Organic SEO traffic for blogs is declining. Drastically.
Do Facebook and Twitter kill the blog? No, they just change it!
Even though the sprayers’ union doesn’t have much of a say in Vienna, there is one place rich in colors – the Danube channel.
Happy New Year!
Even Warren G and Nate Dogg won’t be able to regulate this.
In September, Austria’s first TEDx conference took place in Burgenland – all the talks are online now in excellent video- and audio-quality.
Street dance crew TURF FEINZ remembers crew member Rich D who died in a car accident at this very street corner. Amazing moves with a sad background.
Dexter continues in September – more than 1 million fans have seen the season 5 trailer in the last three days.
Looking for a cure to stop those social media data loss nightmares? SocialSafe might come in handy: the Adobe Air program grabs your photos, friends list and wall and it even keeps track of all the changes in your contact list.
Thanks to Bob Kings Comment Ratings plugin, all datadirt readers can now like or dislike any comment: just use the new thumbs-up / thumbs-down icons – should be pretty self-explanatory.
Is it legally and/or ethically okay, to build a business based on a GPL licensed software? To those of you unfamiliar with the not-so-uncomplicated details of open and commercial licensing, this question may sound like a question you’d ask a student of media law. But theory turns into virtual reality when we take a closer […]
Join the World Blogging Forum 2010! A1 Telekom Austria and datadirt invite international top bloggers to connect with the Austrian scence and discuss the future of the internet. Tickets are free yet highly limited – so secure your spot now by telling why you want to join the event on November 13th.
Nokia definitely has a problem, and that’s why Symbian-Guru.com shuts down. The sad thing is: he’s completely on point.
Today the WordPress team released the long-awaited versioni 3.0 – it comes packed with new features and a new standard theme.
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Last weekend Austrian geeks met at Microsoft headquarters in Vienna to do some serious unconferencing. Barcamp 2010 was the biggest Austrian barcamp yet and the feedback was simply amazing – here are some pictures.
Thomas W. Malone, founding director of MIT’s Center for Collective Intelligence, talks about his research, the impact of the internet on global communication and our changing notion of privacy.
Many Facebook users are afraid of sharing information with people they don’t know without even realizing it. This tools might come in handy.