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A few ideas for protecting your company against vanishing cloud services

This Is Not The Cloud Computing We Should Have

www.techdirt.com
Even though I was never a big Google Reader user, its death has got me thinking about online services quite a bit lately -- and really reminded me that we've done the cloud wrong. Rather than build true cloud computing, we've built a bunch of lockboxes. The cloud was supposed...
This Is Not The Cloud Computing We Should Have
RED puts $1,450 Redray Player up for pre-order, stakes a claim to 4K video with proprietary format and Odemax distribution platform

PS Vita Price War Is Good for Pre-Orders

www.wired.com
PS Vita Launch Purchase (image: flickr/ladyous) As we get closer to the launch of the PS Vita ($249.99) retailers start to work harder to win our business. As an early adopter it’s actually one of my favorite times in the console cycle. I can pick and choose where I put...
PS Vita Price War Is Good for Pre-Orders
Dragonfly in the Amber: How Our Data Gets Locked Away in Obsolete Technology

Google Font Directory

googlesystem.blogspot.com
If you ever need a special font for your site, try one from the Google Font Directory. Google hosts 18 fonts that are available under an open source license, including the Droid fonts. "For a long time, the web has lagged print and even other electronic media in typographic sophistication....
Google Font Directory

World Star Hip-hop: making a bankable brand out of brutality | Jason Farago

www.guardian.co.uk
World Star's owner boasts his site is 'the CNN of the ghetto'. As its violent bus-driver video shows, it does exploitation brilliantlyThe president may have come out swinging in the second presidential debate Tuesday, but on the web another pugilist is still dominating the week. Perhaps you are one of...
World Star Hip-hop: making a bankable brand out of brutality | Jason Farago

BBC not bringing iPlayer or live streaming to Windows Phone 8, blames Microsoft

www.engadget.com
Microsoft is getting brickbats from developers unenthused by its forthcoming operating system(s), and the BBC is the latest to join the chorus. When asked about bringing iPlayer to Windows Phone, the corporation's on-demand honcho, Daniel Danker, responded by saying it's not cost-or-time effective for the system -- thanks to...
BBC not bringing iPlayer or live streaming to Windows Phone 8, blames Microsoft
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