Sergeant Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band
When Tim Berners-Lee was 33 years old, he penned a letter to his bosses at CERN suggesting a common protocol for using the interweb that was intended to demolish the Tower of Babel and let people communicate with each other worldwide.
The end of the SnowBIT
For years upon years I trudged the halls in Hannover hoping against hope that it wouldn't snow and the biggest IT trade show in the world wouldn't turn from CeBIT into SnoBIT. And now it seems to be either NoBIT or JustaBIT.
“It just came off in my hand”
The founder of the Rogister, the INQUIRER, TechEye, Channel Eye and the editor in large at Fudzilla has discovered he is suing the US government.
Remotely controlled obnoxious morons fight each other
Wikipedia editors are finding it so hard to be that obnoxious to magazines and researchers they don’t like and are outsourcing their work to bots – which are spending a lot of time fighting each other.
Analysts finally start speaking like Fudzilla
It has taken a while, but we are finally getting analysts to describe situations in the way we do. Trip Chowdhry, the managing director of equity research at Global Equities Research shocked the market when he described Twitter as being "toast".
Seems to be avoiding the antitrust missteps
Software giant Microsoft is likely to gain EU approval for its $26 billion buy of professional social notworking site LinkedIn after making concessions aimed at addressing competition concerns.
Facelift creates bundle of issues
I am a big supporter of Windows 10 and the operating system works quite well. I didn’t complain that it took me more than 10 tries to update to Windows 10 as it didn’t like some of the gazillion USB drivers I had on my machine.
Apparently can't find us on Google
Wikipedia editors are trying to delete the modest Fudzilla entry on the basis that it is not famous enough or has enough links on Google.
From AGP to the mobile revolution
Nine years ago, on the 1st of March 2007, Fudzilla came to life. More than 40,000 articles later, we are still in business, despite the fact that our industry dramatically changed over the past decade.