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Dan Gilmour: Why Blogging Will Never Die
5 february 2014
Why the popular phenomenon is something all writers -- academic, journalistic or creative, should implement in a responsible way.
Dan Gillmor: Did NY Times Make Major Error Turning To Facebook?
15 august 2013
Newspaper's server problems shows that everyone needs a Plan B, independent of third-party hosts.
Dan Gillmor: Is Microsoft’s New OS Worthy Of Its Competitors?
5 july 2013
Debating the worth and competitive edge of Microsoft products from Window 8.1 to Xbox to the Office Suite.
Dan Gilmor: What Is CISPA?
18 april 2013
Cyber-security is a real problem, but Congress' latest bill tries to solve it by attacking the freedom of the internet.
Dan Gillmor: In Our Digital World We License, Not Own
8 april 2013
Corporations and lawmakers have put us on course for a world where consumers do not own the things they buy.
Dan Gilmor: Andrew Sullivan Relaunches ‘Daily Dish’ Under Subscription Model
3 january 2013
The popular blogger's has made the decision to quit the Daily Beast and make the Dish part free, part subscriber-paid.
Dan Gilmor: Who Is Winning The Battle Between Apple And Google Maps?
27 september 2012
Guardian columnist tells us that if we upgraded your iPhone to iOS6 and got lost because of the map app, we're the collateral damage in a monopolists' war.
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Ridding Ourselves of the Touch Screen in Favor of Precise Gesture Controls
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