Unajmite.Me is a brand new free advertisement portal from Croatia which wants to help people kick off their businesses to the public. In today’s economy, many businesses don’t have the budget for strong marketing campaigns and they would just like to be listed somewhere online. The nice thing about Unajmite.Me is that it aims to reachstuff

Facebook, as the biggest social network in the world, filled with all kinds of people, has the responsibility to take care of its users privacy. Hence, if you’re under 13, you couldn’t actually register to The Big Blue. Of course, there are ways to get around this, however, you know it’s wrong and you shouldn’tstuff

They say a year is pretty big in the tech world and what exists now, may not exist in a year or two. Think about what happened in your life during the past year, can you remember all of that? What happened on the Internet? There were some big things happening in the spring ofstuff

As you know (and we wrote about it), ICANN (Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers) has been accepting new gTLD applications for a while now and it seems that Google wanted to join the crowd as well. Taking into consideration Google’s continuous fails with social networks and many other services whose only motivation was “tostuff

We talked about SimplyBook.Me the other day, a cool online booking system. Well, SimplyMeet.Me is another worthy application coming from the same team, Notando Ltd, based in Reykjavik, Iceland. It’s a platform for people like doctors, teachers, trainers, personal coaches or even celebrities who want to get in touch with their audience – fans orstuff

Facebook went public last week, after several months of preparing for this glorious moment in the life of every tech (and any other) company. A total of 421.2 million shares of Facebook were offered to the public on NASDAQ under the symbol FB – probably the most obvious ticker symbol ever. Although it was announcedstuff

How many passwords are you using right now? You’re using one for your Facebook account, Twitter, Gmail, Dropbox, WordPress… and for hundreds of others social networks and websites. Taking that into consideration, there are two types of people: the ones who have different passwords for each of those accounts and the other ones, with thestuff

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