Thursday, May 19, 2011

News & Links List

"Attn Entrepreneurs: Mark Zuckerberg Isn’t the Role Model. Reid Hoffman Is." TechCrunch

"LinkedIn's Big Ripoff" The Daily Beast

"Octopart, The Little Startup That Hung In There" TechCrunch

"It is alive! The Death of Email Has Been Severely Exaggerated" Summation

"Ten Questions for Gilt Groupe’s CEO Kevin Ryan After His Big Funding Round" All Things Digital's eMoney

"Why Microsoft Is Buying Skype for $8.5 Billion" GigaOm

"Why the Skype investment worked" Fortune, Ben Horowitz

"Facebook Busted in Clumsy Smear on Google" The Daily Beast

"Google deflects PR firm's attack of Gmail privacy" USAToday

"Google reaches 100 millionth Android activation, 400,000 Android devices activated daily" Engadget

"Google's Chrome browser hits 160m users - but what does it mean for the web?" Guardian

"Google to Rent $20/Month Laptops" ReadWriteWeb

"Editorial: Google clarifies Chromebook subscriptions, might have just changed the industry" Engadget

"Andy Rubin gets Danger back together at Google to work on Android hardware" Fortune

"Dropbox Lied to Users About Data Security, Complaint to FTC Alleges" WIRED

"Obama's Silence on Boeing Is Unacceptable
The president's appointees have moved to block the company from building planes in my state. He owes us an explanation."
WSJ, Nikki Haley

"From Guantanamo to Abbottabad
The bin Laden mission benefited greatly from Bush administration interrogation policies, but President Obama still prefers to kill, rather than capture, terrorists. This costs valuable intelligence."
WSJ, John Yoo

"Police: IMF head picked out of lineup in sex case" AP

"The Higher They are The Harder They Fall" Center for Bioethics & Culture, Jennifer Lahl

"What’s cooler than a million dollars? Changing a million lives" Reuters

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