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Working Apple 1 Computer Sells for Record Auction Price of $671,400

Matt Taibbi Shreds Obama Over JOBS Act That Will 'Nearly Legalize Fraud'

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Matt Taibbi thinks the JOBS Act signed by President Obama last week is just about the worst thing ever. To backup, the JOBS act has been called the "crowdfunding act" because it lifts various regulations on startups raising money, and how many shareholders it can have. The JOBS Act...
Matt Taibbi Shreds Obama Over JOBS Act That Will 'Nearly Legalize Fraud'

Prediction guru Nate Silver: The Seahawks are going to the Super Bowl

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Nate Silver If Nate Silver is as good at predicting elections as he is the Super Bowl, then Seahawks fans are going to like his latest picks. Silver, a statistician and sabermetrician famous for correctly predicting the winner of all 50 states in the 2012 presidential election, went on...
Prediction guru Nate Silver: The Seahawks are going to the Super Bowl

Check this video out -- Fordham Baseball Player Goes Airborn http://youtu.be/FtUlc0-6z8A

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Check this video out -- Fordham Baseball Player Goes Airborn http://youtu.be/FtUlc0-6z8A
Baseball player 'steals first,' confounding all scorekeeping software

A New Slew of Tech Layoffs Reminds Us that No Lead Is Ever Safe

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By many indications, things are going well for the tech industry. Mobile and cloud services are taking off. Apple, the comeback story of the century, is insanely profitable. Facebook is a public company, never mind its stock slide. So why the heck is HP slicing 27,000 jobs? Why are promising...
A New Slew of Tech Layoffs Reminds Us that No Lead Is Ever Safe

Jackie Robinson Google Baseball Player Logo

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Google.com is featuring a special Google logo, Google Doodle, for the 94th birthday of Jackie Robinson. Jackie Robinson is not simply being featured because of his outstanding career in Major League Baseball but because of his influence in the civil rights movement. He was the first black player in... Please...
Jackie Robinson Google Baseball Player Logo

The Ads For Windows Phones Are Now Exactly The Opposite Of What Microsoft Used When It Launched Windows Phone (MSFT, NOK)

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Here's something funny we noticed about Windows Phone marketing. Last night, during the NBA playoffs we saw this Windows Phone ad run on ESPN. It shows ex-baseball player, and current analyst John Kruk glued to the screen of his Nokia Lumia phone. He's so obsessed with the screen that he...
The Ads For Windows Phones Are Now Exactly The Opposite Of What Microsoft Used When It Launched Windows Phone (MSFT, NOK)

The Cover Of Today's New York Times Represents Another Disaster For Traditional Photographers

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Sports photographer Nick Laham recently shot some beautiful portraits of the New York Yankees baseball team. The photos came out great, but what's surprising is that Laham took the photos with his iPhone, and "edited" them solely through Instagram.  Laham didn't need to use any fancy editing software like Photoshop...
The Cover Of Today's New York Times Represents Another Disaster For Traditional Photographers

Why this retiring sportswriter thinks newspapers should eliminate reader comments

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Steve Kelley Many believe that allowing online reader comments are beneficial for a news organization. Steve Kelley certainly does not think so. Kelley, the longtime Seattle Times sports columnist, will be writing his final column this Sunday. He went on the Ross and Burbank Show this morning and had some interesting...
Why this retiring sportswriter thinks newspapers should eliminate reader comments

Baseball's All-Star Twitter Strategy Keeps Players on a Short Leash

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Want to know what's going on behind the scenes, in real time, during the baseball All-Star Game on Tuesday? Check out Twitter, where Major League Baseball has told players to tweet away during the game. But will the players be allowed to say anything interesting? The idea sounds promising: "Fans...
Baseball's All-Star Twitter Strategy Keeps Players on a Short Leash

7 Stories to read this weekend

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And I am back after a two week break — I was in Paris for Le Web — with seven stories for you to enjoy this weekend. Nobel laureate and economist Paul Krugman says that for some, Ayn Rand’s novels or Tolkien’s The Lord of Rings have a lasting impact. For...
7 Stories to read this weekend
Deeyoon: A Site Where You Can Debate Anyone About Anything -- On Live Video

Can We Talk Briefly About "The Catcher In The Rye"?

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I just finished reading "The Catcher In The Rye." That's notable in part because I rarely read books anymore. (No time--too much iPhone.) It's also notable because this is the third time I've read it. The first time I read "The Catcher In The Rye" was in high school, when...
Can We Talk Briefly About "The Catcher In The Rye"?

Hall of Fame baseball player Robin Roberts dies at 83

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Hall of Fame baseball player Robin Roberts dies at 83

The injured baseball player was taken off the field on a straight board, breathing and moving... http://tweetphoto.com/26300539

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The injured baseball player was taken off the field on a straight board, breathing and moving... http://tweetphoto.com/26300539
Forget pens and paper: Egraph paves way for autographs of the future
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Sports Section, 2.0: YourSports Launches Its Ambitious Project To Build The Facebook Of Sports

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“There’s a major piece missing from the social graph,” Chris McCoy tells me over coffee, “and it’s sports.” Naturally, McCoy is a former baseball player, Quora devotee and a religious consumer of all things sports. But, perhaps surprisingly, he’s not alone in the way he views the current sports landscape....
Sports Section, 2.0: YourSports Launches Its Ambitious Project To Build The Facebook Of Sports
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