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24 Gone from Netflix, Now on Amazon Prime Instead

24 Gone from Netflix, Now on Amazon Prime Instead

By Josh Wolford April 1, 2014

You may have seen the warnings that popular series 24 was vanishing from Netflix on April 1st, but today Netflix users were hit with the harsh reality, like a Jack Bauer punch to the throat. It’s no April Fool’s joke–24 …

Kim Raver Will Return in “24: Live Another Day” Kim Raver Will Return in “24: Live Another Day”
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Now “24″ fans have more news to cheer about! After announcing plans for a “24″ reboot entitled “24:Live Another Day”, Fox Broadcasting Company announced that Kim Raver and William Devane will join the forming cast in their former roles as …

Kim Raver, William Devane Back for "24" Kim Raver, William Devane Back for "24"

Fox’s reprise of its original innovative series, 24, announced today that it will welcome back to the cast Kim Raver and William Devane. Devane—as Secretary of Defense James Heller—and Raver—as his daughter, Audrey Raines—left the original series rather tragically, with …

'24' Is Coming Back To Fox In May '24' Is Coming Back To Fox In May

24 is coming back to Fox, for at least one more season (though it will only be twelve episodes, as opposed to the custom twenty-four). In a rather surprising bit of news, the network announced that the show will return …

'24' Movie Project Dead, Says Director Anton Fuqua '24' Movie Project Dead, Says Director Anton Fuqua
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Fans hoping for a new 24 story in the form of a movie got some disappointing news this week. Film director Anton Fuqua told Indiewire in an interview this week that the movie project is now dead. The movie project …

MySpace Domination in the U.S.

Datamonitor predicts that social networking sites will level off around the world in the year 2012. They also predict that the plateau will hit even sooner in the US. In the meantime, global active memberships in social networking sites are growing.

Content Commodities

Steven Hodson is so bored with blogging that he wrote a blog all about it. Heh. I feel Steven’s pain. Instead of blogging about it I just hung out all weekend with my sons and a raft of great bloggers. You’d know that already if you read Twitter (the other way to spend time when you’re bored with blogging).

Europeans Go Online 24 Hours Per Month

An average of 122 million Europeans age 15 or older were online in April compared to 114 million in the U.S. according to comScore World Metrix study.

Europeans Go Online 24 Hours Per Month
“Europeans Go Online 24 Hours Per Month”
Europeans Go Online 24 Hours Per Month
PRWeek: Industry Enters Age of PR 3.0

Almost within 24 hours of going on record stating that we will (should) not see anyone referring to PR 3.0 anytime soon, PRWeek runs an article about how the industry is entering a new age: PR 3.0. Hat tip to Constantin Basturea.

Yahoo Acknowledges Illicit Clicks Exist

The company has made its first ever disclosure on the clicks it discards, numbering between 12 and 15 percent of the ones it receives as either "invalid or of inferior quality.

YouTube Rolls Over On ’24′ Posters

If the users behind the name EcoTotal thought putting up four episodes of ’24′ on YouTube before they aired on television was a good idea, Fox lawyers are ready to find them and show them the error of their ways.

Developing a Profitable Web 2.0 Project in 24 Hours

It took seven months to get the One Million Masterpiece charity project online. The site is complex and needed the development time, but in the last few days I’ve had a yearning to see if I can still turn around a project in 24 hours.

TailRank, DiggTech, TechMeme and Google Reader

Kevin Burton released a new TailRank. Last week I asked the audience at ConvergeSouth how many people even knew about TechMeme. Very few hands went up.

JBoss Portal 2.4 Opens For Developers

Red Hat’s JBoss division announced the availability of a new version of their portal software, with full clustered content management system capabilities and Web Service for Remote Portlet (WSRP) support.

LocalBrit Search Built In 24 Hours

Rome may not have been built in a day, to quote an obvious saying, but the search engine at LocalBrit.co.uk moved from scratch to launch in that time.

MySpace To Sell “24″

MySpace is diversifying yet again. The Internet social network has announced plans to begin selling episodes of the hit Fox show “24.” This move comes as part of an effort to grow the company into a business entity comparable to Yahoo or iTunes.

Yahoo Yields Search Game To Google

Yahoo has admitted to something thousands of search engine users already know: it’s not going to beat Google at search dominance. Game. Set. Match. Google. The best way to read the Bloomberg report on Yahoo’s fall from the search game would be with a glass of champagne and a dish of strawberries and cream, Wimbledon style.