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Why Facebook Needs Trending Links

techcrunch.com
Facebook is not working on an RSS product, we hear, but it still has a huge and truly social opportunity in news discovery. Facebook could turn what links we share with friends into an automatic Digg for the world. Over a billion people are on Facebook, and many share links...
Why Facebook Needs Trending Links
Jimmy Wales, Mary Gardiner address Wikipedia's gender gap at Wikimania conference
eBay redesigns its logo after decade and a half of overlapping colors

Watch out, big CDNs: OnApp and its federation are coming for your resellers

gigaom.com
OnApp is quietly amassing extensive cloud resources around the world, and without having to build out its own infrastructure. OnApp’s game involves federating the resources of hosting providers and telcos who want to get into the cloud, and right now it’s making a particular push on the content delivery network...
Watch out, big CDNs: OnApp and its federation are coming for your resellers

A day at the Raspberry Jamboree: microcomputing and hardware hacking

www.guardian.co.uk
A Guardian developer takes a look at the microcomputer that's taking the world by stormI attended the world's first Raspberry Jamboree on Saturday - a large gathering of teachers, techies and children of all ages who share a passion for the Raspberry Pi. I was there to teach Python. I...
A day at the Raspberry Jamboree: microcomputing and hardware hacking
Philadelphia Sets Sights On Becoming America's Next Big Tech Town

From Headhunter to Startup Founder: One Woman’s Journey

thenextweb.com
If there’s one thing the diverse community of tech startups has in common, it’s that their founders have very little in common. Not that long ago, it was the engineers, coders and developers who were behind many of the most successful startups in Silicon Valley, Silicon Alley and elsewhere. But...
From Headhunter to Startup Founder: One Woman’s Journey

Space out this weekend with our favorite Sci-Fi periodicals and podcasts

arstechnica.com
As a science fiction enthusiast, reading is one of my favorite weekend activities. I especially enjoy short fiction, stories that I can consume in a single sitting without having to make a major time commitment. I rely on a number of excellent science fiction magazines to keep me stocked...
Space out this weekend with our favorite Sci-Fi periodicals and podcasts

Reporting From RSA 2010: Identity, Health Care, and a Higher Realm of Credentials

www.readwriteweb.com
This week we are reporting from RSA, the security conference in San Francisco. We've seen hackers, threats, and industry leaders roaming these halls - and among these we found leaders of the identity community, people who are thought leaders focused on creating a safe Internet for all individuals. This includes...
Reporting From RSA 2010: Identity, Health Care, and a Higher Realm of Credentials
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