March Madness: Superbowl of the Internet?

While some of us may not admit it, part of the reason that we watch the Super Bowl more intently than we might other games is that the commercials are always better than that of any other game. Television advertising execs know that their advertisers have your undivided attention and

The Iceman Goeth Away (For a Very Long Time)

Max Ray Butler, a former security researcher, was just sentenced to 13 years in Federal prison for hacking into financial institutions under the alias “The Iceman”. He was found guilty of wire fraud and identity theft and will be made to pay 27.5 million dollars in restitution, in addition to

Licensed to Surf?

On Saturday January 30th A UN Committee met to discuss world-wide regulation of the internet in order to curb cyber-attacks on companies and countries alike. Some officials called for the equivalent of a peace treaty between countries which would ostensibly outline what is permissible, what is not and even to

iPad 2: Electric Bugaloo

By now, everyone has heard about the iPad. It was anticipated for months by fanboys and casual Apple-ficionados alike. It was shrouded in mystery, and even thought (by some) to grant supernatural powers to those lucky enough to wield it. On Wednesday, January 27th, Apple unleashed this beast upon the

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Eye of the Tiger

Tiger Woods is probably one of the biggest things to ever come into advertising. He’s an extreme talent that came into a game dominated by older men at a very young age. Sponsors couldn’t throw enough money at him. Of these early advertisers to latch on to Tiger, Nike is

Judge, Google and Executioner

So it looks as as if Google is taking a stand against what it considers to be less than reputable advertisements. These include, but are not limited to continuity programs, get-rich-quick schemes and malware. Google has taken this stance before, but this time it’s different: they’re no longer targeting the