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Apple’s announcement today was hailed as a game-changer for the education market by some, and as a complete dud by others. This is par for the course on anything Apple does, but this time around, the truth lies somewhere in the middle.
You should watch Conan on TBS. Mostly because I like him and feel badly that his ratings slumped once we all got bored of the Jay Leno outrage. But also because the show contains all sorts of glimpses of the future of television advertising. And that future-- while understandable in a TiVo world-- is increasingly annoying.
I have never met the Samwer brothers, so this may be unfair. But they just piss me off to no end. They've cloned Zappos, Groupon, Airbnb and now Pintrest with the shamelessly named Pinspire.
Hipster, the photo-sharing service, aimed at sharing "one postcard at a time", is making a big step forward today with the launch of their native Android app, a newly redesigned web app, and the announcement that they have reached their 100,000th user.
Back in 2006, Marc Andreessen believed that Facebook would eventually give way to multiple smaller social networks for one simple reason: People don't like walled gardens. Rather, they like things to be open and fluid.
New York City based people: a new event is headed your way. NY Tech Day is an event aimed at being an exposition for New York City-based startups. The event will be taking place in the Flatiron district on April 19th. Following the desires of the NY tech community, the event will be free to attend.
It has been quite the three days here at PandoDaily. We've been humbled by all the excitement around our launch and our traffic so far has blown away my expectations. It seems we weren't the only ones who felt there was still room for a new voice in the ever crowded blogosphere.
SOPA and PIPA are bad. On this, basically the entire web agrees. But not everyone does. Take The Wall Street Journal, for example. And they look like total jackasses as a result. Luckily for them, it's impossible to look as bad as the Motion Picture Association of America.
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