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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 …

OnLive – A Cloud Gaming Service Launches

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The evolution of gaming has taken interesting turns in its relatively short history. We’ve gone from arcade machines, to home consoles, with the latest breakthrough being downloadable gaming content. OnLive, is a gaming service which looks to be pushing the boundaries yet again; with cloud gaming.

Will OnLive be a successful venture? tell us

How Newspapers Should Adapt To Digital Era

It’s not a news story–doesn’t really rise to the level of newsworthiness–but people do seem to be talking more lately about the death of newspapers. Recently even Eric Schmidt of Google discussed how newspapers must find a mixture of advertising, micropayments, and regular subscriptions to fund their futures. To me, all this talk about how newspapers collect money is misplaced. Instead, I think newspapers must think about how to flourish by remaining relevant in the new digital world.

(Red), Bono’s Fundraising Program Starts Dec. 1st

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News Corp. Showing Classmates.com Success Path

Rupert Murdoch, chair of News Corp., is buying Dow Jones & Co, the publisher of the Wall Street Journal for $5 billion. Yesterday he announced that he’s ending the subscription model for the WSJ.com website (which many deem a success).

Secret Stats In Split RSS Feeds – Google Reader

Google Reader now reports feed usage, and it is being suggested by a prominent Google engineer that you should look at aggregated numbers.

Rumor: TimesSelect Pay Service Ending

The monthly charge for access to New York Times columnists may be ending soon, with flagging subscriptions for the TimesSelect service cited as a reason.

Global Link Authority & Subscription Data
Search engines, especially Google, place a lot of trust on Global domain authority when computing their relevancy scores. If a page is on a trusted site it automatically gets a boost in relevancy scores. Premium content providers know that Google needs them so they take advantage of their market position.

Google Reader’s Influence on RSS

Earlier this month, I wrote about the increasing number of subscribers to this blog’s RSS feed with numbers exceeding 1,000 for the first time.

Reconsidering The Value Of OSS Indemnification

With Microsoft agreeing not to sue Novell SLES Support Subscription customers for patent infringement issues, maybe it’s time to reconsider the value of OSS indemnification?

More Subscription Choices

There’s no doubt that subscribing to someone’s blog or website via RSS in order to automatically receive their content each time their site is updated is a convenient way to stay on top of the latest information.

IABC Launches Conference Podcast and Blog

For the IABC 2006 international conference in Vancouver, Canada, in June, Shel and I are co-hosting and producing ConferenceCast, the official podcasts of the conference, as we announced in February.

Free Subscription to Search Marketing Standard

You’ve got until April 30th to take advantage of a free subscription to the newly launching Search Marketing Standard magazine.

LexisNexis Adds Video Search To AlaCarte

The news and legal information providers will partner with Critical Mention to provide print and video search via the LexisNexis AlaCarte service.

Subscription Base Revenue Stream for Blogs – PixelPass

I just stumbled upon PixelPass – a method of adding an income stream to your blog where your readers pay a small monthly fee to subscribe to your content.

Yet Another Subscription Model at Microsoft

At Seattle’s Gnomedex technology conference (http://www.gnomedex.com/), a cutting-edge exploration of emerging Internet technologies like RSS…

Deep Content Coming To The Surface

Yahoo, AOL, and MSN all have taken steps to make more of the subscription-based world available to others.