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Deborah Schultz: World and Web - not as connected as we think Over on the Tummelvision podcast we chat weekly with a broad swath of people on the intersection of technology, culture and business. Our conversations often reflect the participatory nature of - well - everything. How our current hyper-connected-always-on world demands and drives interaction. This is forcing a new focus on the skills and tools that are needed to manage and succeed in this environment -personally, socially, economically and artistically. Deborah Schultz: World and Web - not as connected as we think
With more places to share content on more networks, each having their own diverse social graphs, connections and features, many of us are splintering our online identities, choosing one or a few communities over others, and optimizing our sharing and consumption to fit the model that best works for us - and that self-assessment should be constantly changing as our own preferences, and those sites' capabilities change. But what will never change is people's desire to feel important and interesting, whether they are creators, sharers, commenters or even lurkers. As I've seen time and time again, people often measure a site's "success" for them by how much attention they receive, and if this attention fades, so too does their opinion of that community. Despite significant attempts at automation, people continue to be human, and thus, emotion is involved. Social Me Me Me Me Me Media Social Me Me Me Me Me Media
SExpand Chrome: The Chrome to iPhone extension adds a handy button to your Google Chrome toolbar that, when clicked, quickly shares your current URL between your desktop browser and iOS device. The extension attempts to mimic the functionality of the even better Chrome to Phone extension for Android devices, and for the most part, it does a pretty good job. Chrome to iPhone Sends Links to your iOS Device from Chrome Chrome to iPhone Sends Links to your iOS Device from Chrome
Am I mayor yet? Am I mayor yet? We made a quick yet long-awaited tweak to our apps today. When you’re getting close to winning a Mayorship (within 10 check-ins), you’ll now see how far away you are from ousting the current Mayor. You’ll see the count in the post check-in screen when you check into a place.
Google continues social buying spree with Angstro Google just revealed its latest social networking acquisition — a startup called Angstro, which builds applications pulling useful information from social networks. The news was announced last night on the Angstro blog, with cofounder Rohit Khare writing, “While our work here may be done, the struggle for open, interoperable social networks is still only just beginning, and I’m looking forward to working on that in my new role at Google.” Angtro says its products include “apps to discover hot new photos on Facebook, improve Caller ID by using LinkedIn profiles, [add] style and links to Twitter, and create a real-time social address book.” Citing a person familiar with the situation, the Los Angeles Times reported this morning that Khare was convinced to join Google because of vice president of engineering Vic Gundotra’s commitment to social networking. Google continues social buying spree with Angstro
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Advertisements Microsoft’s co-founder Paul Allen has sued 11 major companies: Apple, Google, Facebook, eBay, AOL, Yahoo!, Netflix, Staples, Office Depot, OfficeMax and YouTube, claiming that they have violated four different patent rights which his company Interval Licensing LLC owns. Paul Allen claims that all the lawsuits he filed against the giants are using technologies which were invented by him, but according to the Wall Street Journal, he didn’t invent the technologies, rather he owns the patents for them. Mr. Microsoft Co-Founder Sues Apple, Google, Facebook, YouTube and 7 Other Major Companies Microsoft Co-Founder Sues Apple, Google, Facebook, YouTube and 7 Other Major Companies
Fire at Tenn. Mosque Building Site Ruled Arson Updated at 9:25 p.m. ET Federal officials are investigating a fire that started overnight at the site of a new Islamic center in a Nashville suburb. Ben Goodwin of the Rutherford County Sheriff's Department confirmed to CBS Affiliate WTVF that the fire, which burned construction equipment at the future site of the Islamic Center of Murfreesboro, is being ruled as arson. Special Agent Andy Anderson of the federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives told CBS News that the fire destroyed one piece of construction equipment and damaged three others. Gas was poured over the equipment to start the fire, Anderson said. Fire at Tenn. Mosque Building Site Ruled Arson
Facebook Partners with Y Combinator to Give Start-Ups Resources, Incentives | Tomio Geron | Voices | AllThingsD
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Google’s long awaited Google TV platform is getting closer to a consumer launch, and last week Sony sets running the platform were shown at the IFA show in Berlin. The demoed Google TV platform includes apps, Google Chrome and picture in picture. Sony Bravia’s running Google TV are set for release in November in the United States, with the rest of the world to follow some time thereafter. No word yet if recent models running Bravia Internet TV might be made retrospectively compatible, though as someone who purchased one this year I’m crossing my fingers. Video: Google TV Gets Demoed In Berlin Video: Google TV Gets Demoed In Berlin
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It seems like only yesterday that Oracle announced it was hiring former HP CEO Mark Hurd to be a Co-President and member of the Board — that’s because it was just yesterday. And now just one day later, we have a lawsuit filed by HP to block such a maneuver by Oracle. In confirming the lawsuit in a brief blog post today, HP’s official corporate blog highlights what they see as the key issue here: trade secrets and confidential information. HP Confirms It Is Suing Mark Hurd For Potential Leakage Of Trade Secrets To Oracle HP Confirms It Is Suing Mark Hurd For Potential Leakage Of Trade Secrets To Oracle
Google's Color-Changing Logo and What the Company Is About to Announce Google's Color-Changing Logo and What the Company Is About to Announce The Google homepage is sporting a new logo that changes color as you type, and it's likely a big hint as to what the company will announce at its "can't miss" search event on Wednesday. When you arrive on the search giant homepage today, you'll be greeted with a gray Google doodle. When you start typing a search query though, the color magically returns to Google's iconic logo. This follows yesterday's logo, a collection of animated particles that react to the movement of the cursor.
This Is How a Heavy Storm Looks Inside a Cruise Liner You would really think that this kind of thing would have been thought of on a cruise ship. I mean.. anchor the furniture or at least put a carpeting in under the tables so stuff doesn't slide every where. I understand that people don't really think of 25 foot tall waves when they are designing the interior of ship's lounge, but honestly we have thousands of years of naval history to look back on when building these ships. In the service area as well. I mean there is absolutely no reason that that forklift at the very least shouldn't have been chained down, even if they weren't expecting a storm.
À lire aussi: Le «retour vers le futur» de Bell Canada Michel MungerArgent Le contenu multiplateformes n'est pas une option, c'est une nécessité, dit Bell Canada (BCE), qui débourse 3,2 G$ pour acquérir la totalité du réseau de télé CTV. Bell détient 15% de CTV à l'heure actuelle. Elle prévoit mettre la main sur les 85% qui lui échappent. Cette participation majoritaire est partagée par la société de portefeuille Woodbridge, le régime de retraite des enseignants ontariens Teachers et le groupe de médias Torstar (TS.B). Bell dévore CTV pour son contenu multiplateformes
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Reboot RSS readers? Sorry, that train has left the station Loic Le Meur, CEO of Seesmic, and I were arguing last week about whether RSS has a future or not. He speaks up for “it has a future” on his blog. Dave Winer today has a great post on how to reboot RSS.
HOW TO: Run Your Business Online with $10 and a Google Account This post originally appeared on the American Express OPEN Forum, where Mashable regularly contributes articles about leveraging social media and technology in small business. Online infrastructure for your small business doesn't have to be complicated or expensive. By leveraging many of the free and inexpensive products offered by Google, you can create a website, a domain-branded e-mail system, and a document collaboration platform, all unified under one master login and password.
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