Marketplace Tech for Wednesday, July 3, 2013

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Weddings are going digital. Wedding trend watchers are seeing a big jump in couples who want to share their nuptials with the world in real time. Think handheld devices at destination weddings streaming to Grandma, who couldn't fly out. And a reminder that some people's Twitter musings are worth more than the Tweets of the rest of us.

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3D printing regulation a re-hash of the Napster war?

A Danish company called Create it Real says it has software to help prevent people from creating gun components on their 3D printers.
Posted In: 3D printing, gun control

Weddings see rise in online streaming

Weddings are going digital. Think handheld devices at destination weddings streaming to Grandma, who couldn't fly out.
Posted In: wedding, streaming

Screening out job candidates with Facebook? Don't

A new study says Facebook behavior isn't a good indicator of prospective employee performance.
Posted In: Facebook, Jobs, career, job interview, social media

How a Tweet could cost you $2,000

Some people's Twitter musings are worth more than the Tweets of the rest of us according to the SEC.
Posted In: Twitter, Securities and Exchange Commission

Yelp Worldmap: Testing the correlation between hipsters and money

Yelp has created heat maps showing the geographical density for search terms 'hipster,' 'pricey,' and more. Here's our (unscientific) look at the correlation between hipsters and money.
Posted In: Yelp, hipsters

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