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Drupal.org Hacked, User Details Exposed And Reset

techcrunch.com
Another day, another big site hacked. 2013 really just hasn’t been a good year for web security. This time around, the site writing the email that noone wants to write is Drupal.org, home of the popular content management platform, Drupal. Though no exact number was shared, it appears that nearly...
Drupal.org Hacked, User Details Exposed And Reset

Spotify finally discovers social, recommends new music and more to users (but only for the Web now)

thenextweb.com
Digital music streaming and subscription company Spotify today released a new feature called ‘Discover’, in an effort to help its many millions of users around the globe find out about new artists and music they will likely enjoy. The company aims to achieve this by not only leveraging its proprietary recommendation...
Spotify finally discovers social, recommends new music and more to users (but only for the Web now)

Do you live in San Francisco? Do you want to write for Engadget?

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Oh sure, you love gadgets -- but do you have the chops to write about them? We'd love to know if you think you do, because we're looking to actually pay people to do this stuff. Professional writing experience, particularly in our industry, is greatly preferred. That said, what...
Do you live in San Francisco? Do you want to write for Engadget?

BBC scraps Digital Media Initiative after spending £98.4m on a revamped archive and production tools

thenextweb.com
The BBC has decided to abandon its Digital Media Initiative, after spending £98.4 million (roughly $148 million USD) to try to create a more integrated and digital workflow for its employees. The decision follows an operational review of the project, launched in October last year, which found that the project was...
BBC scraps Digital Media Initiative after spending £98.4m on a revamped archive and production tools
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Why PayPal is bullish on Bitcoin

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President David Marcus tells Fortune why he embraces digital currency, how he thinks the trend will play out, and when Americans can reasonably expect to go wallet-less. FORTUNE -- The way PayPal President David Marcus sees it, wallets are on the way out. The question isn't "if" they become antiquated, but...
Why PayPal is bullish on Bitcoin

Marissa Mayer announces Yahoo Tumblr acquisition via animated GIF

www.guardian.co.uk
Setting up her own Tumblr, dropping Google+ from her Twitter profile, rolling with the zeitgeist - the chief executive of Yahoo has got internet style to burnMarissa Mayer: she's got style. First she buys Tumblr - which, OK, is one of those Big Corporate Acquisitions that gets everyone het up...
Marissa Mayer announces Yahoo Tumblr acquisition via animated GIF

marissamayr: I'm delighted to announce that we've reached an...

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marissamayr: I'm delighted to announce that we've reached an agreement to acquire Tumblr!  We promise not to screw it up.  Tumblr is incredibly special and has a great thing going.  We will operate Tumblr independently.  David Karp will remain CEO.  The product roadmap, their team, their wit and irreverence will...
marissamayr: I'm delighted to announce that we've reached an...

Yahoo CEO Mayer on $1.1B Tumblr deal: 'We promise not to screw it up'

www.geekwire.com
Marissa Mayer Well, this kind of says something. In her first public remarks about the blockbuster $1.1 billion purchase of Tumblr, Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer promises “not to screw it up.” Meanwhile, Tumblr CEO David Karp notes that the fast-growing blogging platform, which boasts 300 million unique visitors per month and...
Yahoo CEO Mayer on $1.1B Tumblr deal: 'We promise not to screw it up'
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