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Wael Ghonim on 60 Minutes

Feb 14, 2011
The Google executive who disappeared in Egypt, was incarcerated by the government, and reemerged as a revolutionary leader gave an interview to...
Posted In: Egypt, Google, government, Law, social media, Web Culture, world
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Tweet becomes a Robocop social phenomenon

Feb 11, 2011
It all started with a tweet from a guy in Philadelphia named @MT. It was directed at Detroit mayor Dave Bing: "@mayordavebing Philadelphia has a...
Posted In: kickstarter, robocop, Twitter, Web Culture
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Do Not Track now available from Mozilla Firefox

Feb 9, 2011
You can now activate a Do Not Track feature if you're on Mozilla Firefox. From the Firefox blog: When this option is selected, a header will be...
Posted In: firefox, mozilla, privacy, search, Web Culture
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REM remix

Feb 9, 2011
The band REM has a new album coming out in March (many among us hope it's great so we can stop listening to Murmur over and over again). To promote...
Posted In: Entertainment, Music, REM, Web Culture
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Facebook, not Craig's List, is the red light district of the web

Feb 8, 2011
Craig's List shut off its "adult services" section a while ago, amid loads of complaints that it was basically a prostitution marketplace. There...
Posted In: business, craig's list, Facebook, social media, Web Culture
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Let me Blekko that for you

Feb 7, 2011
Doesn't really roll off the tongue, does it?...
Posted In: blekko, business, search, Web Culture
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Domain name land rush

Feb 7, 2011
Starting tomorrow, [lots of investors and entrepreneurs are headed to San Francisco](http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2011/02...
Posted In: business, domains, Web Culture
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Could the Feds take down Google for linking to illegal material?

Feb 3, 2011
US Immigrations and Customs Enforcement announced Wednesday that it recently shut down 10 websites, that it says were linking to other websites...
Posted In: Google, ICE, privacy, Web Culture
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Hulu CEO makes a lovely meal out of the hand that feeds him

Feb 3, 2011
Jason Kilar, who has run Hulu from the beginning, posted a blog entry that is critical of broadcast TV. You know, that institution that provides...
Posted In: business, Entertainment, hulu, Web Culture
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Google Art Project

Feb 1, 2011
You guys. You gotta see this. Google basically applied the same creep-you-out technology they used for Google Street View and made it thoroughly...
Posted In: Entertainment, Google, neato, search, social media, street view, Web Culture

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