. Last month, Adobe and AOL joined Facebook Exchange, the social network’s display retargeting platform beloved by direct-response advertisers who […]

Sandy Boosts Local Online News Brands | Digital – Advertising Age


AOL-owned Patch, which operates roughly 860 sites across the country but has high penetrations in New Jersey, New York and Connecticut, reported its highest-ever traffic day Monday — page views were up 88% from the previous highest day. The Daily Voice, a competing network with 53 sites in New York, Connecticut and Massachusetts, said traffic […]

Do Not Track – Internet Privacy Bill and ‘do not track’ support


Back in February The Consumer Privacy Bill of Rights was formally unveiled in the US, and it endorses the ‘Do not track’ web browser functionality that already has the support of Google, Yahoo, Microsoft and AOL. In many respects it’s similar to the existing cookie laws being implemented across Europe. The Bill comes at the […]

social networking sites


okay so here is a list of sites I know of – feel free to add in any others. aimpages.com – soon to be a big player yahoo 360 msn spaces my space imeem 43 Things (amazon?) tribe bookcrossing – a community who exchange books with each other at public places Linkedin – is a […]

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Connie would be spinning. Spinning I tell you


After Dark but before the watershed

aPod


So whilst Apple are launching the iPhone and having legal issues about naming. China’s largest appliance maker, Haier Group, is teaming up with a subsidiary of AOL to make a wireless media player that can stream or download content without hooking it up to a PC. It looks like a regular iPod but does what […]

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