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Geek Love: Send Your Valentine A Heart Equation With Desmos (Now In HTML5!)

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Back in May, a startup named Desmos launched at TechCrunch Disrupt NYC with the hope of addressing the fragmentation inherent to education by way of platform-agnostic software that allows users to build and share their own rich educational content. In application, this meant that, like Inkling, Kno, Apple and more...
Geek Love: Send Your Valentine A Heart Equation With Desmos (Now In HTML5!)

Review: Feature-rich Fantasy Grounds II meets your virtual tabletop gaming needs

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Fantasy Grounds II takes a different approach to virtual tabletop gaming. Most suites made to run-pen-and-paper RPGs over the internet focus on the shared whiteboard model, where the GM and players use an interactive map to move characters, NPCs, and objects around as the story or player decisions dictate....
Review: Feature-rich Fantasy Grounds II meets your virtual tabletop gaming needs

Stephen Emmott: overpopulation is at the root of all the planet's troubles

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Science has not shouted out about unchecked human expansion. Now, one professor will proclaim its dangers on stageStephen Emmott is a professor of computing at Oxford University and head of Microsoft's Computational Science Laboratory in Cambridge. His lab is devoted to finding new techniques and ideas for solving key scientific...
Stephen Emmott: overpopulation is at the root of all the planet's troubles

Whiteboard Friday - SEO-Friendly Real Time Content

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Posted by great scott!Real-time search is all the rage right now, but how can you turn your real-time content into SEO-Friendly material for your sites?  All of those tweets, chats, feebs (that's short for facebook status updates--let's make it happen, people), etc. add up to a lot of content...unique content...
Whiteboard Friday - SEO-Friendly Real Time Content

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Back To School: 5 Evernote Tips for Students

Appature's Kabir Shahani: 'Your idea doesn't really matter ... it's the value your idea creates'

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Appature’s Kabir Shahani with Jeff Dickey of NextCast Kabir Shahani and his team at Appature want to help marketers create intensely personal customer experiences. How are they going to do it? By leveraging the incredible opportunities the current technology space is affording them, aggregating massive amounts of data, and always...
Appature's Kabir Shahani: 'Your idea doesn't really matter ... it's the value your idea creates'

Michael Gove overlooks engineering at his peril

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Gove's curriculum review dilutes DT, but he must change this. It is pupils' only opportunity to find out about engineering, says James DysonToday, a deadline dawns on the chance for educational - and engineering - revolution. Michael Gove's vision of an academically rigorous curriculum is right. Our skills gap cannot...
Michael Gove overlooks engineering at his peril

Microsoft patents long-distance virtual handshakes, hugs

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It can be tough to stay connected over long distances. Yes, there’s phone calls, texting, Facebook, Twitter, IM, video chatting and everything else. But what if you could give virtual hugs to each other using battery-powered, Internet-enabled pillows? Credit: Carnegie Mellon research paper, 2003. Microsoft just patented that … and...
Microsoft patents long-distance virtual handshakes, hugs
iPhone & Android App Design: Developers Cheat Sheet [Infographic]

Cartoon: Affection of Displays

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The outrage a few weeks ago over the Etch A Sketch scandal (what to call it? "Shake-and-gate"?) was bad news for Republican front-runner Mitt Romney. But it was good news for one of my favorite toys of all time: Etch A Sketch is apparently having a big resurgence. Which brings...
Cartoon: Affection of Displays

How to get the most out of your SEO

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Posted by willcritchlowThe good news is that tomorrow (Wednesday 24th Feb), at 8.30am PST (11.30am EST / 4.30pm GMT), I am going to be joined on the next Distilled conference call by Richard Baxter as we discuss "how to get the most from your SEO". The even better news is...
How to get the most out of your SEO

Forget touchscreens: paint a computer interface anywhere with WorldKit

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Ubiquitous, gesture-controlled interfaces are one step closer to reality, thanks to a new system developed at Carnegie Mellon University. WorldKit lets you create interactive apps on any surface just by waving your hand. The project was announced by the university on Thursday. Instead of being tethered to your hardware, WorldKit...
Forget touchscreens: paint a computer interface anywhere with WorldKit

Self-sketching whiteboard unveiled

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Microsoft is to show off SketchInsight - a prototype touchscreen which interprets users' drawings and turns them into interactive graphics....
Self-sketching whiteboard unveiled

Marissa Mayer's First 30 Days

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On my last visit to Yahoo at the end of July, it was as if a dark cloud had been lifted. Employees enthuastically lined up to enter the cafeteria in the first week of “Free Lunch”. URL’s, Yahoo’s main cafeteria, was more packed than a typical Tuesday. Many expressed how...
Marissa Mayer's First 30 Days

Indie Kinect Game Turns Your Doodles Into Weapons Of War

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Soldiers are advancing, and the only way to stop them is to by doodling on a whiteboard....
Indie Kinect Game Turns Your Doodles Into Weapons Of War

Everything We Know About The Ad Plan That's 'Plastered Over Every Single Whiteboard In Twitter HQ'

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At the end of January, we told you that Twitter plans to launch its own Ads API -- an "application protocol interface" that would allow advertisers to run ads on Twitter automatically, at will -- sometime this quarter. Details are leaking out about how the API will work, and what...
Everything We Know About The Ad Plan That's 'Plastered Over Every Single Whiteboard In Twitter HQ'

Why This Programmer Didn't Get His Dream Job At Google

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Interviewing at Google bucked Wes Bos' pre-conceived notions of what an ideal candidate is. The web developer thought Google wanted someone with a degree in computer science and only hires guys who can program in many languages. But to his surprise, Google showed interest in him. On his blog,...
Why This Programmer Didn't Get His Dream Job At Google

Fake meat: is science fiction on the verge of becoming fact?

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The race to make fake meat just got interesting. Two scientists on opposite sides of the world both claim to be on the verge of serving up the first lab-grown hamburger – and saving the planet in the process. The new reality is so close, you can almost taste itAs...
Fake meat: is science fiction on the verge of becoming fact?

Whiteboard Friday - Leveraging Syndicated Content Effectively

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Posted by great scott!You see an amazing story somewhere in the vastness of  the web and you think to yourself: "Man, that would be perfect for my readers! It'd get great traffic and my customers/advertisers would love it!" Now, how do you syndicate that content on your site (fairly and...
Whiteboard Friday - Leveraging Syndicated Content Effectively

News(paper) in the cloud

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I think it’s possible today to run a news organization — up to the point of publishing — from the cloud, changing not only the production process of news but also its culture. John Paton, CEO of Journal Register, is about to prove it with his Ben Franklin Project. John...
News(paper) in the cloud

Microsoft Has A Creepy Patent That Lets You Hug Someone Over The Internet Using A Robotic Pillow (MSFT)

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If you can't be with all your loved ones this holiday season, you soon may be able to send them a hug or a hearty handshake over the Internet. And we're not talking about a text-based emoticon. We're talking a bona-fide squeeze-and-be-squeezed-back hug. The technology requires using battery powered pillows...
Microsoft Has A Creepy Patent That Lets You Hug Someone Over The Internet Using A Robotic Pillow (MSFT)

Announcing MBA Mondays Live

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I promised to do this a while back but I've been slow in making it happen. MBA Mondays Live is finally happening. The first class will be on Monday April 16th in the USV Event Space from 6pm to 7pm. The topic will be Employee Equity. This will be a...
Announcing MBA Mondays Live
Educreations Grabs $2.2M From Accel, NewSchools To Turn Your iPad Into Your Classroom

ShopRunner Buys Shopsanity to Help Retailers Take on Amazon

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You might need a whiteboard for this one. So GSI Commerce sold to eBay for $2.4 billion. There were three companies within GSI that the founder Michael Rubin wanted to spin out and keep for himself: Sporting goods vertical Fanatics, private sale site Rue La La and ShopRunner, a coalition...
ShopRunner Buys Shopsanity to Help Retailers Take on Amazon

Looking for the Next Big Idea? Unleash the Beast!

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So you want to be the next big shot entrepreneur to come up with an idea that will change the world, but can't seem to come up with that golden ticket of an idea? Well perhaps you need to look no further than the world of art for inspiration. While...
Looking for the Next Big Idea? Unleash the Beast!

Novell bets on Google Wave to replace its struggling GroupWise platform

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Collaboration freaks that prefer Google Wave to Gmail and Sharepoint to Outlook Express will have yet another collaboration platform to poke and prod in the near future. As part of the March 21st kickoff of its Brainshare Conference, Novell is expected to debut its new Pulse collaboration platform which...
Novell bets on Google Wave to replace its struggling GroupWise platform

I just attached a bit to this barcode. (The Whiteboard of Awesomeness) http://bit.ly/bnN71i

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I just attached a bit to this barcode. (The Whiteboard of Awesomeness) http://bit.ly/bnN71i

Napster: the day the music was set free

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The digital music revolution started with Napster - the file-sharing service dreamt up by two teenagers in 1999. As a new film tells Napster's story, Tom Lamont recalls the incredible sense of liberation he felt as a young music fan, one of millions happily plundering the world's record collections...In the...
Napster: the day the music was set free

Lean Startup Machine Launches Validation Board, A Free Tool to Vet Your Startup Idea

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Sometime around hearing the umpteenth pitch for a location-aware, mobile, social events recommendation tool, one starts to wonder if the founders ever really questioned their basic assumption: that anyone would download yet another one of those apps when none of their friends are on it. Lean Startup Machine CEO Trevor...
Lean Startup Machine Launches Validation Board, A Free Tool to Vet Your Startup Idea
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