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Thursday, 4 October 2012

Thursday, October 4, 2012
Eric Weaver tried logging in to his Twitter account this summer, but he was locked out. A hacker had broken into his account and changed the password. But it didn't end there.
Is Google Taking YOU Out Of YouTube?
The Price Of Banking In A Digital Era
How To Throw A Party Staffed Entirely By Robots
Twitter Goes Ballistic Over Romney's Tesla Diss
Facebook Has A Bug
Cyrus Massoumi: Health Care Momentum: Our Shared Responsibility
Entrepreneurs should think about how to disrupt healthcare -- and then think about it some more. The startup world is full of thoughtful, brilliant people who will are well positioned to be successful in anything they apply themselves to.
Iqbal Brainch: The Soul of Apple
It doesn't hurt that the company has perfected the recipe for insanely great products. I was hopeful that the soul of Apple would persevere despite the loss of Jobs. A year later, and I'm not so sure.
X PRIZE Foundation: Launching the Next Era in Space Travel and Exploration
The new era of space travel will be known for democratizing space travel, moving it into the private sector, and making it available to the general public, rather than just a few highly trained and government-employed specialists.
Leslie Harris: The Bizarre, Belated Assault on 'Do Not Track'
It is difficult to understand why Do Not Track is controversial. At the end of the day, privacy advocates will have to settle for something less than ideal -- and advertisers must honor their commitment to comply with users' Do Not Track instructions.
Penny C. Sansevieri: How to Turn Your Website Into a Selling Machine
While content is king, compelling, engaging content is the master. But creating content isn't always easy. You have to come up with ideas, you have to keep inventing new topics. So, what's the best way to do that?

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