AOL Borgs the Huffington Post


If anything could breathe life back into AOL … or destroy HuffPo … this is it.

AOL Agrees To Acquire The Huffington Post

The transaction will create a premier global, national, local, and hyper-local content group for the digital age – leveraged across online, mobile, tablet, and video platforms. The combination of AOL’s infrastructure and scale with The Huffington Post’s pioneering approach to news and innovative community building among a broad and sophisticated audience will mark a seminal moment in the evolution of digital journalism and online engagement.

Published in: on February 7, 2011 at 2:59 pm  Leave a Comment  

Mozy Tightens the Screws

And I was about to sign up for the Unlimited Plan – oh well.

Why Does Mozy Hate Your Freedom?

The company, which long offered unlimited back-up of files for a paltry $5 a month, increased their prices and cut the unlimited plan, citing financial problems with the model i.e. it cost to much to transfer and store terabytes of essentially useless information.

Published in: on February 3, 2011 at 5:45 pm  Leave a Comment