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according to john

The future according to John Doerr (Or: How Twitter can become the fifth big company in tech)

Joss Whedon’s Dr. Horrible Sequel To Be A Feature Film

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According to John Barrowman’s Big Gay Nemesis, Neil Patrick Harris, when he returns as Joss Whedon’s Dr. Horrible, it’s going to be in a feature film. What’s more, he doesn’t think the record-breaking online distribution of part one is going to apply next time either. Is he thinking they’re...
Joss Whedon’s Dr. Horrible Sequel To Be A Feature Film

The Week in Review: Told through GIFs, images, video, and Tweets

pandodaily.com
This week, we caught up with Spotify CEO Daniel Ek in New York, the Pope announced he would join Twitter, and oh yeah, President Obama won reelection, in part by out-nerding his opponent. FOUR MORE YEARS President Obama won reelection on Tuesday. Less importantly, his celebratory Tweet became the most...
The Week in Review: Told through GIFs, images, video, and Tweets
Sony moves 'beyond' the living room as Microsoft takes it over

What’s good for Google should be good for Facebook

www.inquisitr.com
There’s a lot of noise being made about the fact that a group of of politicians from the House Energy and Commerce Committee want the FTC to call Google up for some serious question answering in regards to Buzz and the privacy flap in the days that followed its...
What’s good for Google should be good for Facebook

Rackspace launches cloud monitor

gigaom.com
A new Rackspace service will give its customers a better view into how their cloud infrastructure is working around the world, according to John Engates, Rackspace CTO. Launching Wednesday, the new Rackspace Cloud Monitoring service comes out of Rackspace’s purchase of Cloudkick two years ago. The availability of such services that provide...
Rackspace launches cloud monitor
Does cleantech talk align with actual VC investment? Not when it comes to water

The Web 2.0 Summit, Tim O’Reilly and John Battelle’s Tech-Palooza, Is On Indefinite “Hiatus”

techcrunch.com
The Web 2.0 Summit, the annual event jointly put on by UBM TechWeb and O’Reilly Media, will not be taking place this year. The conference, which has grown since its inception in 2004 to be one of the buzziest and busiest events for the web and new media upper crust,...
The Web 2.0 Summit, Tim O’Reilly and John Battelle’s Tech-Palooza, Is On Indefinite “Hiatus”

HP Is Just Fine With Microsoft's Surface Tablet, Thank You

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If Microsoft’s decision to enter the PC hardware market with its own Surface tablet has caused Hewlett-Packard any anxiety, the PC-maker isn’t letting on. While some PC manufacturers like Acer have bemoaned Microsoft’s Surface initiative in the press, even going so far as to call upon Redmond to “think twice”...
HP Is Just Fine With Microsoft's Surface Tablet, Thank You

New York partners with Code for America to help fix the criminal justice system

thenextweb.com
New York City has today announced a new partnership with Code for America (CfA), a non-profit organization dedicated to helping governments become more connected, to bring real-time information to courtrooms and help the NYC Criminal Justice Commission in developing methods of data driven decision-making. Contrasting with last year’s decision to not partner with the non-profit, NYC has...
New York partners with Code for America to help fix the criminal justice system
AT&T VP: data usage has grown 20,000 percent in the last five years
RecBob takes the work out of after-work sports
Apple has a 7.85-inch iPad prototype in its labs, according to John Gruber

Keen On... John Borthwick: Why The Facebook-Instagram Deal Is The Most Important Tech Event Of 2012

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What was the most significant tech event of 2012? No, neither Apple after Steve Jobs nor the Facebook IPO. Not at least according to John Borthwick, the CEO of Betaworks and one of the shrewdest observers of the tech scene. Borthwick came on my show to look backwards at...
Keen On... John Borthwick: Why The Facebook-Instagram Deal Is The Most Important Tech Event Of 2012

A City-Wide Quest for Happiness, Powered by Sensors and Data

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What do you get when you mash up the "quantified self," big data, and happiness trends? According to John Havens, a former EVP of Social Media at Porter Novelli and author of the forthcoming H(app)y: The Value of Well-Being in a Digital Economy, this mixture yields a brand-new "happiness economy,"...
A City-Wide Quest for Happiness, Powered by Sensors and Data
Apple reportedly testing 7.85-inch iPad prototype

U.S. Defense Department confirms plans to roll out 100k iOS and Android devices by next year

9to5mac.com
Back in October we heard reports that the Department of Defense was preparing to approve a large number of iOS and Android devices for use on government networks. Those reports were followed earlier this month with news that  CACI International Inc. was modifying thousands of iPads for use in U.S....
U.S. Defense Department confirms plans to roll out 100k iOS and Android devices by next year

Apple reportedly has a 7.85″ version of the iPad in its labs, but that shouldn’t surprise you

thenextweb.com
Apple has a smaller 7.85″ version of its iPad tablet in its labs, according to John Gruber of Daring Fireball. The comment comes at 1hr 19 minutes into episode #86 of The Talk Show. The information about the smaller iPad came to a question from host Dan Benjamin’s question: “Is Apple...
Apple reportedly has a 7.85″ version of the iPad in its labs, but that shouldn’t surprise you

Actually, There Is ZERO Chance The World Will End On Friday

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According to a Mayan calendar that's been widely misinterpreted, the world is supposed to end on Friday, December 21, 2012. Doomsdayers think the world will end one of four ways: We'll be engulfed in a giant black hole The sun will pass through a "galactic plane" Solar flares will fry...
Actually, There Is ZERO Chance The World Will End On Friday
Dell Launches Flying Data Center at War Fighters
How data is changing the car game for Ford

Lessons for Entrepreneurs from World of Warcraft

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When film critic Roger Ebert posted on his blog that "Video Games Can Never Be Art," he seemed to incur the wrath of the gaming community, and the entry now has over 3,000 comments, many protesting Ebert's claims. Ebert wonders why the designation of art or not-art matters to those...
Lessons for Entrepreneurs from World of Warcraft
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