We love Justin Bieber here at Zap2it, but you Biebettes have us a small bit disturbed now! After Biebs and Kim Kardashian hung out together at the May 1 White House Correspondents cooking in Washington, D.C., Bieber tweeted "Look the my partner @kimkardashian," along with the on top of photo.Kardashian responded, "I strictly have Bieber Fever!!!" around her own Twitter page.&Apparently, The Biebs fans do not authorize of these shenanigans. ""I"m removing genocide threats from your fans!," Kardashian tweeted. "This is unBeliebable!!!" We"re going to pretence that shes been aggrieved and pardon her for that hideous joke.Check out a little of the standouts:@KimKardashian Justin Bieber is MINE!!!! Forget he now!! I HATE U!!! Kill ur self, baby!! :)@kimkardashian does merit hate, she looks similar to a B****, she is a b****. @justinbieber that b**** is voluptuous in ur eyes ?! omg :/@KimKardashians a b****, old 30-year-old pedophile who is dating with Justin Bieber. That hatred that b****!Yikes! Bieber tweeted,"ladies ease down. @kimkardashian is a friend. a really voluptuous crony but afriend. no need 4 threats. Lets all be friends and cling to out mostly ;)"Somehow, we dont think thats going to have the fans feel most better.Follow Zap2itdishrag and @cadlymack on Twitter andon Facebook& for the ultimate TV, movie and luminary news.More Justin Bieber dish:Justin Bieber: "German? I dont know what that means"Justin Bieber, Kim Kardashian are tweetheartsIs Justin Bieber the subsequent Justin Timberlake?Justin Bieber, Jonas Brothers liven up White House Correspondents Dinner Justin Bieber has no girlfriendPhoto Credit: Justin Bieber
Tuesday, October 5, 2010
Posted by Ben at 1:18 PM
commentaryUpdate at 5:30 AM Pacific on Mar 2, 2010: I incorrectly reported that Facebook has changed from MySQL in preference of Cassandra. According to a convincing source informed with Facebooks systems, this is not the case. Indeed, you can essentially follow "MySQLatFacebook" on Facebook. I swallow ones pride for the blunder and am blissful to see MySQL is still in active use at Facebook.Open-source program has hastened the expansion of Web applications as it drives out the inefficiencies and costs of exclusive program to capacitate companies similar to Google and Twitter to scale. But the not usually exclusive program that is feeling the squeeze:Companies similar to Facebook are right away swapping out old-guard open-source projects similar to MySQL for new-school open source.Can open source goal to contest with itself?As one e.g. of this trend, Informationweek reports that Twitter, Facebook, and Digg have all forsaken MySQL in preference of Cassandra, an open-source interpretation government system. Cassandra, an Apache project, is piece of the supposed "NoSQL" movement, that includes pick open-source projects similar to MemCacheDB, Hadoop, and CouchDB.Its not a impact on MySQL, that stays an glorious database for a far-reaching accumulation of uses. But the an denote of how fast the open-source universe moves, and how variable the customers can be.Its additionally a pointer of usually how difficult and fast one contingency contest to keep up with open-source projects, generally on the Web.And the not usually NoSQL vs. MySQL.Mozilla"sFirefox, for example, ruled the open-source browser set down for years, but is starting to get genuine foe from Googles Chrome, an pick open-source browser.In the mobile computing world, users are marred for preference with assorted permutations of Linux, together with Android and MeeGo (formerly Maemo and Moblin), opposed for manufacturers" courtesy and customarily replacing each pick as they contest for prominence.As difficult as it is for the open-source universe to contest with itself, cruise the exclusive foe that has been expel by the wayside. Sun used to on all sides itself as the core of the dot-com revolution, usually to find itself upstaged by the Linux crowd.And as most as MySQL might be feeling the splash of NoSQL competition, at slightest the still in the game. Oracle has never been a critical contender for using Web applications at scale, whilst Microsoft struggles to have the SQL Server record and pricing piece fit (not that the not trying).Could this be a pointer of things to come?Absolutely, though there stays partially safer belligerent for old-school exclusive program vendors. Its called the enterprise. Enterprise IT is rather less endangered with creation and some-more endangered with risk avoidance, and so less prone to bound on the fast-moving open-source creation track.Eventually, however, yesterdays Web record will find the approach in to tomorrows enterprises, that will good from the mad gait of investigation the Web companies are pushing with open-source software.For now, craving IT vendors can lead a rather easeful existence, one not accessible to open-source projects that contingency contest energetically to keep up on the Web. But it wouldnt last forever.
Posted by Ben at 11:16 AM