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The Twinkie Offense: Online Hostess Buying Market Heats Up, While Website Re-Publishes Twinkies Recipe

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Internet auctions are bringing in buyers looking for 200-percent returns, but you could be truly innovative and bake your own. Here's how. Despite the run on Twinkies after Friday's announcement that Hostess was going under, it looks like your favorite cream puff will live forever (and not in the...
The Twinkie Offense: Online Hostess Buying Market Heats Up, While Website Re-Publishes Twinkies Recipe
Tech really is the new Hollywood...in all the worst ways
Airbnb, with Wish Lists, starts selling the fantasy of travel

The F Word

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In my mind, the ones who have no fear of failure are merely the dreamers, and the dreamers don’t build great companies. –Joe Kraus, an investing partner at Google Ventures, from a story about failure in Silicon Valley by Melissa Block of All Things Considered...
The F Word

New iPhone app aims to sweeten dreams

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A mass study into manipulating dreams hopes to turn participants' iPhones into 'dream factories' using soundscapesA psychologist plans to sweeten people's dreams using their smartphones. Professor Richard Wiseman expects thousands of people to take part in an experiment in manipulating dreams.Participants will download a specially designed iPhone app that turns...
New iPhone app aims to sweeten dreams

The Truth About Google Glass

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There’s very little to be said about this viral video except that it’s a cute rendition of what will happen for maybe the first two weeks after Google Glass is launched. In fact, I suspect it will almost be impossible to get away with this stuff once Glass hits...
The Truth About Google Glass

This Is The World's First Practical Flying Car

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The idea of a flying car has fascinated dreamers and aviation geeks alike since humans first got off the ground with powered flight. The concept has obvious advantages: the "go anywhere, anytime" freedom of an automobile without any of the traffic congestion that terrestrial drivers face on a daily basis....
This Is The World's First Practical Flying Car

Internet: a web for the world | Editorial

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For now this must be a battle between philosophies. It must be a web not for the consumer, but for the citizenThe chance to construct a new society is the stuff of dreamers and proselytisers. It is centuries since every readily habitable corner of the earth was populated, and constructing...
Internet: a web for the world | Editorial

Intel's Mooly Eden: 'Voice will do to touch what touch did to keyboards'

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We've spent a big chunk of this morning talking to Intel's Mooly Eden, who showed us through the company's new perceptual computing platform. He's an effusive and passionate speaker who describes himself as one of the company's dreamers and thinks that a user interface revolution is shortly upon us....
Intel's Mooly Eden: 'Voice will do to touch what touch did to keyboards'

Pizza, After-Parties, And Start-Ups: The TC Mini Meet-Up In NYC Will Rock Your Socks!

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May is going to be a busy month here in the city. Along with Disrupt and the continuation of our highly successful Office Hours sessions, we’re also hosting an ironically massive “Mini” Meet-Up in NYC on May 8. Startups, investors, and general dreamers will have the opportunity to speak with...
Pizza, After-Parties, And Start-Ups: The TC Mini Meet-Up In NYC Will Rock Your Socks!

Don Quijote didn't ship

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  Society makes heroes out of entrepreneurs and adventurers that tilt at windmills and succeed. Napster slays the music industry! Twitter comes out of nowhere!The thing about taking on the biggest giants is that most of the time (so often as to be all of the time if you're willing...
Don Quijote didn't ship

DailyDirt: Flying With The Greatest Of Ease

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The Segway was originally billed as a revolutionary new way to travel, but after it was revealed, it didn't seem anywhere near as cool as a flying car (or hoverboard). While everyone is more concerned about gas mileage nowadays, there are still some dreamers out there working on personal flying...
DailyDirt: Flying With The Greatest Of Ease

How global ad agency UM celebrates innovation

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This sponsored post is produced by Universal McCann. On April 17, Universal McCann, a global media agency, invited members of the media and tech communities to support and celebrate the growth of entrepreneurship in the Bay Area by hosting a fundraising event for the annual UC Berkeley Startup Competition (Bplan)...
How global ad agency UM celebrates innovation
Steve Jobs's Widow Is Finally Stepping Into The National Spotlight

Inside the If I Can Dream House: 5 Aspiring Dreamers, 3 CDNs, 56 H.264 Cameras http://om.bit.ly/bH5VpZ from @newteevee

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Inside the If I Can Dream House: 5 Aspiring Dreamers, 3 CDNs, 56 H.264 Cameras http://om.bit.ly/bH5VpZ from @newteevee

Maybe You're Going to Have to Pay For Cable After All, Silicon Valley

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Cue up the righteous anger, Silicon Valley. Here comes a clueless effort by a big dumb TV channel to portray you world-changers as a bunch of vapid schemers. Even worse, it’s from a cable TV channel — the kind you crazy dreamers won’t even watch because you won’t pay to...
Maybe You're Going to Have to Pay For Cable After All, Silicon Valley

John Zorn & The Dreamers

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John Zorn & The Dreamers

New York Makes Subway Arrival Times Available to Mobile Apps

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There are plenty of apps that offer up info on New York’s popular subways. But until today, none offered exact train arrival times. New York is now serving up that information via mobile apps for seven of its lines, with plans to add more lines over time. The Metropolitan Transit...
New York Makes Subway Arrival Times Available to Mobile Apps

Microsoft hires Dr. Jeannette Wing of Carnegie Mellon and the NSF as VP of its Research division

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Today Microsoft announced that it has hired Dr. Jeannette Wing as Vice President of its Research division. Microsoft Research is an expansive group of technologists, scientists, and dreamers that build technology that may, or perhaps more often may not make it to market. This is not to say that what the...
Microsoft hires Dr. Jeannette Wing of Carnegie Mellon and the NSF as VP of its Research division

How Startups Are Key To The Economic Recovery

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Editor’s Note: This guest post is written by Justin Moore, the co-founder and CEO at Axcient, a data backup, disaster recovery and business continuity platform. Despite the promise brought by the latest round of successful IPOs and rallying public markets, the news continues to be filled with headlines around the...
How Startups Are Key To The Economic Recovery

Tin Pan Valley: The Coming Shakeout for App Makers

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They were 20-somethings emboldened by new technology. If they were shrewd, they just might get rich. These inventors and wheedlers, dreamers and hucksters, were making the all-powerful software apps of their day: popular songs, sold then as widely distributed sheet music and phonograph records. They even had something of an...
Tin Pan Valley: The Coming Shakeout for App Makers
Thank God for San Francisco's gay community
A Well of community support powers the world's oldest social networking startup
Three Mac apps to help you self publish your book

5 Lessons From OMGPOP's Huge 'Draw Something' Sale To Zynga

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The obvious lesson from Zynga's purchase of OMGPOP yesterday is that the games industry is still very much a hits-driven business. And when you're the giant in the business and a small startup like OMGPOP has a smash hit, it's easier to buy the hit than try to replicate it....
5 Lessons From OMGPOP's Huge 'Draw Something' Sale To Zynga
How Boston's Startups Band Together For Marathon Victims
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