Monthly Archives: January 2014

Net Neutrality Petition by Avaaz.org

Net Neutrality Petition by Avaaz.org This related back to my previous post: NET NEUTRALITY – SHOULD WE CARE? I’m not sure I completely approve of the bombastic title (Internet Apocalypse?) and image chosen (see above) for the petition’s page. However, it’s an important petition and Avaaz.org tends to get this done from an activism point of view. I […]

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Google Acquires Artificial Intelligence Startup DeepMind For More Than $500M

Google Search as your “cybernetic friend”…

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Google opens Pandora’s Box with virtual Lego

Originally posted on WordsByNowak:
If this blog post seems a little short today, it’s because I’m busy preparing my lawsuit against Google and Lego. It seems the two companies have poached an idea I shared nearly a year ago, wherein I proposed a 3D  tool that could allow people to construct their own virtual Lego…

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Protect Yourself From The NSA With WireOver’s Encrypted File Sharing

File-sharing for the security conscious…

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Google’s New Smart Contact Lens Is Old News For Microsoft

Google Glass is so yesterday’s news…

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Net neutrality is like a utility, except that it isn’t

Originally posted on WordsByNowak:
FedEx jets: why the internet is nothing like the postal service. Net neutrality has certainly taken a beating of late on both sides of the border. In the United States last week, a federal court effectively killed what few rules there were that prevented internet providers from discriminating between different types…

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Stephen Cave: The 4 stories we tell ourselves about death

Stephen Cave: The 4 stories we tell ourselves about death #TED : http://on.ted.com/cyin It doesn’t matter how long your story is, make it a good story.

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