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As we just wrote in the PandoTicker, Twitter has announced that they now have the capability to hide tweets from users based on the locality of the user. While deleting tweets has always been possible on a global level, the tweets can now be deleted in one area of the world, and still be visible in the rest of the world. Immediately, this brings up some interesting questions.
We've heard from insiders that Google's PR strategy to the Don't Be Evil toolbar bombshell-- which exposed just how much the search giant is meddling with search results-- is just to stay quiet until it blows over. And then press ahead with the "Search-plus-your-world-or-else" strategy.
The reception to last week's pilot episode of Why Isn't This News -- where Sarah and I connect via Skype to discuss our respective entrepreneurial adventures -- was almost entirely positive. The only caveat was that some of you would have preferred the video and audio quality to be a little shittier.
I've been wearing the same clothes for the last 72 hours. Somehow my bag didn't make the transfer in Atlanta to my flight to Zurich. After filing a lost bag report with Delta Airlines, I headed up to Davos wearing a pair of comfy shoes, tattered jeans, and a wool sweater that is barely one step up from a hoodie. While perfectly acceptable for the San Francisco tech scene, suffice it to say that in the Davos sea of well-tailored Italian suits, I haven't exactly fit in.
You're an aspiring entrepreneur. You've been working on your idea for a few months and released your first product which, however gnarly, is proving that you're not crazy and there may be a there there.
Yesterday, we wrote about Larry Page's Search-Plus-Your-World ultimatum and much of the buzz was around the "or work somewhere else" part. But our source emphasized another word he used. "Beautiful."
Stop all the clocks, cut off the telephone, Prevent the dog from barking with a juicy bone, Silence the pianos and with muffled drum Bring out the coffin, let the mourners come.
In case you didn't know, Kim Dotcom, the founder of mega-site Megaupload has been indicted and is awaiting extradition to the United States from New Zealand. Dotcom is accused of money laundering, racketeering, copyright infringement and a host of other crimes. That's all well and good, it's the justice system, and people don't seem to have a problem with him being punished for stealing. The problem people are having with it? That he is being punished so much.
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