In a characteristically desperate move, the Wikileaks Task Force tweeted out that the organization nobly devoted to making private documents public is looking to create “an online database with all ‘verified’ twitter accounts & their family/job/financial/housing relationships.” This feels desperate.
Did it take this long to verify him? Is he posting from his BlackBerry? I have SO MANY QUESTIONS.
As much as Twitter has grown over the years, it's still a pretty bare bones service. Take for example its take on famous accounts, all Twitter does is slap a verified tag on it. But isn't there more potential there? Couldn't Twitter use verified badges to categorize Twitter accounts? College Humor thought so and…
YouTube added several new features to its video streaming service including the ability to convert your 2D video to 3D format. I'm not sure why you would want to, but now you can.