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Kickstarter lays down the law: "We're not a store"
Venmo opens its P2P mobile payment service to the public

How to remove all your old Facebook wall posts, public or private, from your Timeline

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Facebook today received a huge backlash as millions of users saw what they believe to be their private messages from 2009 and earlier show up on their Facebook Timeline for all their friends to see. While Facebook is denying these allegations, saying that every report it has checked just shows...
How to remove all your old Facebook wall posts, public or private, from your Timeline

From Cronkite to Couric: Internet Archive gets $1 million to expand TV news collection

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The 20th century’s printed output is available in digital format, but that’s not the case for television — decades worth of TV broadcasts, which represent a rich news and cultural heritage, are instead locked up and unavailable. The Internet Archive has been trying to change that. Starting in September, the...
From Cronkite to Couric: Internet Archive gets $1 million to expand TV news collection

Will New WTC Deal Provide Enough New Office Space?

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Last week, the Port Authority and World Trade Center leaseholder Larry Silverstein struck a deal to jumpstart (again!) rebuilding at Ground Zero. The plan, which involves financing from the Port Authority, city and state as well as a promise from Silverstein to find private investment, was hailed as a...
Will New WTC Deal Provide Enough New Office Space?

FCC forwards plans for a shared small-cell band

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It was a busy day for the Federal Communications Commission. It got through two big items: approving Dish Network’s request to use its satellite spectrum for 4G and authorizing an auction of PCS spectrum that Sprint craves for its own LTE network. But after the dust cleared it took another...
FCC forwards plans for a shared small-cell band

Mobile Sharing App Quilt Launches With Backing From Facebook Co-Founder Andrew McCollum

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As the social world evolves, users are increasingly seeking new ways to share moments with friends and family that don’t involve uploading content that everyone in their social networks can see. Rather than post things to Facebook or Twitter, more social applications like Path are popping up that limit the...
Mobile Sharing App Quilt Launches With Backing From Facebook Co-Founder Andrew McCollum

Journalists, look out: Tableau Public projects will soon be ... even more public

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Tableau Software charges for its premium software and technologies to visualize data in interactive charts, with security protections for confidential information. Tableau Public is meant to be different. As its name implies, the free service from Tableau is designed to be used with public data. It’s popular among journalists,...
Journalists, look out: Tableau Public projects will soon be ... even more public

Facebook introduces interests lists to organize News Feed by topics

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Facebook today announced that users will be able to group pages and public figures into “interest lists” so that they can filter their News Feed by topic. We spotted this feature last week and suggested it would be another challenge to Twitter, which offers a similar list capability. Facebook users have...
Facebook introduces interests lists to organize News Feed by topics

Conversation starter Branch opens to the public

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Branch, the communications service that has won the backing of two Twitter founders, is now exiting private beta as it looks to become a hub for online interaction. Last month, I profiled the company and its young Princeton drop-out founder Josh Miller, who explained that Branch was trying to be...
Conversation starter Branch opens to the public
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