Facebook may have booted a radio host for abusing its "no commercial gain" policy
There's simply no good way to make a social-networking website work for a mass audience over the long term. Some people are resolutely anti-commercial; others will try to find ways to make money off everything they do. Some people want privacy and others want to share altogether too much. What is easy enough for a novice to understand becomes terminally dull to a heavy long-term user. There just isn't a sustainable long-term business model for mass-market social networking. Facebook won't be the dominant social-networking site in ten years -- probably not even in five.
Sen. Chuck Grassley loves his Kindle
Podcast: Ending street spam
Podcast: Speeding up slow computers
GM can't sell Saturn, so the division is being shut down
The company was founded in 1985, so if it's closed this year, it will have lasted only 24 years. That's a shorter time building cars than either Packer or Studebaker.
Stephen Hawking is changing jobs
How newspapers should get into mobile Internet service
When you live in the proximity of Offutt AFB, you're going to see the Presidential 747 once in a while
Don't steal steaks in Nebraska: They take their beef seriously
A man stole a pallet of ribeye steaks after being fired from a meatpacking plant back in December, and got caught. The judge has sentenced him to up to 12 years in prison.
Boil order for parts of Dallas County