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Box CEO Aaron Levie On Finding Mentors & Mixing Enterprise/Consumer Cultures [Video]

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Last Wednesday, ReadWrite Editor-in-in-Chief Dan Lyons sat down with 27-year-old Box CEO Aaron Levie to discuss the complex market of enterprise cloud technology in the third ReadWrite Mix event in San Francisco. (See also Box CEO Aaron Levie On The Uncertain Landscape Of Enterprise Software [Video]) In the one-hour sit-down, Lyons and Levie covered surprisingly diverse...
Box CEO Aaron Levie On Finding Mentors & Mixing Enterprise/Consumer Cultures [Video]
Samsung's president says company will shed its 'copycat' image - but he still uses Apple products at home

The myth of Inbox Zero and the path to peace of mind

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Over the past year-and-a-half while developing Handle, our entire company was in a race to zero. Inbox zero, to be precise. We set out to create a product that would allow us to leave work with zero emails in our inboxes and, so the thinking went, would lead to lives of...
The myth of Inbox Zero and the path to peace of mind
Digital Content: Evernote Already Organizes Your Personal Life, Now It's Coming to Work

Riskalyze Helps you Make Decisions Based on Your Risk Fingerprint

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My head starts to spin every time I see a line graph. I have to decipher which company is being referred to by four capitalized letters and what all those percentages detailing how the stock is faring on a certain market mean, and then switch tabs to catch up on...
Riskalyze Helps you Make Decisions Based on Your Risk Fingerprint

If You Meet A Censor, Ask Why They Haven't Become Moral Degenerates Themselves

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Last year, we wrote about one of China's chief censors, the creator of the Great Firewall of China, who did an interview where he talked about how important censorship was to protect people -- while also noting that he, himself, had five VPN accounts to get around the Great Firewall......
If You Meet A Censor, Ask Why They Haven't Become Moral Degenerates Themselves

'When Steve Jobs Died, It Was The Saddest Day Of My Life' (AAPL)

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Apple CEO Tim Cook mourned Steve Jobs, his boss and mentor. And the depth of his grief caught him by surprise. "It was one of the saddest days of my life when he passed away," he told AllThingsD's Kara Swisher and Walt Mossberg. "Maybe as much as you should see...
'When Steve Jobs Died, It Was The Saddest Day Of My Life' (AAPL)

Insights On The Sex Industry From Porn Star Victoria Rae Black

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Porn star and former Playboy model Victoria Rae Black shared some smart comments on sex and the sex industry in a Reddit Ask Me Anything.  Here's what she had to say about how she separates work from real life:  "On-camera or casual sex is NOT the same or as meaningful as...
Insights On The Sex Industry From Porn Star Victoria Rae Black

[Infographic] The Rise and Fall of Megaupload

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We're not even two weeks into the aftermath of the Megaupload shutdown, but the saga seems to unfold with a new angle or detail everyday. From Kim Dotcom's colorful personal life to questions about the fate of non-infringing data uploaded by former Megaupload users, this story is far from over....
[Infographic] The Rise and Fall of Megaupload
Let's admit it... Steve Jobs was lucky

When Your Boss DOES Have the Right to Your Facebook Password

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The kerfuffle over employers asking for the passwords to workers' and candidates' private social media accounts just won't go away. While it's not clear exactly how widespread this practice is, lawmakers around the country are already drafting bills that would outlaw requiring facebook logins. Many people clearly find the very...
When Your Boss DOES Have the Right to Your Facebook Password

The end of balance: Work life calibration

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According to the numerous books, blogs, and webinars on personal productivity, work/life balance is the magical Zen that is the key to a satisfying life. Countless productivity experts pound their fists while preaching the virtues of their favorite rules for achieving this bliss: Don’t ever work weekends! Don’t work past...
The end of balance: Work life calibration

Samsung Just Made A Brilliant Move To Steal Business From Apple

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Earlier this week, Samsung announced its latest way to win business from Apple: a technology called Samsung Knox. Knox is a new feature that is part of Samsung's SAFE program (which stands for Samsung For Enterprises). It lets you divide your phone into two halves, one side for work and one...
Samsung Just Made A Brilliant Move To Steal Business From Apple
Cellrox treats employee Multiple Phone Personality Disorder
The Most Important Lesson Tim Cook Learned From Steve Jobs: “Focus Is Key”

Tomfoolery raises $1.7m from Morado Ventures and others to develop mobile-first apps for the enterprise

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Tomfoolery, a service looking to develop consumer quality, mobile-first software for the enterprise, has just raised $1.7 million in seed funding. With this investment, the company says it will spend the capital on hiring more people and will use it to focus on developing its product. Morado Ventures led the...
Tomfoolery raises $1.7m from Morado Ventures and others to develop mobile-first apps for the enterprise

How Twitter is putting an end to our private lives

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The ridicule of an actor, a marriage split and a couple's sex life have been shared on social media. Should they have been?One of the most unnerving sentences I read last week was a brief question posed by someone I didn't know, about someone I didn't know: although by the...
How Twitter is putting an end to our private lives

The Technological Innovations That Connect Breakdancing, Hip Hop, and Video Games

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On the opening weekend of The Art of Video Games at the Smithsonian American Art Museum, my boyfriend and I lounged in the museum's courtyard listening to the musical duo 8-Bit Weapon. They were playing chip music -- a style that sounds like robotic electronic music. I was surprised when a...
The Technological Innovations That Connect Breakdancing, Hip Hop, and Video Games

From Angry Birds to Draw Something: how gamification can work for you

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The principles of gaming can change behaviour and boost engagement with your charityI've used the same wallet for many years. This weekend it finally gave up, so I sifted through it, editing what to pass over to its replacement. Several loyalty cards, an out-of-date cinema ticket, a long forgotten gift...
From Angry Birds to Draw Something: how gamification can work for you
Elon Musk's SolarCity debut follows his pattern: Hard fought, but ended the day up dramatically

Path Uploads Your iPhone’s Address Book To Their Servers Without A Peep

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What started as a bit of aimless tinkering for developer Arun Thampi ultimately unearthed something very surprising about personal life-sharing service Path. As a fan of the app, Thampi took it upon himself to look at the API calls that the app made to Path’s service and found that his...
Path Uploads Your iPhone’s Address Book To Their Servers Without A Peep

April 14, 1996: JenniCam Starts Lifecasting

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A college student starts webcasting her personal life, as viewed from a webcam in her dorm room. It's a sensation....
April 14, 1996: JenniCam Starts Lifecasting
Samsung advertises its Work/Life balance Galaxy line to those searching for Blackberry10 info

Former TechCrunch CEO Heather Harde: I Don't Believe The Allegations Of Abuse Against Arrington

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Last week, one of TechCrunch founder Michael Arrington's former girlfriends posted a nearly incohorent status update to Facebook, seeming to accuse him of rape and physical abuse. Gawker noticed and published a story. Later Gawker published another which quoted unnamed sources accusing Arrington of physically abusing another of his former...
Former TechCrunch CEO Heather Harde: I Don't Believe The Allegations Of Abuse Against Arrington
Clayton Christensen Talks Venture Capital, Crowd Funding, And How To Measure Your Life

Google Takeout introduces transfer tool for Google+ circles, merges your work and personal life

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Those who extol the virtues of keeping one's personal and professional life separate probably never had to juggle two Google+ accounts. Folks saddled with a Google+ profile for both their personal Gmail account and their organization's Google Apps account can now migrate circles, blocks and other information from one...
Google Takeout introduces transfer tool for Google+ circles, merges your work and personal life

HTC Focuses on Being Picture Perfect

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After making calls, taking photos is the most popular thing to do on a mobile phone. So wouldn’t optimizing phones for picture-taking seem like a good way to stand out in a sea of identical phones? Reuters The new HTC One, launched at the Mobile World Congress. That’s the thinking...
HTC Focuses on Being Picture Perfect

Teen Sues Mom for Hacking his Facebook

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Teen Sues Mom for Hacking his Facebook is a post from Chris PirilloA 16-year-old boy from Arkansas has filed suit against his own mother for breaking into his Facebook account and embarrassing him on his profile page. Denise New hacked her way into his account last month to “check on”...
Teen Sues Mom for Hacking his Facebook
Path CEO Dave Morin On Building A "Personal" Social Network For Mobile Devices

Man Devotes Three Years to Sabotaging Company Servers with Spray Cleaner

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Bang, and your computers are fried! (Photo: Wikipedia) Everyone feels a little under-appreciated at work every now and then. However, it’s highly unlikely you’ve ever taken your vengeance with so much patience and steely-eyed determination as accounts controller Edward Sobolewski. The Telegraph reports that Mr. Sobolewski spent three years vandalizing the servers of his employer, the...
Man Devotes Three Years to Sabotaging Company Servers with Spray Cleaner
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