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Ted Rall

  1. Melt is a social media app I don't hate yet

    If I didn't have to promote my work, I wouldn't be on social media.

    By Ted Rall , written on

    From the News desk

  2. Data: Tech companies still awful on diversity, but AirBnB and AOL less awful than Quantcast and Box

    Last week Google released demographic data about its hires that confirmed what you already knew: the tech monolith's workforce is predominantly white guys. "We're not where we want to be when it comes to diversity," Google PR concedes.

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    From the News desk

  3. Jeff Bezos has apparently taught this old newspaper how to write Internet headlines

    Notable yet unnoticed, today's Washington Post includes what may be the first appearance in a corporate newspaper of a headline written in Internet format.

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  4. Disrupting Darwinism: AT&T offers $50,000 to stop cellphone users getting hit by cars

    AT&T has launched a 'Connected Intersections' initiative to improve pedestrian safety on New York City Streets.

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  5. Comic: Apple's virtuous cycle of post-Steve letdowns

    Apple Computer has established a virtuous cycle of letdowns following Steve Jobs' death that allows the company to release one incremental improvement after another without disappointing their hardcore fans.

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  6. A lot of Europeans want to be forgotten

    A landmark EU court ruling requiring that search engines delete libelous, incorrect, dated or simply "irrelevant" links to individuals on the Continent prompted an initial burst of applications to Google's new online form — which has grown, as word spread, to at least 12,000 requests so far.

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  7. Paying reparations to everyone America has wronged would bankrupt us. So let's do that

    In the latest revival of the argument that the United States ought to issue reparations to African-Americans as compensation for slavery, Ta-Nehisi Coates writes in The Atlantic: "Until we reckon with our compounding moral debts, America will never be whole."

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  8. Google finally admits its workforce is overwhelmingly white and male

    On Wednesday, Google released a diversity report confirming what we all already suspected: Most of its workforce is white (61 percent) and most of its workforce is male (70 percent). The numbers for women get even worse when you look at just technology workers: A mere 17 percent of Google's tech staffers are women.

    By Ted Rall , written on

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