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Oh noes: Study ties depression to Facebook

Submitted by NetworkWorld Community on Mon, 02/02/09 - 12:53pm.

At least, among teen-age girls. Because we know that before Facebook, teen-age girls never got depressed or moody.

Forget about talking to your plants - now your plants can Twitter you

Submitted by NetworkWorld Community on Tue, 01/27/09 - 4:37pm.

The Baltimore Sun reports on a setup that lets your plant Twitter you to know when it needs watering - or, presumably, when it's dying

Blogger-in-Chief

Submitted by NetworkWorld Community on Tue, 01/20/09 - 2:06pm.

WhiteHouse.gov has a bit of a different look today.

Why CNN's online inauguration coverage is terrible

Submitted by NetworkWorld Community on Tue, 01/20/09 - 10:39am.

Because they're doing it on Facebook, which means many teachers and students can't watch it because so many schools block Facebook, Jeff Cutler reports.

Testing a lookup-o-matic function

Submitted by NetworkWorld Community on Wed, 01/07/09 - 9:39am.

Highlight a word or phrase in the paragraphs below, then click one of the following, depending on which browser you're using:

Humanity has 23 years left. Discuss

Submitted by NetworkWorld Community on Tue, 09/09/08 - 10:01am.

That's the basic premise behind an online game that will attempt to crowdsource the future this month. Brady Forrest explains.

Google Chrome: 30-second impression

Submitted by NetworkWorld Community on Tue, 09/02/08 - 2:50pm.

Wow, rendering of pages is way fast.

John Cleese for Compaq

Submitted by NetworkWorld Community on Mon, 08/25/08 - 5:30pm.

Another in a series of celebrity IT endorsements. More here.

Jay-Z for HP

Submitted by NetworkWorld Community on Mon, 08/25/08 - 5:25pm.

Another in a series of celebrity IT endorsements. More here.

Serena Williams for HP Pavillion

Submitted by NetworkWorld Community on Mon, 08/25/08 - 5:22pm.

Another in a series of celebrity IT endorsements. More here.

Candice Bergen for Sprint

Submitted by NetworkWorld Community on Mon, 08/25/08 - 5:19pm.

Another in a series of celebrity IT endorsements. More here.

Charles Barkley and Dwayne Wade for T-Mobile

Submitted by NetworkWorld Community on Mon, 08/25/08 - 1:27pm.

Another in a series of celebrity IT endorsements. More here.

Gwen Stefani for HP

Submitted by NetworkWorld Community on Mon, 08/25/08 - 1:24pm.

Another in a series of celebrity IT endorsements. More here.

Jerry Seinfeld for HP Pavillion

Submitted by NetworkWorld Community on Mon, 08/25/08 - 1:21pm.

Another in a series of celebrity IT endorsements. More here.

Matthew Perry and Jennifer Aniston explain Windows 95

Submitted by NetworkWorld Community on Mon, 08/25/08 - 1:17pm.

Another in a series of celebrity IT endorsements. More here.

Where are his flying cars?

Submitted by NetworkWorld Community on Mon, 08/25/08 - 12:06pm.

Avery Brooks pushes IBM. Another in a series of celebrity IT endorsements. More here.

Gisele Bundchen for the Mac

Submitted by NetworkWorld Community on Mon, 08/25/08 - 12:03pm.

Another in a series of celebrity IT endorsements. More here.

Peyton Manning endorsing Sprint

Submitted by NetworkWorld Community on Mon, 08/25/08 - 12:00pm.

Another in a series of celebrity IT endorsements. More here.

Putting the Mr. T in IT

Submitted by NetworkWorld Community on Thu, 08/21/08 - 2:42pm.

Jerry Seinfeld? Pfft. Check out this celebrity endorsement for Hitachi Data Systems:

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