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Report: Google considering Internet balloons to connect sub-Saharan Africa

arstechnica.com
Yesterday the Wall Street Journal reported that Google is working on a “multi-pronged effort” to build wireless networks that could connect more than a billion people in emerging markets. According to unnamed sources, the company wants to connect people outside of major cities in sub-Saharan Africa and Southeast Asia...
Report: Google considering Internet balloons to connect sub-Saharan Africa

Fiat's YouTube hit shows adverts breaking down borders online

www.guardian.co.uk
Arianna featuring Pitbull's Sexy People is perfect example of ad-promo hybrids that wouldn't be allowed on TVAs technology slowly removes the distinction between content watched on a television and content viewed on a computer screen or mobile device, it's increasingly difficult to draw an absolute distinction between programming and advertising.Strictly...
Fiat's YouTube hit shows adverts breaking down borders online
Time Warner Cable CEO says it could copy Aereo's business model in the future

Is Your iPad Keeping You Awake?

chris.pirillo.com
Is Your iPad Keeping You Awake? is a post from Chris PirilloJ.D. Moyer is a sleep-deprived native of California. He had read somewhere that strong light – including that coming from an electronic device screen – can reset your internal sleep clock. He decided to conduct an experiment based on...
Is Your iPad Keeping You Awake?
Google's balloon-based wireless networks may not be a crazy idea



A key element of the political rhetoric around SOPA/PIPA was

www.techdirt.com
A key element of the political rhetoric around SOPA/PIPA was the idea that it was about jobs, and that jobs are so critical in the current economic climate that safeguarding them overrides any other concern the Net world might have about the means being proposed to do that. But then...


A key element of the political rhetoric around SOPA/PIPA was
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