What I’m reading and finding for February 12th 2012 through February 15th 2012:
- From Twitter – Time Warner Cable Launches Live TV Streaming for the Desktop http://t.co/Y50l7yRa
- From Twitter – Update Rollup 2 for Windows Home Server 2011 is available http://t.co/e46Kyiqd
- Your address book is mine: Many iPhone apps take your data | VentureBeat–
Path got caught red-handed uploading users’ address books to its servers and had to apologize. But the relatively obscure journaling app is not alone. In fact, Path was crucified for a practice that has become an unspoken industry standard.
- Real Dan Lyons Web Site » Blog Archive » Hit men, click whores, and paid apologists: Welcome to the Silicon Cesspool » Real Dan Lyons Web Site–
– Dan LyonsIt’s tough being a journalist, especially if you’re covering technology and living in Silicon Valley, because it seems as if everyone around you is getting fabulously rich while you’re stuck in a job that will never, ever make you wealthy. What’s worse is that all these people who are getting rich don’t seem to be any brighter than you are and in fact many of them don’t seem very bright at all. So of course you get jealous. And then you start thinking maybe you could find a way to cash in… show all text
- From Twitter – VLC 2.0 arriving this week http://t.co/RzIYnxKc
- parislemon • Content Everywhere, But Not A Drop To Drink–
This morning, I woke up and read Nick Bilton’s weekly New York Times’ column. Nick is a friend and one of the best bloggers/writers/journalists out there. But with today’s column, he was way off base.
Having already said what I wanted to say about the Path situation, I debated if I should weigh in again. Then I read Nick’s column again. There’s a way to say what he wants to say, but he goes about it the complete wrong way. I felt like I had to respond.
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- Traveling Light in a Time of Digital Thievery–
– By NICOLE PERLROTHInformation has become easier to steal over the Internet because employees can carry proprietary data around.