Faltering Privacy

Recently read a piece bout Facebook’s monumental value for online marketers. Astounding on how much personal information people freely and willfully publicize online – either due to their incessant need to get noticed or simply to feed their narcissistic fetishes. Whatever the onus for such gratuitous acts, expect online marketers to grab the opportunity by the balls.

Note that there’s completely nothing wrong (legally) with subtly peeking through private data – a trade-off for the free services
Facebook provides. But if you feel violated with the quasi-questionable methods these marketers instigate and the withering essence of the word ‘private’, you always have the choice to cut ties.

Question is,
can you?

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Starcraft 2: Battle Report

Here's a massive vid of the up and coming RTS, Starcraft 2. Action-packed and overlaid with strategically rich commentaries, this vid's a proper showcase of the stunning gameplay and visual artistry the title is known for.

Expect the game to be released sometime late '09 or early '10. Enjoy the vid:

Dell's Air Reviewed

As the scorching heat dries up every drop of creative fluid existent within, perhaps a short burst of a sentence or two should ward off the creative drought.

Dell recently released its bet against Apple's Macbook Air, Adamo. It packs a paltry set of specs covered in sleek aluminum and industrial style gimmickery. Unfortunately, neither design nor the common impulsive consumer can save Adamo -- the damn thing's completely overpriced and irrefutably underpowered.

engadget's full review right here.