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There’s no Draw Something for Google+, but Scoot & Doodle for Hangouts fills that need

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Now that Google+ has fully unleashed its Hangouts API to developers, we’re going to start seeing more apps that use the video conferencing platform. The cooler part about the announcement from Google today is the special apps section, where the company will be showing off some of the more innovative...
There’s no Draw Something for Google+, but Scoot & Doodle for Hangouts fills that need

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Hey Clock Fans: What if you had to solve a difficult math problem in order to turn off your Alarm Clock, and the... http://bit.ly/drNNka

How You Can Make A Quick Five Bucks Online By Selling Your Weird Talent

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Are you the guy at the party cracking your friends up with celebrity impersonations? Or maybe you're amazingly good at making playlists and people are always complimenting your taste in music. Those are nifty skills to have, but not something that will let you earn a buck (unless you're SO...
How You Can Make A Quick Five Bucks Online By Selling Your Weird Talent

Spotify Is Not Like iTunes, And Can NEVER Be Profitable (AAPL)

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Spotify's asking valuation of $3.5 billion is ballpark reasonable if you compare it to Apple's iTunes on revenue and growth. But long time digital music entrepreneur Michael Robertson thinks that iTunes and Spotify are like apples and oranges, and Spotify can NEVER be profitable. "I think Spotify is a...
Spotify Is Not Like iTunes, And Can NEVER Be Profitable (AAPL)

It always comes down to math

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About a year ago, a 20-something rising star product guy at a hot startup turned to me and asked, “So are you a startup guy too?” As someone who has started several businesses but not in the Internet space, I answered, “I’m not really sure what that means to...
It always comes down to math

Why The Daily Failed, And What Rupert Murdoch Should Have Launched Instead

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The reason News Corp. has shut down The Daily, its iPad-only newspaper, is due to a simple math problem: not enough subscribers to cover the cost of production and distribution. The Daily had reportedly 100,000 subscribers at $40 per year which, by my math is only $4 million annually. The...
Why The Daily Failed, And What Rupert Murdoch Should Have Launched Instead
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The New iPad's Battery Indicator Is Full Of Lies And Deception (AAPL)

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Research from display company DisplayMate indicates that your new iPad's battery indicator is less than honest. Specifically, Dr. Raymond Soneira, president of the company, found that the iPad continues to charge for a long time after the battery indicator says it's fully charged. His tests showed that it took...
The New iPad's Battery Indicator Is Full Of Lies And Deception (AAPL)

The 21st-century textbook

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With new technologies constantly coming on-line, and with states like California, Texas, and Oregon allowing digital curriculum to replace printed curriculum, the question arises: what will textbooks look like in the coming years? Dale’s post, "A hunger for good learning," featured a fantastic video about teaching math. In a few...
The 21st-century textbook
Stumped by math at midnight? Instaedu says it'll hook you up with the right tutor anytime (exclusive)

Recruiting: 12 Questions For Uncomfortably Hands-On SEO Interviews

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I was shocked by the widespread, deeply negative reaction to the introductory paragraph of my column last month, in which I described beginning every interview with a math problem.  The response is probably best typified by EricM: Despite missing the entire point of the article (that you can use... Please...
Recruiting: 12 Questions For Uncomfortably Hands-On SEO Interviews

Man Refuses Prize After Solving World's Most Complicated Math Problem

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This guy is so AWESOMELY insane!! We LOVE it!! A reclusive genius, Dr. Grigori Perelman, famously solved one of the world's most complicated math problems, the one-hundred-year-old Poincaré conjecture, and is now refusing to accept a $1 million prize from the Clay Mathematics Institute for doing so! The 44...
Man Refuses Prize After Solving World's Most Complicated Math Problem

This Simple Khan Academy Interface Hack Improved Learning By 5%

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In a recent demo, Khan Academy showed how analytics are being used to reinvent learning--massively and online. Sal Khan's website Khan Academy applies everything from graphical modeling to "brute force empirics" and a/b testing to test tweaks that can make all the difference in students' learning. The ultimate hope...
This Simple Khan Academy Interface Hack Improved Learning By 5%
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