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Yammer CEO David Sacks: Here's How I Avoided Getting Crushed By Salesforce.com (CRM, MSFT)
Honest Mistake: Order A TV From Amazon, Receive An Illegal Assault Rifle

WATCH: A Super Early Interview With A Barefoot, Beer Drinking Mark Zuckerberg

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In 2005, shortly after Facebook was founded, Mark Zuckerberg was interviewed in his startup's first Palo Alto office. The interview was 40 minutes long. It was shot by Ray Hafner and Derek Franzese for a documentary, "Now Entering." Facebook had just hit 3 million users and bought a keg to celebrate....
WATCH: A Super Early Interview With A Barefoot, Beer Drinking Mark Zuckerberg

Google VP Neal Mohan: Don’t Call Us A Walled Garden

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Neal Mohan, Google’s Vice President of Display Advertising, took the stage at Federated Media’s Signal event this morning in San Francisco, and the first few minutes were pretty awkward. Google has been tangled up in some big controversies recently, and interviewer John Battelle started off by grilling Mohan about them....
Google VP Neal Mohan: Don’t Call Us A Walled Garden

Where's Steve Wozniak? He's doing his regular waiting-in-line thing

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Sure it's marketing, but it's also a nice little ritual. Speaking to an interviewer from What's Trending, Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak acknowledged he doesn't have to wait in line for his new iPad, but said he'd "rather be genuine, like the real people". They're the ones you can see...
Where's Steve Wozniak? He's doing his regular waiting-in-line thing
Designer Yves Behar: Wearable devices are the hardest to design
Samsung Chief Product Officer talks patent wars and rectangles

How to ask Tim Cook questions

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At last week’s D11 conference, Tim Cook spoke and was asked a bunch of questions by Walt Mossberg, Kara Swisher and some members of the audience. He said some interesting things, if you were listening (he even made a staffing announcement) and we covered some of that stuff. But he...
How to ask Tim Cook questions

Charlie Rose interviews 'Bill Gates 2.0' on 60 Minutes: the man after Microsoft

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Last night's 60 Minutes gave a solid block of screen time to Microsoft founder Bill Gates, with a focus on his efforts to tackle preventable diseases through the Gates Foundation. The show looked at how the Foundation is using the ethos of a technology company to meet humanitarian challenges,...
Charlie Rose interviews 'Bill Gates 2.0' on 60 Minutes: the man after Microsoft

Google CEO Larry Page says Steve Jobs’ fury over Android was just to rally troops

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In a recent interview with Bloomberg Businessweek Chief Executive Officer of Google Larry Page talked at length about his new role as CEO and his plans for the future of Android, Motorola, and the rest of the company. Much the interview revolved around Android and Google’s relationship with other companies,...
Google CEO Larry Page says Steve Jobs’ fury over Android was just to rally troops
Techies Gather For a Real-Life Branch with Ev Williams and Jonah Peretti

Microsoft Fancies Itself a Content Producer, Again

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Microsoft is once again looking at being a content creator. It’s a path that the company has trotted down in the past several times, usually to eventually retreat. The company has dabbled in content creation on and off in its MSN business and now has a 125-person studio in Santa...
Microsoft Fancies Itself a Content Producer, Again

How Lee Ryan's horsing around deprived the court of a comedy mistrial

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Blue singer Lee Ryan was all excited about being in court, so why did the judge ask him to stand down from a jury?Lost in Showbiz has always had a soft spot for Blue singer Lee Ryan, ever since he reacted to the 9/11 attacks by inquiring of an interviewer:...
How Lee Ryan's horsing around deprived the court of a comedy mistrial

Why HR Should Consider Asking Oddball Interview Questions

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Ask a job seeker what his or her weaknesses are and chances are they will say they work too hard. Ask that same candidate what they would do if they won $20 million in the lottery and you're not likely to get a canned or polished answer. While oddball questions may seem...
Why HR Should Consider Asking Oddball Interview Questions

Watch Reddit's Biggest Troll Defend Himself

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Michael Brutsch, a 49-year-old man who posted on Reddit under the name Violentacrez until Gawker's Adrian Chen outed him, went on Anderson Cooper 360 to defend himself on camera for the first time. Brutsch's Reddit persona became famous for creating offensive subreddits, most notably r/jailbait. It was Brutsch's masterwork,...
Watch Reddit's Biggest Troll Defend Himself

Sony VP teases 'a big secret' announcement for E3 or earlier, calls out PlayStation brand

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Sony's been mum on any new PlayStation (read: PlayStation 4) news since ... well, ever (okay, there is that one exception). But Sony Electronics VP of Home Entertainment Hiroshi Sakamoto may be the first to break that silence. He told Emol (translated by Engadget Spanish) in response to a...
Sony VP teases 'a big secret' announcement for E3 or earlier, calls out PlayStation brand
Recursion or while loops: Which is better?

Nokia CEO Elop throws iPhone on live TV

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After dodging questions about the Lumia 928, Nokia's CEO grabs the interviewer's iPhone and tosses it to the ground. [Read more]...
Nokia CEO Elop throws iPhone on live TV

What the iPhone wrought

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To celebrate the device's fifth birthday, John Gruber puts his finger on what it disrupted FORTUNE -- Clay Christensen, the father of disruption theory, was famously wrong about Apple's (AAPL) iPhone, telling an interviewer five years ago that the probability of its success was "limited." "Being a low-end guy," Larissa...
What the iPhone wrought
President Obama to take to Google Hangouts again, starting a new tradition

Students: how to be boss-friendly online

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Is your Facebook full of dodgy photos? Is your Twitter feed a list of drunken ramblings? Let a digital expert help you clean up your profile - and give your job prospects a boostHave you been getting warnings from your university to clean up your online profile? Perhaps you've been...
Students: how to be boss-friendly online

WATCH LIVE: TaskRabbit, Lot18 And Lifebooker At STARTUP 2012

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Join us live at Startup 2012 live streaming from New York. Coming up.... 9:35am What's More Important: Users Or Money? The Silicon Valley cliche is to scale first, monetize later. And Chicago was recently dissed by a CA writer for being too "pragmatic" about making money. But profits DO matter....
WATCH LIVE: TaskRabbit, Lot18 And Lifebooker At STARTUP 2012

US gov agencies & colleges are now demanding access to Facebook accounts

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According to a report by MSNBC, US government agencies and colleges are now demanding access to applicants’ Facebook accounts — through friending and/or actual password requests. No longer can users hide behind Facebook’s privacy options, because if you want a job or a college degree, you have to give up...
US gov agencies & colleges are now demanding access to Facebook accounts

Mark Zuckerberg Never Imagined Facebook Would Become A Big Company

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Jose Antonio Vargas interviewed Mark Zuckerberg two years ago for a profile in the New Yorker. Zuckerberg told him about his first trip to Silicon Valley when he was 19. It was over college winter break in January 2004. "I remember flying in, driving down 101 in a cab, and...
Mark Zuckerberg Never Imagined Facebook Would Become A Big Company
Thompson needs to go as Yahoo’s CEO
New Android chief speaks out on the eve of Google I/O
LinkedIn Exec: Mobile 'Gives You A Chance To Reinvent Yourself' (LNKD)

David Sacks Says He Has No Plans To Leave Microsoft, Endorses Marissa Mayer's Work-From-Home Ban

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Yammer founder David Sacks just left the stage at the Launch conference in San Francisco, where he talked in general terms about his future at Microsoft. He also weighed in on some hot tech topics including Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer’s new ban on working from home. As someone with a...
David Sacks Says He Has No Plans To Leave Microsoft, Endorses Marissa Mayer's Work-From-Home Ban

Lenovo debunks RIM deal rumors, says CFO was just chatting

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Lenovo turned a few heads last week when its CFO mentioned RIM as a possible acquisition target or partner, and with many eyes peering in its direction, the company's felt the need to clarify its relationship with the BlackBerry maker. An English-language statement -- courtesy of The Next Web...
Lenovo debunks RIM deal rumors, says CFO was just chatting

Spotify Founder Leaves Us Looking to MOG, Napster & Others

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Everybody piled into the ballroom today at the Austin Convention Center to hear Spotify CEO Daniel Ek give the final keynote interview of SXSWI of 2010 fully expecting to be blown away with the release of the peer-to-peer music player. Instead, we got somewhat evasive and allusive answers on when...
Spotify Founder Leaves Us Looking to MOG, Napster & Others
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