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Gunpoint - review

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PC; £9; Tom Francis; Cert: N/AJobs I have fantasised about: private investigator, Spider-Man, high-tech hacker. Gunpoint is the stuff dreams are made of, a noirish 2D adventure that wraps all three up in a hat and trenchcoat then calls it Conway.Conway is an agile sort, capable of scaling any surface,...
Gunpoint - review
10 Things You Don't Really Need To Know Because Who Cares About Anything But Boston Right Now

Play games with life in a simple Google search

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The Game of Life (no, not the board game), is an intriguing, “zero-player cellular automaton game” devised in 1970 by JohnHorton Conway. Now, following Google’s usual paces of hiding little gems and jokes within its products, you can now play “Life” just by searching for it. Type “conway’s game of life” into the...
Play games with life in a simple Google search

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Keep your hands where she can see ‘em, alien. Oh, XOJane! Adorable, anti-angel-dust XOJane. It appears the time has come for you to explain Reddit to your readers. And blogger Kate Conway, who has been “on and off Reddit for years,” has bravely taken up the task. Ms. Conway, who...
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RT @jeff: Great discussion RT @arrington: Andreessen, Conway & Hornik come to TechCrunch to debate rising startup valuations: http://tcrn.ch/cNzEsM

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RT @jeff: Great discussion RT @arrington: Andreessen, Conway & Hornik come to TechCrunch to debate rising startup valuations: http://tcrn.ch/cNzEsM

Visual Anonymity: YouTube Now Lets You Blur Faces With One Click

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YouTube today launched a new feature that allows its users to easily blur the faces of everybody in a video with just one click. This, says YouTube policy associate Amanda Conway in a blog post today, can have a number of uses. It can, for example, help users ensure they...
Visual Anonymity: YouTube Now Lets You Blur Faces With One Click

Investor FedEx-es A Startup Job Offer To An Unsuspecting College Student

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Smart, technical college students are getting asked to drop out of school and join startups. Sometimes, the offers show up on their doors unannounced. According to WSJ, Peter Thiel's team FedEx-ed a job offer to an unsuspecting student, Maxwell Hawkins. Hawkins is a computer science and art major at Carnegie...
Investor FedEx-es A Startup Job Offer To An Unsuspecting College Student
OneLouder Plays It Cool While Slices Sweats in the Death Quadrant

Zeebox to get live in-app video feed from Sky's Got to Dance final

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BSkyB's investment in social TV startup starts to bear fruit with real-time commentarySocial TV app Zeebox will be getting a live in-app video feed during the final of Sky 1 HD's Got to Dance show when it airs on Sunday 4 March.The feed won't be the show itself, but will...
Zeebox to get live in-app video feed from Sky's Got to Dance final

5 Ways to Tell Which Programming Lanugages are Most Popular

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Are older programming languages like Java and Perl giving way to newer languages like Python and Ruby? Is HTML5/CSS3/JavaScript overtaking Flash and/or native mobile application development? Do Microsoft’s languages still have a large developer following, even as Microsoft promotes other languages as first-class citizens on platforms such as Windows...
5 Ways to Tell Which Programming Lanugages are Most Popular

Police search for missing female jogger in Conway

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Police search for missing female jogger in Conway
YouTube adds face blurring to its video editing tools
YouTube Acknowledges Political Role With New Facial Blur Feature

Google introduces face-blurring to protect protesters on YouTube

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The video-sharing site is used to broadcast protests and civil disobedience from countries all around the worldHuman rights activists and campaigners will be able to appear anonymously in videos posted to YouTube, after parent company Google introduced new face-blurring technology to the website.Google said the move was designed to help...
Google introduces face-blurring to protect protesters on YouTube

Check Out How Screwed Up The Mobile Ad Market Is For Successful Developers

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The mobile ad market today is where the web ad market was ten years ago, says Evan Conway the CEO of One Louder, which makes a number of successful mobile apps. He has half a dozen apps, a million unique users daily, and serves one billion ads per month....
Check Out How Screwed Up The Mobile Ad Market Is For Successful Developers

DEAR APPLE: I'm Leaving You

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Ed Conway is the economics editor for Sky News and the author of The Real Economy. He recently wrote a letter to Apple CEO Tim Cook explaining why he was done with the company. Ed gave us permission to reprint his letter via an email from his new Samsung. Dear...
DEAR APPLE: I'm Leaving You

This Startup Is Fixing A Major Problem With The Kindle Fire (AMZN)

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When Amazon decided to fork Android and build its own operating system, it ended up missing out on some key parts of the Android ecosystem, according to Ted Morgan, CEO of Skyhook Wireless. It didn't get the Android Market, it didn't get Google Maps, and it didn't get location...
This Startup Is Fixing A Major Problem With The Kindle Fire (AMZN)
Why 3 celebrity data scientists are willing to work for free -- for you

A Vine API may come soon as Twitter's Certified Products program expands to Japan, Brazil, India and SK

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Twitter is in the process of expanding its Certified Products program to four countries beyond the United States and the company is looking at the possibility of launching its Vine API. In a talk at the Big Boulder conference, Conway Chen, Twitter’s Director of Business Development, and Zach Hofer-Shall, Manager...
A Vine API may come soon as Twitter's Certified Products program expands to Japan, Brazil, India and SK
'Binary Tetris' source code will fit in a tweet

A Startup Car-Sharing Service Lets Auto Owners Make A Bunch Of Money

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In early January, Avis Budget acquired the car-sharing service Zipcar for $500 million, although Zipcar had made just $4.7 million in profits in the past year. That may prove to be a smart move for Avis, but after testing out a new kind of car share, we're not sure. The biggest...
A Startup Car-Sharing Service Lets Auto Owners Make A Bunch Of Money

JavaScript Tops Latest Programming Language Popularity Ranking From RedMonk

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Industry analyst firm RedMonk published today its latest quarterly programming language popularity ranking. JavaScript came out on top, followed closely by Java, PHP and Python. The rankings are based data collected from the open source project host GitHub and the programming questions and answer site StackOverflow, a measurement invented by...
JavaScript Tops Latest Programming Language Popularity Ranking From RedMonk

Who's that? YouTube gets face-blurring feature to help you disguise key figures in your videos

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The issue of privacy and anonymity is never too far away where the Internet is concerned. And with that in mind, Google has announced a new face-blurring tool for YouTube, that lets you disguise figures within videos with a few clicks. “Whether you want to share sensitive protest footage without...
Who's that? YouTube gets face-blurring feature to help you disguise key figures in your videos

RedMonk Programming Language Rankings: CoffeeScript and Java Make Gains

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Here's a tip: If you want to gain traction with developers, having a name that calls caffeine to mind may not be a bad thing. OK, that may not be why CoffeeScript and Java are making gains on GitHub and Stack Overflow according to RedMonk's February 2012 language rankings, but...
RedMonk Programming Language Rankings: CoffeeScript and Java Make Gains

Towards A More Robust And Powerful CrunchBase API

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As many of you know, TechCrunch’s startup database, CrunchBase, makes a lot of its data freely available through an easy-to-use REST API, which launched about four years ago. We make much of the data accessible, including all entity listings (companies, people, financial orgs, and products), individual profile information, and a...
Towards A More Robust And Powerful CrunchBase API

Why the Dow Doesn't Miss Apple

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The Dow set new records on Tuesday, and it did it without Apple, once considered the darling of the stock market. Brendan Conway joins Digits....
Why the Dow Doesn't Miss Apple

Software Taxes

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Software Taxes is a post from Chris Pirillo Add to iTunes | Add to YouTube | Add to Google | RSS FeedIf you didn’t already know, I live in Seattle. There’s a bill that’s currently in the Washington State Legislature that, if passed, will levy a tax on all software...
Software Taxes
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Ketup Joins the Army of Startups Taking on Craigslist

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It’s no secret that Craigslist’s user experience sucks. Yet no startup has been able to unseat the local listings giant because it has the thing sellers care about the most: liquidity. That hasn’t stopped the recent spate of sites like HipSwap, Zaarly and Krrb, as well as mobile apps like...
Ketup Joins the Army of Startups Taking on Craigslist

How A Google Engineer Built A Universe In An Easter Egg

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Google likes to hide little jokes, known as Easter eggs, in its search results. Sometimes they're all in fun: Look what happens when you search for the word "askew." But Google engineer Peter Dolan created an Easter egg around the well-known computer simulation, Conway's Game of Life. It turns out to be...
How A Google Engineer Built A Universe In An Easter Egg
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