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Should We Limit A Soldier’s Access To Social Media?

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United States Army Staff Sgt. Christopher Brown lost his life in Afghanistan earlier this week. While that is extremely sad news, it was how his wife was notified of his death by social media that was the big news.

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Google Places Now Imports Your Foursquare Data

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Not only does Google now want you to have access to your Google Places data as a feed, but it is also now allowing you to import your Foursquare check-in data into Google Places for rating and reviewing purposes. …

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So What's Your Internet Presence

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Say what ?
To set the tone for those that might not know exactly what ‘Internet Presence’ or ‘digital footprint’ means – both are reasonably defined on wikipedia here and here. There have been numerous articles previously written about ‘Internet Presence’ management, and some profoundly bad experiences from those that were harmed by their own ego. Internet Presence management or strategy, can not be emphasized enough!

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OMG - A Working $25 Dollar USB Stick Computer

$25 dollar USB Stick Computer

Game developer David Braben has built a computer that’s the size of a USB stick and costs $25, called the Raspberry Pi.

The computer has one port on either side: just plug in a screen and keyboard, and off you go. The computer has a 700MHz processor and 128 Mb RAM, which is really impressive considering size and price.

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Google Rolling Out Fiber Network Next In Kansas City

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Google recently announced plans to build an ultra high-speed broadband servicein Kansas Cit,y as part of its experimental fiber network. In its announcement via a blog post, the company says: “In selecting a city, our goal was to find a location where we could build efficiently, make an impact on the community and develop relationships with local government and community organizations.

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