Friday, December 16, 2011

Facebook Has Opened A New Chapter In Its History

Friday, December 16, 2011
The big winner in Zynga's IPO, the largest by an Internet company since Google went public, isn't the shareholders or the employees or even the executives. It's Facebook.
Zynga IPO Disappoints
Vote On Internet Censorship Bill Delayed
Verizon Secures Deal With Huge Cable Company
The Year's Best Phone?
Harald Haas: Best of TEDTalks 2011, # 7: Wireless Data From Every Lightbulb
2011-12-16-harldhaassdfdf.jpgSoon when you switch on the light in the morning, that light will beam the latest news to your smartphone. From the breakfast table, you will be able to send emails through the table light.
John Giacobbi: Snow White & the Seven Cyber-Scams
If you don't want your festive holiday cheer to go south quicker than Rick Perry's presidential ambitions then here are a few useful tips as to the Do's and Don'ts of online shopping.
Dan Rather: I've Discovered Facebook
You know the world has changed in a fundamental way when you look at many of the news stories this year and realize that they had something remarkable in common: social media.
Josh Levy: The Top 10 Ways Mobile Carriers Tried to Screw Us in 2011
AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, and Verizon do so many bad, annoying and anti-consumer things that it's almost impossible to document it all.
Brene Brown: Best of TEDTalks 2011, #8: The Power of Vulnerability
2011-12-15-brenfinalfinalfinal.jpgEven if letting ourselves be seen and opening ourselves up to judgment or disappointment feels terrifying, the alternatives are worse.

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