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Thursday, 27 September 2012

Thursday, September 27, 2012

More than a third of Americans worry their privacy will suffer if drones like those used to spy on U.S. enemies overseas become the latest police tool for tracking suspected criminals at home, according to an Associated Press-National Constitution Center poll.

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Larry Magid: How We Journalists Get Sucked Into the Apple's iPhone Hype
Frankly, I'm bothered by all the attention given to Apple when you consider how other companies are making perfectly good competing products. Many of the iPhone 5 features are playing catch-up with a variety of Android devices.
Uloop: The Kindle Fire: A Must-Have for College Students
It was time for schoolbook bargain hunting; and my back ached at the thought of carrying schoolbooks along with notebooks, planners and my MacBook. It was that moment of need that tuned me into the electronic age and unleashed all of the power and benefits the Kindle Fire held.
Ericka Andersen: Twitter Promoted Trends: Taking Political Advertising to the Next Level
What costs over $100,000 and lives for only a day? It must be something pretty valuable for that kind of cash -- something political investors would consider essential in driving their message.
Joseph F. Coughlin: If You Build It, Will They Come? Robot Cars, Infrastructure and Policy Innovation
There's currently not much demand for infrastructural and policy solutions because no one has an autonomous car yet. But, on the other hand, no one will have autonomous cars until some of these problems get sorted out.
David Shing: The Stream Series 2012: A Constant Stream of Inspiration From Storytelling to Startups
Brands are looking for platforms to amplify their message; agencies are looking for the tools for amplification; startups are looking for ways their tools can help. Success for all three relies on applying the right mix of their abilities to a common goal -- a meaningful, authentic conversation with the consumer.

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