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This Is Twitter's New TV Ad Product

UFC Makes The Awful Decision To Sue Some Of Its Biggest Fans

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Having recently lost its attempt to blame Justin.tv for the fact that some of its users stream Ultimate Fighting Championship matches, UFC's parent company Zuffa is moving ahead with its strategy of going after its fans directly. This isn't entirely new. A few years ago, the company announced plans to...
UFC Makes The Awful Decision To Sue Some Of Its Biggest Fans

New Yorker's cover might be most digital ever

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The New Yorker magazine, famous for its playful, timely covers, ran one recently that captures a tiny part of our digital lives. [Read more]...
New Yorker's cover might be most digital ever
Pirates beware: Kim Dotcom's Mega isn't the safe haven he says it is

Meet The Man Now In Charge Of Siri: Bill Stasior (AAPL, AMZN, GOOG)

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Expect to hear a lot more about Bill Stasior, the executive Apple just hired away from Amazon to fix its Siri voice-recognition service. Stasior ran one of Amazon's stealthiest businesses--its A9 search and advertising unit. While A9's headquarters loom over downtown Palo Alto, Calif. and it's been hiring search and...
Meet The Man Now In Charge Of Siri: Bill Stasior (AAPL, AMZN, GOOG)

London 2012: athletes share joy and frustration in first Twitter Olympics

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From grumbles about long coach journeys to snaps of the Olympic Village, athletes are having their say like never beforeAny lingering scepticism over claims that London 2012 would prove the first proper social media Olympics was swiftly, if unwittingly, dispelled by the American hurdler Kerron Clement on Monday.Weary and, by...
London 2012: athletes share joy and frustration in first Twitter Olympics

Thiel Foundation Announces 20 New DropOuts-er/Thiel Fellows for 2012

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Last week we ran one of our most popular Pandolists yet: Teenaged Entrepreneurs (If you haven’t already taken a look at the list, you should). Two of the audience favorites were Laura “I laser off worms’ gonads” Demming, and Taylor “I developed a nuclear reactor when I was 14” Wilson. Laura...
Thiel Foundation Announces 20 New DropOuts-er/Thiel Fellows for 2012

Twitter Saves 9-Year-Old's Blog, Which Showed Questionable School Cafeteria Food, After Her Town Tried To Shut It Down

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Nine-year-old Martha Payne took pictures of her school's cafeteria food and blogged about it on Never Seconds. There, the UK elementary school student would rate the meals on a scale of one to ten. Before long, local media found the photos. It ran one of them with a headline, "Time...
Twitter Saves 9-Year-Old's Blog, Which Showed Questionable School Cafeteria Food, After Her Town Tried To Shut It Down
Van Jacobson Denies Averting Internet Meltdown in 1980s

If Not Orwell, Then Huxley: The Battle for Control of the Internet

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Our online freedoms are on the verge of being eroded in ways more subtle and insidious than Orwell -- or Apple's marketing department -- ever imagined.On Super Bowl Sunday, January 22, 1984, Apple ran one of the most famous TV advertisements of all time. It opened with a gray theater...
If Not Orwell, Then Huxley: The Battle for Control of the Internet

Facebook Goes After Their Trademark in Popular Domains

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It’s common practice, and perhaps necessary for large companies to protect their Trademark.  I’ve written before about Google going after an incorrect spelling of their own Trademark, on http://googleappsengine.com, because it resembles one of their products.  Twitter is known to also go after domains with not only “Twitter” in the...
Facebook Goes After Their Trademark in Popular Domains
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