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The Paradox of Twitter

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Katie Heaney at BuzzFeed has written a funny (in the good sense) piece called "11 Ways You're Annoying on Twitter." Maybe the most predictable of the 11 ways to annoy people is "Tweet about food." Indeed, few things so fill me with ambivalence about following someone on Twitter as when...
The Paradox of Twitter

CloudFlare CEO Matthew Prince On Beating Disrupt Battlefield Nerves And Avoiding Site Meltdowns

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CloudFlare launched almost exactly two years ago at the first TechCrunch Disrupt in San Francisco. It was an incredible experience for us, and we owe a significant amount of our success to the stage Disrupt provided us. Since then, we’ve rolled out 23 data centers (one per month since launch),...
CloudFlare CEO Matthew Prince On Beating Disrupt Battlefield Nerves And Avoiding Site Meltdowns
A Dating Startup Is Giving Bored Couples A Way To Live Vicariously Through Their Single Friends

Google Maps brings you to Everest, Kilimanjaro with all your toes intact

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Living vicariously just got a bit more exciting. Google Maps had added some of the most famous (and highest) mountains in the world to Street View. The list includes Aconcagua, Kilimanjaro, Mount Elbrus and Everest Base Camp -- four members of the Seven Summits, letting you explore some of...
Google Maps brings you to Everest, Kilimanjaro with all your toes intact

Sony ships Xperia advance to the US, offers unlocked ruggedness for $300 or less

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Americans who likes the Sony Xperia go's approach to lifeproof smartphone design won't have to live vicariously through their overseas friends anymore. Keeping up its recent habit of selling unlocked versions of niche devices, Sony is selling the toughened smartphone in the US as the Xperia advance. The 3.5-inch...
Sony ships Xperia advance to the US, offers unlocked ruggedness for $300 or less

Tesla delivers first Model S a little early, EVs take a big step forward

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Tesla had originally pegged the Model S' first delivery for June 22nd. At least one owner, though, is getting an early treat: one of venture capital firm Draper Fisher Jurvetson's namesake managing directors, Steve Jurvetson, just picked up his red-hued EV sedan in the San Francisco Bay Area. He...
Tesla delivers first Model S a little early, EVs take a big step forward

Pioneer's Cyber Navi units crowdsource traffic photos, watch for crosswalks (video)

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Pioneer's nicer Cyber Navi GPS units already revolve heavily around cameras that dish out augmented reality. That clearly wasn't enough for the company, though, as its new tilt-screen AVIC-VH0009 and fixed-screen AVIC-ZH0009 models wring even more value out of that front sensor. Their new Smart Loop feature automatically snaps...
Pioneer's Cyber Navi units crowdsource traffic photos, watch for crosswalks (video)
Google Finally Shows Off Google Glass UI, Announces #ifihadglass Purchase Campaign

What is it like to become Verified on Twitter? This video explains how it works

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Let’s be honest – while we may not want to admit it, somewhere deep inside, we all want that little blue ‘Verified’ checkmark on our Twitter accounts. Most of us will probably never get it, but we can at least live the dream vicariously through entrepreneur Anil Dash. Dash recently...
What is it like to become Verified on Twitter? This video explains how it works

Relive VentureBeat's Mobile Summit in pictures

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July 9-10, 2013 San Francisco, CA Early Bird Tickets on Sale If you couldn’t make it to this year’s Mobile Summit, you can at least live through the experience vicariously through the photos below. (And there’s always our upcoming MobileBeat conference.) Just like our past two Mobile Summits, this...
Relive VentureBeat's Mobile Summit in pictures
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