Feedburner made some nice improvements to their free feed stats product.
Adobe Photoshop Lightroom is now shipping.
CNET.com is reporting that over half of U.S. homes now have broadband.
Blackberry users will want to download a Daylight Savings Time patch before March 11th. The same goes for Windows Mobile users. Same for Palm Treos running the Garnet OS.
Russia is attacking software piracy by attacking Microsoft. “We are constantly fighting against unlicensed use of software, but we need to fight not with the consumers but those who develop the software,” said Deputy Russian IT minister Dmitry Milovantsev. I wonder if Microsoft has the right to refuse service to an entire country?
Google is buying AdScape and Princeton University has joined the Google Library Project and there’s a new update available for Google Checkout.
All the links are right here at wowtechminute.com.
From Aloha Workshops on the Big Island of Hawai`i, this is Brent Norris for the World Organization of Webmasters and the Wow Technology Minute.
Adobe Photoshop Lightroom Now Shipping
Quick Enhancements to Site Statistics
Broadband adoption passes halfway mark in U.S.
Gadgets caught in daylight-saving switch
Deputy Russian IT minister Dmitry Milovantsev
Microsoft Speaks Out On Russian Piracy Prosecution
Google to buy AdScape for $23 million
Princeton University Joins Google’s Library Project
Google Checkout update