Monday, March 15, 2010

News & Links List

"Tim Bray Throws His Hat Into The Android Ring Because He Hates The iPhone" TechCrunch

"A very personal Google Android vs. Apple iPhone war just got some more personality" ZDNet

"Why Google Android is winning" CNET

"Tech finds its place at SXSWi (roundup)" CNET

"Privacy is not dead, says SXSWi keynoter Boyd" CNET

"Google ‘99% certain’ to shut China engine" Financial Times

"Is Voice-Based Bubbly the New Twitter?" Advertising Age

"Tech Start-ups Cope With Data Flood" WSJ

"The Facebook Imperative Cannot Be Stopped" TechCrunch, Marc Benioff

"Polyvore Hires Former Google Executive as Chief" NYTimes

"Where Google Is Going: Taking Over TV Advertising, Perhaps" BNET

"Digital Lift-Off: Web ads to get a 10% boost in 2010. For the first time advertisers will spend more on digital than print." Forbes

"The Future as Platform: Mark Hendrickson's Vision for Plancast" ReadWriteWeb

"Why User Competency Matters in Social Design" Mashable, Adrian Chan

"Africa’s Gift to Silicon Valley: How to Track a Crisis" NYTimes

"How GM Destroyed Its Saturn Success" Forbes

"TED: Now with More Elitism?" TechCrunch, Sarah Lacy

"The elephants in the room at TED" Scobleizer

"Venture-Capital Firms Caught in a Shakeout" WSJ

"South Korea Unveils "ReCharging Road" for Eco-Friendly Buses" Fast Company

"Prizes for Academics Who Solve Real-World Problems" Springwise

"Christians flee after Nigeria's massacre" AFP

"'They Need to Be Liberated From Their God'
The 'Son of Hamas' author on his conversion to Christianity, spying for Israel, and shaming his family."

"Your Moral Outrage at Whale Sushi is Unjustified" True/Slant, Japhy Grant

"The Marketing Power of Women" InsideWork, Dan Wooldridge

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