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- Schöner Einbrechen mit Facebook (4) « BILDblog Qualitätsjournalismus.
- Blog – Flattr Shut out from iOS Apps – Vemedio Instacast muss Flattr-Integration wieder entfernen. Sehr schade.
- Christian Engström MEP, Rick Falkvinge: The Case for Copyright Reform (2012) at Monoskop/log “Legalized file sharing, shorter protection times for the commercial copyright monopoly, free sampling and a ban on DRM.These are the main points of the proposal for copyright reform that the Pirate Party is advocating and which the Greens/EFA group in the European Parliament adopted as its group position in September 2011.
This is a constructive alternative to the controversial ACTA agreement and to the criminalization of the entire generation of youths. This booklet explains why such a reform is both necessary and sustainable and will benefit both citizens and artists.”
- heise online | Viel Kritik am Vorstoß der Grünen zu mehr Informationsfreiheit “Der CSU-Politiker möchte daher lieber über Fragen des Missbrauchs der Informationsfreiheit sprechen. So seien derzeit zehn Mitarbeiter im Innenministerium damit beschäftigt, “66 Anfragen von zwei Journalisten zu beantworten”. Diese wollten damit eventuell nur ihre eigene Recherchearbeit auf den Staat abwälzen.” Deswegen: public by default und machinenlesbar machen.
- Shipped and sold: A brief introduction | asymco “Let’s say that you sell a phone to another party. What constitutes a sale? The sales agreement? That you shipped it? That he wanted it? That you were paid for it?What if he changes his mind and returns it? Is it still a sale? What if a manager’s bonus depends on these sales? What if the company’s share price depends on these sales? Is there a way to rig the accounting?”
- Videochat als Unterhaltung im Hintergrund: Der visuelle Stream » netzwertig.com “Der Gedanke, dass Menschen beim Betreten ihrer Wohnung umgehend eine Videokonferenz starten, dann aber erst einmal in der Küche Essen kochen und später im Vorbeigehen kurze Dialoge mit gerade präsenten Freunden führen, wirkt einerseits suspekt, andererseits aber auch wie die logische Fortsetzung der textbasierten Streams, in die sich Nutzer in Scharen bei Facebook, Twitter und anderen Diensten ein- und ausklinken.”
- Exciting Commerce: Erklärungsmodelle für Tipping Points und Netzwerk-Effekte
- Decoding Share Prices: Amazon, Apple and Facebook | Monday Note
- Facebook: The Collective Hallucination | Monday Note
- The Brilliant Career Advice Google’s Eric Schmidt Gave Sheryl Sandberg – Business Insider “About 6 and half years later, when I was leaving Google, I took that advice to heart. I was offered CEO jobs at a bunch of companies, but I went to Facebook as COO. At the time people said, why are you going to work for a 23 year old? The traditional metaphor for careers is a ladder, but I no longer think that metaphor holds. It doesn’t make sense in a less hierarchical world. When I was first at Facebook, a woman named Lori Goler, a 1997 graduate of HBS, was working in marketing at eBay and I knew her kind of socially. And she called me and said, I want to talk with you about coming to work with you at Facebook. So I thought about calling you, she said, and telling you all the things I’m good at and all the things I like to do. But I figured that everyone is doing that. So instead I want to know what’s your biggest problem and how can I solve it. My jaw hit the floor. I’d hired thousands of people up to that point in my career, but no one had ever said anything like that. I had never said anything like that. Job searches are always about the job searcher, but not in Laurie’s case. I said, you’re hired. My biggest problem is recruiting and you can solve it. So Lori changed fields into something she never thought she’d do, went down a level to start in a new field and has since been promoted and runs all of the people operations at Facebook and has done an extraordinary job.”
- Aged Windows XP costs 5x more to manage than Windows 7
- Techdirt: Did Hollywood Not Use Available DMCA Tools Just To Pretend It Needed SOPA?
- Megaupload User Asks Court To Order Return Of His Data | TorrentFreak
- kickingbear» Blog Archive » Three Things That Should Trouble Apple “If the launch of the iPod and the iTunes Store taught Apple a lesson I hope that it’s that the incumbents are willing to do trials with the minority market-holders.”
- Business Insider: A terrific news source. – Slate Magazine
- No, The RIAA Is Not Asking For $72 Trillion From Limewire (Bad Reporters, Bad) | Techdirt
- Exciting Travel: Airbnb verbessert Booking für Last-Minute-Reisen
- Exciting Commerce: “Und jetzt muss ich Spreadshirt verkaufen, obwohl ich gar nicht will”
- Facebook, IPOs, Morgan Stanley und Henry Blodget
- Exclusive: HP’s core webOS Enyo team is going to Google | The Verge
- Was Greed Good? – NYTimes.com No.
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