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Wednesday, 10 October 2012

Wednesday, October 10, 2012
On a recent evening, dozens of New York entrepreneurs gathered at Gracie Mansion, the longtime home of the city's mayors, to celebrate the city's tech community.
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Danny Rubin: 10 Facebook Buttons That Would Be Way Better Than 'Want' and 'Collect'
Forget about 'Want' and 'Collect.' Who needs a second Pinterest, anyway? Here are ten other Facebook buttons that make way more sense:
Josh Horwitz: Will the Guys with the [Printed] Guns Make the Rules?
The Wiki Weapon project is not the work of a dispassionate techie seeking to push the outer limits of modern technology. Instead it is a blatant, undisguised attempt to radically alter our system of government.
Mike Elgan: Should Wireless Carriers Be Nationalized?
I think we should consider a Constitutional amendment that privatizes the Postal Service and nationalizes the wireless carriers. The Internet plays the central political, social, cultural and economic role that the US Postal Service once did.
Ernan Roman: The Election: What Marketers Should Learn About the Multichannel Mix
During this tight presidential campaign, both parties are deploying an unusually diverse and integrated multichannel marketing mix.
Cathy Herholdt: Food Distribution in the Horn of Africa Goes High-tech
As NGOs shift our response from disaster to development -- teaching pastoralists who lost their herds to farm and other forms of livelihood diversification -- there are still many hungry people to feed.

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