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Trevor Gilbert

  1. Search, Plus Your World Plus Your Pseudonym

    Today, Google is marking a "milestone" in their journey to make Google+ the dominant social network. The "milestone"? Pseudonyms.

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  2. TeachersPayTeachers Means Those Who Can Teach Can Make Bank

    When you hear about a tech startup that has grossed $5,000,000 in sales, operates internationally, and connects people with common interests, you might imagine a new virtual game or social network. TeachersPayTeachers is neither of those things. Instead, it is a marketplace for teachers to sell their lesson plans to other teachers, and make a tidy profit off of their work.

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  3. Apple's Big Problem: Pricing

    Appleā€™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.

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  4. Hipster Releases Android App, Web App and Reaches 100,000 Users

    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.

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  5. NY Tech Day To Take Place On April 19th

    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.

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  6. Beyond SOPA: Let's Iterate Politics

    The internet has shown us its true power. It is being used as a mass activism tool, and it appears to be changing the momentum that has built up in congress. The phones are jammed at the congressional offices, Twitter is full of SOPA related thoughts, and it is apparently the only thing PandoDaily is writing about today. In fact, we're going the anti-blackout route and publishing even more content today.

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  7. Samsung's Last Hope

    Samsung is a company with revenues of $220 billion, that makes everything from cars to refrigerators, and yes, the focus of this piece, smartphones. In all of this money, and in all of their work, Samsung neglected to do one key thing: bulk up on software patents, and build a next-generation operating system. That is coming back to hurt, and it's coming back to hurt them in the form of Android.

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  8. Someone Shouts "Fire", India Blames The Theatre

    "The most stringent protection of free speech would not protect a man falsely shouting 'fire' in a theater and causing a panic." -Supreme Court Justice Oliver Holmes, 1919

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