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This week, Yahoo wants Hulu, Tim Cook at AllThingsD, Blizzard delays its new MMO, backlash against the XBox One, a 3D food printer, and…Arrested Development, Season 4!
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Tagged 3D Printing, All, AllThingsD, Blizzard, DRM, Facebook, gamespot, Google, Google Glass, Hulu, Lambda Labs, Microsoft, MMO, MMORPG, Playstation, Playstation 4, Reddit, Sony, Tim Cook, Titan, Waze, XBOX, XBox One, Yahoo |
Andy, Reg and Muhammad discuss two of Mu’s blog posts this week,
The Economic Idiocy of Blocking Social Media Traffic & It’s The (Other) Algorithm, Stupid! Understanding DiggRank , wherein they take their best shots at assessing Digg’s promotion algorithm, based on their collective experience. They also tackle the bias of game review sites toward their paying sponsors and the upcoming changes at Propeller.
The Economic Idiocy of Blocking Social Media Traffic
It’s The (Other) Algorithm, Stupid! Understanding DiggRank
Rumor: Gamespot’s editorial director fired over Kane & Lynch review