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Why Clay Shirky is right and Warren Buffet is wrong

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There’s been a lot of attention focused on Berkshire Hathaway billionaire Warren Buffett’s recent $142-million purchase of Media General and its 26 newspapers — and that’s not at all surprising, since he seems to be the only one interested in buying newspapers rather than selling or closing them. But...
Why Clay Shirky is right and Warren Buffet is wrong

The io9 Lost discussion thread! [Discussion Thread]

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Watching the Lost finale tonight? Comment, cry, cheer, grouse, and yammer here! Cyriaque will be live-commenting along with you. Also, be sure to stick around later for Charlie Jane's recap of the finale! More »...
The io9 Lost discussion thread! [Discussion Thread]

As RIM Rallies, Investors Cheer Z10 Ahead of U.S. Debut

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The January launch of Research In Motion's new BlackBerry may have been marred by a surprise delay in its U.S. debut. But as that rollout now approaches, RIM's share price has resumed what's been a steep, months-long ascent for the smartphone maker....
As RIM Rallies, Investors Cheer Z10 Ahead of U.S. Debut

"If more of us valued food and cheer and song above hoarded gold, it would be a merrier world."

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""If more of us valued food and cheer and song above hoarded gold, it would be a merrier world."" - J.R.R. Tolkien (via bijan)...
"If more of us valued food and cheer and song above hoarded gold, it would be a merrier world."

VMware Hired Bon Jovi To Rock San Francisco Last Night At A Blowout Party (VMW)

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VMware, the enterprise software company, kicked off the tech party season in San Francisco last night with a private rock concert by Bon Jovi. The party capped off VMworld, VMware's user conference. This season's trend is famous rock stars from the '80s through the past decade. After Bon Jovi, Salesforce.com...
VMware Hired Bon Jovi To Rock San Francisco Last Night At A Blowout Party (VMW)

LivingSocial wants to make your holiday gifts fabulous, thanks to a partnership with Fab.com

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Daily deals site LivingSocial and online retailer Fab.com have partnered up this holiday season to help bring some flair to your gift giving. Starting today, all 24 million LivingSocial members in the United States will have access to purchase 50 Fab products, with 50 more to be added next week,...
LivingSocial wants to make your holiday gifts fabulous, thanks to a partnership with Fab.com

When do summer shoppers splurge online?

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Online retail sales may slump during the summer, but that doesn’t mean shoppers aren’t occasionally willing to drop the big bucks. It just might depend on the day of the week. According to New York-based data analytics startup SumAll, during the summer months, shoppers are the most likely to buy...
When do summer shoppers splurge online?

JAMfest Nationals - Cheer and Dance Competitions [Las Vegas - Sat 4/10/10 - Sun 4/11/10]

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JAMfest Nationals - Cheer and Dance Competitions [Las Vegas - Sat 4/10/10 - Sun 4/11/10]

Pentax confirms the rumors, mirrorless K-01 coming March 2012 (video)

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We heard it was coming, and confirmation arrivies today of Pentax's latest model. the K-01. The manufacturer is cheer-leading the fact that it uses the world's thinnest interchangeable lens for lens-interchangeable cameras, which really rolls off the tongue. The body is compatible with the rest of your K-series lens,...
Pentax confirms the rumors, mirrorless K-01 coming March 2012 (video)
Path lauches 2.1, opens its API along with new camera and music functions

Introducing Cody: Your Virtual Gym Buddy That Pushes You To Workout

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For the past few weeks, I’ve been watching a product grow from something that is mildly interesting into something that is well worth using. The product is Cody, a fitness-focused social network that acts like a mix of Foursquare and Twitter. And as an unintended side effect, it will...
Introducing Cody: Your Virtual Gym Buddy That Pushes You To Workout

LaCie PetiteKey USB flash drive: slim and discrete, for files of the private variety

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What if the key to your home continued to get smaller and smaller? Would that be something you'd cheer or loathe? Thankfully, that's not the question we're posing today -- instead, we're wondering if you'd enjoy a key-like flash drive that's smaller than its predecessor. LaCie's new PetiteKey sort...
LaCie PetiteKey USB flash drive: slim and discrete, for files of the private variety

Digits Live: Analyst: Investors Shouldn't Cheer Yahoo's New CFO

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Trip Chowdhry, Managing Director of Global Equities Research, says Yahoo's new Chief Financial Officer Ken Goldman is nothing to get excited about....
Digits Live: Analyst: Investors Shouldn't Cheer Yahoo's New CFO
Nvidia GeForce GTX 690 announced: two Kepler GPUs on one card

iPhone 5's launch leads to 33% spike in AppStore downloads

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Every time a new iPhone launches, AppStore downloads soar -- and app developers cheer....
iPhone 5's launch leads to 33% spike in AppStore downloads

Itanium Fans Cheer Oracle's Return After Slamming Its Choice to Stop Porting

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Oracle did the right thing this week when it pledged to resume porting its software to Hewlett-Packard's Itanium-based servers, but it should never have pulled......
Itanium Fans Cheer Oracle's Return After Slamming Its Choice to Stop Porting

Watch These LinkedIn Interns Set The World On Fire (LNKD)

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You'll just have to forgive LinkedIn workers for feeling super, super stoked about working at the professional social network right now--especially the youngest, newest ones. Check out these charming and talented LinkedIn interns doing a riff on Fun's "We Are Young," full of nerdy programmer jokes (GitHub repos, anyone?) and...
Watch These LinkedIn Interns Set The World On Fire (LNKD)

Huawei hardware won't be part of National Broadband Network, says Australia

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Huawei just can't catch a break -- first the US blocks it from being a part of its first responder wireless network, and now, Australia is following suit. According to the Australian Financial Review, the Shenzhen-based outfit has been barred from tendering contracts for the country's A$43 billion National...
Huawei hardware won't be part of National Broadband Network, says Australia

Ceramic White Samsung Galaxy Note careens into Canadian hearts starting today

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What once was an oddity is now an unstoppable force. With five million units shipped to date, the Galaxy Note's enjoying its well-earned place at the center of Samsung's universe and the company's looking to spread the cheer. Hitting retail shelves across Canada today, the phablet responsible for the...
Ceramic White Samsung Galaxy Note careens into Canadian hearts starting today
Booting Up: Ashton Kutcher Helps Beat Off Winter Doldrums With Release Date for jOBS

Employees in Google Offices Around the World Pose for Street View Cameras

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The commenters at Hacker News realized something quite entertaining: Google employees at the search giant’s various international HQs have taken to lining up outside of the offices when it’s time for the street view cameras to record mapping data for that address. When a Hacker News user named “lutfidemirci” posted...
Employees in Google Offices Around the World Pose for Street View Cameras

Hands on with Remote Desktop for Google+ Hangouts

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Family support technicians the world over gave a cheer about 18 months ago when Google released Remote Desktop, a free remote-access Chrome extension that let you support PCs from afar. While Google's solution was helpful, it wasn't perfect. Remote Desktop still required the non-techie on the other end to...
Hands on with Remote Desktop for Google+ Hangouts

T-Mobile U.K. Customer Overturns Store, Decides He Is Due For an Upgrade

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One man in England has done what many people have wanted to do — go nuts on their cellular carrier. A video on YouTube shows the man basically destroying a T-Mobile store in Manchester, England. First he rips down displays, then he starts spraying the store with a fire extinguisher...
T-Mobile U.K. Customer Overturns Store, Decides He Is Due For an Upgrade
Tech companies cheer for Senate proposal to increase immigration
Path iOS app updated with Nike+ integration, music match, and camera enhancements

Will HP's good news cheer tech investors?

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HP CEO Mark Hurd. Photo: HP There you have it, tech investors. Hewlett-Packard's earnings might be the best news you'll hear for a while. And the numbers were quite good. The world's largest PC maker reported fiscal fourth quarter revenue and profit that once again surpassed analyst expectations, thanks to...
Will HP's good news cheer tech investors?

HTC expects more slippage in the first quarter

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Peter Chou may be optimistic, but first quarter results for this year are expected to raise little cheer for the company's shareholders. Will offering cheap phones in China help? [Read more]...
HTC expects more slippage in the first quarter

NES harmonicas hit eBay, three lucky gamers cheer

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NES harmonicas hit eBay, three lucky gamers cheer
With Idol app, Peel gets ready to ditch its hardware

Why investors might buy a News Corp publishing spinoff

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News Corp’s share price has jumped as investors cheer reports that the giant company is planning to spin off its $8 billion publishing division. The News Corp analysts we spoke with,not surprisingly, like the idea of a restructured the company — but perhaps more interestingly, are also optimistic about the prospects...
Why investors might buy a News Corp publishing spinoff
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