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Are you the Psy of American democracy? Competition offers cash prize for new ideas to strengthen American democracy

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It's time to take that great idea you have about how to rethink American democracy off the shelf, dust it off and submit it for a cash prize. The Illinois Humanities Council with financial support from the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation -- home of the "Genius"...
Are you the Psy of American democracy? Competition offers cash prize for new ideas to strengthen American democracy

Privacy groups call on U.S. government to stop lobbying against EU data law changes

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The EFF, ACLU, EPIC, and more than a dozen other privacy and rights groups, are calling on the U.S. government to stop the "unprecedented lobbying campaign" over the proposed changes to EU data protection and privacy laws....
Privacy groups call on U.S. government to stop lobbying against EU data law changes

How One Company's Twitter Account Went Rogue

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New Social Media Insights is a new daily newsletter from Business Insider that collects and delivers the top social media news first thing every morning. You can sign up to receive Social Media Insights here or at the bottom of this post. If Your Marketing Director Doesn't Understand Twitter, Don't Tweet...
How One Company's Twitter Account Went Rogue

HTC Posts Disappointing Numbers, Says Its Going To Get Worse

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New TAIPEI (Reuters) - Taiwanese smartphone maker HTC Corp will shift its focus more towards emerging markets and offer lower priced phones in China this year as it grapples with slumping revenue in the shadow of Apple's iPhone and Samsung's Galaxy series. HTC gave a disappointing outlook on Monday for first-quarter...
HTC Posts Disappointing Numbers, Says Its Going To Get Worse

Rover.com Fetches $7 Million for Its Dog-Sitting Service

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New Rover.com, the dog-kenneling alternative, has raised $7 million in a second-round funding. The Seattle-based company said the Foundry Group led the round, with existing investor Madrona Venture Group also participating. Rover, which has raised more than $10 million to date, helps connect dog owners with potential sitters online. So far,...
Rover.com Fetches $7 Million for Its Dog-Sitting Service

Airbnb for dogs Rover.com raises $7m led by The Foundry Group, rolls out Animoto-powered video service

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New Digital dog-boarding service Rover.com has raised $7 million in series B led by the Foundry Group along with existing investors. The company says that it intends to use the service to launch “new initiatives and innovations”. Also included in today’s announcement, it is rolling out an Animoto-powered video service for...
Airbnb for dogs Rover.com raises $7m led by The Foundry Group, rolls out Animoto-powered video service

Pet Boarding And 'Dogbnb' Startup Rover Raises $7M To Take On DogVacay

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New Rover, a Seattle-based startup that provides a ‘Airbnb’ for dog sitting, has raised $7 million in Series B funding led by Foundry Group with existing investor Madrona Venture Group participating. This brings the company’s total funding to over $10 million. Rover’s marketplace matches dog owners with pet sitters. You can...
Pet Boarding And 'Dogbnb' Startup Rover Raises $7M To Take On DogVacay

English literature's 50 key moments from Marlowe to JK Rowling

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New What have been the hinge points in the evolution of Anglo-American literature? Here's a provisional, partisan listBBC Radio Three is currently broadcasting a fascinating series on the "50 key works" of classical music. This is a spin-off from Howard Goodall's BBC2 television series and its tie-in book, The Story of...
English literature's 50 key moments from Marlowe to JK Rowling

Dog sitting marketplace Rover.com laps up $7M from Foundry Group, others

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New Aaron Easterly with Caramel on the GeekWire podcast Online dog sitting marketplace Rover.com just fetched $7 million in fresh funding, including new cash from Brad Feld’s Foundry Group. The money comes three months after Rover.com’s primary rival, DogVacay, scored $6 million from Benchmark and others. It also follows a $3.4...
Dog sitting marketplace Rover.com laps up $7M from Foundry Group, others
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