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Apps: Path, Fantastical, Angry Birds, Team Coco, DataMan Pro, Asphalt 7, The Croods, deals, more

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News: The Croods: Previously announced, Rovio has today released the first official gameplay video for its upcoming iOS movie tie-in for DreamWorks’ upcoming ‘The Croods’ animated feature film hitting theatres March 22. Check out the full gameplay video above. Updates: Path version 3.0.1: Path is introducing some new features...
Apps: Path, Fantastical, Angry Birds, Team Coco, DataMan Pro, Asphalt 7, The Croods, deals, more

Flash memory breakthrough could lead to even more reliable data storage

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Although NAND flash, the storage that’s found in smartphones, tablets and many computers today, is faster than traditional platter-based hard drives, it does have its limitations as well. For starters, NAND flash storage is usually only good for about 10,000 read/write cycles before it fails. Taiwanese engineers from Macronix plan to announce at...
Flash memory breakthrough could lead to even more reliable data storage
Salesforce's Do.com teams up with Dropbox, Google Drive, & others to help your team 'do more'
Crowdtilt lets you pool money among friends

Sheryl Sandberg Launches 'Lean In' Organization As A 'Global Community' For Working Women

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This morning Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg officially launched “Lean In,” a non-profit organization aimed at creating a global community that encourages women to continue to be active and ambitious in their careers even as they start families. The launch comes less than a week before Sandberg’s highly anticipated book, Lean...
Sheryl Sandberg Launches 'Lean In' Organization As A 'Global Community' For Working Women
Facebook: Privacy Needs To Be Just As Easy To Control On Mobile As On The Web

Why Crowdtilt sent out 1,000 handwritten thank you notes [video]

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A little piece of paper can go a long way in this digital world. Just ask James Beshara, co-founder and CEO of Crowdtilt, a crowdfunding platform for small groups of friends. Beshara and his co-founder sent out handwritten notes to the first 1,000 campaign administrators on the site, thanking them...
Why Crowdtilt sent out 1,000 handwritten thank you notes [video]

Evernote adds custom reminders to its collaborative note-taking app on Android

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Exactly two weeks after launching customizable reminders on iOS, Mac and the Web, popular note-taking service Evernote is bringing its latest feature to Android. The new tool gives users the opportunity to add specific deadlines to any of their notes, removing the need for a dedicated calendar, to-do list or...
Evernote adds custom reminders to its collaborative note-taking app on Android

iPhone 5 lines cropping up across country

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With two days to go before the iPhone 5 goes on sale, Apple stores in Texas, California and Michigan see small groups of would-be buyers start to form lines. Samsung released attack ads at just the right time. [Read more]...
iPhone 5 lines cropping up across country

Internet may save endangered languages

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Vanishing languages spoken by only small groups of people around the world could be saved from extinction by social media networks and the internet....
Internet may save endangered languages

DoubleDutch: Custom geolocation apps for small groups.

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DoubleDutch: Custom geolocation apps for small groups.
Facebook: how we helped Mozilla build Messenger for Firefox

How do RSS users want to share content? Digg and Feedly try to find out

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With time ticking down until Google Reader’s demise, competing RSS services are trying to perfect products that will lure in former Reader users. Digg, which is working on a Google Reader replacement, and Feedly, whose product is already up, running and gaining popularity, both posted the results of surveys this...
How do RSS users want to share content? Digg and Feedly try to find out

This Is Your Brain On Apps: New App Crowdsources Neuroscience Experiments

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Smartphones let scientists peek beneath our skulls sans scalpels. Just in time for Brain Awareness Week, scientists at Britain's UCL have begun a new effort to carry out neuroscience experiments on an "unprecedented scale," according to the press release. By leveraging the explosion of smartphone and table technology and...
This Is Your Brain On Apps: New App Crowdsources Neuroscience Experiments
Ken Segall on Steve Jobs, meetings, and 'the religion of Simplicity'

Telepresence under fire by cheap HD video conferencing

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What’s going on? HD video conferencing is good enough for small groups and immersive telepresence has a limited market....
Telepresence under fire by cheap HD video conferencing

Innovate through experimentation

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In order to offer you the simplest and most engaging Twitter experience, we frequently test hundreds of variations of new features and designs with small groups of users. We test everything from subtle tweaks in the language of our sign-up pages and removing the search box from our homepage to...
Innovate through experimentation

Turn The Raspberry Pi Microcomputer Into A Low-Cost Laptop With This Atrix Dock Hack

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The $35/$25 Raspberry Pi microcomputer is being used by hardware hackers to power all sorts of creative projects. Including, in the above instance, a Raspberry Pi powered laptop, created by developer Eric Chou — principally by tying in the Motorola Atrix laptop dock. Which surely must be the coolest use...
Turn The Raspberry Pi Microcomputer Into A Low-Cost Laptop With This Atrix Dock Hack

Path hits the 10-million-served mark

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Private social network Path today announced that it has surpassed the ten million user mark. The company’s Twitter update reads, “10 million users and growing! We’re so excited.” Headquartered in downtown San Francisco, Path enables largely private messaging and sharing amongst small groups of family and friends in a...
Path hits the 10-million-served mark

Facebook makes Questions product available only for groups, pages

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Facebook has removed the Questions feature from users’ News Feed publisher, leaving the product only available to groups and pages, TechCrunch confirms. Questions has gone through a number of iterations, never quite catching on as the social network envisioned. It began in 2010 as a Q&A community, similar to Quora,...
Facebook makes Questions product available only for groups, pages

PR for Developers 101: How to Bootstrap Project Coverage

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One of the things that I'm often asked by developers at conferences is "how do I get coverage for my project?" I had that conversation with several people at Monktoberfest, and thought it might make for a good talk at Monki Gras. Specifically, the talk was for individual developers, small...
PR for Developers 101: How to Bootstrap Project Coverage

30 best Android apps this week

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Real Boxing, MessageMe, The Great Brain Experiment, Artkive, Doro Experience, Spacecraft 3D, Romans and moreIt's time for our weekly roundup of brand new and notable apps for Android smartphones and tablets.The selection covers apps released for the first time in the last seven days, as opposed to updates to older...
30 best Android apps this week
At Omada Health, using design and social support to fight diabetes

Newly Redesigned Cluster Makes Photo Sharing Among Small Groups Simpler, More Personal

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Despite the ubiquity of smartphones and the insane number of photos we now save and share, surprisingly, no one has yet to figure out how to shift more personal and private photo-sharing away from old school methods like SMS and email, and into a dedicated mobile application. A number of startups, however,...
Newly Redesigned Cluster Makes Photo Sharing Among Small Groups Simpler, More Personal
Asana sets out to 'organize' the enterprise

A Schrödinger cat with eight lives: quantum entanglement of eight photons

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One of the most mind-blowing areas of quantum mechanics is entanglement: two or more particles separated in space can have physical properties that are correlated. A measurement performed on one particle will tell us the result of the same measurement taken on an entangled particle. Entanglement is important but...
A Schrödinger cat with eight lives: quantum entanglement of eight photons

RIM Has Been Quietly Firing Dozens Of Employees For The Last Few Weeks (RIMM)

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RIM has been laying off employees under the radar for weeks, according to a report in the Wall Street Journal. The company has been getting rid of employees in small groups of 10 or more over the past few weeks from several departments including quality control and parts, the Journal...
RIM Has Been Quietly Firing Dozens Of Employees For The Last Few Weeks (RIMM)
The road to gender balance in tech is paved with code

'Lean In' Software Goes Corporate

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The nonprofit financed by Sheryl Sandberg to get more women in positions of power uses a novel social networking software to create small groups with a common purpose. On Tuesday, that software will be offered more broadly....
'Lean In' Software Goes Corporate

Sharing and Change in the Corporate Plot

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My post on Just-in-Time KM finished on a note that needed to be expanded. It was a post about knowledge asymmetries and secrecy in relation to the corporate plot. It’s focus was on sharing, but the same concept applies to change and outcomes based management. It’s not enough to have...
Sharing and Change in the Corporate Plot
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