How CloudFlare Aims to Save the Future of the Internet, With an Amazon-Style Technology Roll Out, for Free
The Incredible Engagement Feedback Loops of Startup Loving TV Host Shira Lazar
The Incredible Story of Scott Kveton: Linux, Firefox, Bacon & iPhones
PowerOne: This iPhone App Builds iPhone Apps
Google Hires Twitter-Hacking PARC Scientist
Google Hires Social Software Researcher Brynn Evans
The Women Who Made Google Plus: 22 Developers Behind the World's Fastest Growing Social Network
Today is Ada Lovelace Day , a day dedicated to celebrating the world's first computer programmer and to share inspiring stories about women working in science, technology and math. Surely some of the most significant technical work done by women since this day last year includes the creation of what is said to be the fastest-growing social network in history, Google Plus . Launched on June 28th and just opened to the public at large late last month, Google Plus is a feature-rich social network with variable privacy and sharing settings at the core of its experience.
Fancy Hands: Virtual Assistants, Aardvark Style
I still use Fancyhands, though I feel like I should ask the service to take the time to think up uses of itself for me. I talk it up a lot as it's really saved my bacon. Ted Roden has become a person I talk to several times a year and I really enjoy his company. I interview him whenever I can about real time technology, crowd sourced labor and research hacks. by Oct 16
Techmeme's New Editor: An Interview with Megan McCarthy
Megan McCarthy did a great job running Techmeme, then media watchdog site Mediagazer. Now she's at the New York Observer, but her work curating breaking news will forever be a happy memory of mine. I love Mediagazer so much. by Oct 16
Facebook's Mysterious Hire: The Guy Who Designed Much of the iPhone
Facebook announced today that it has acquired a startup called Push Pop Press and most of the media coverage of the news has focused on Push Pop's dazzling e-book technology for clients including Al Gore.
My6Sense & The Geek Who Rode His Blog to the Edge of the World
Microsoft Makes Key Hire in Researcher Danah Boyd
History's Longest Imprisoned Blogger, Kareem Amer, is Free
How Chris Messina Got a Job at Google
Man Writes Software, Blogs About it, Makes $100k in 5 Months
How Tim O'Reilly Aims to Change Government
Expert Labs: Can an Outside Incubator Turn Government Tech-Savvy?
10 Interesting Details About Twitter's Mysterious CTO
MrBabyMan: Digg Users Revolt, Against the One Pure Man at the Top
Andrew Sorcini lives in Los Angeles, works as an animator for Disney and is the most powerful user that social news site Digg.com has ever seen. Known at Digg and elsewhere as MrBabyMan , Sorcini has submitted a site-leading 2,400+ stories that have hit the site's coveted front page.
The Man Who Made Gmail Says Real-Time Conversation is What's Next
Thoughts From the Man Who Would Sell The World, Nicely
"My background is in Artificial Intelligence and my last business was building predictive data.
The Man Who Looked Into Facebook's Soul
Youth social networking researcher danah boyd has observed that many people presume the way they use social networks is the way everyone uses them.
What Does it Mean to Make 5 Million Maps? Platial's Legacy