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The Truth About Google X: Behind The Secretive Lab's Closed Doors
When ‘Liking’ a Brand Online Voids the Right to Sue
RT @1938loren: .@leejeans this is going great. Psyched we became friends. How crazy was that @USAirways thing? You guys are smarter than that I'm sure.
RT @1938loren: Monday Matters - Colbert, Glass, Game of Thrones: via @YouTube
RT @1938loren: Monday Matters - Colbert, Glass, Game of Thrones: via @YouTube
RT @julito77: Tonight's @AJAMStream guests: @shaunabe @CrowdMed @PhilBaumann @AlexLickerman. We talk #crowdsourcing. Live in 7 min on @ajam. #AJAMStream
The Internet is a sh*tty activist
RT the great @KentBottles: Hey, Robot: Which Cat Is Cuter?
Why People Mock & Hate New Technology Like Google Glass
The Ethical Profitable Big Data Vendor -
Loren Feldman’s #SoMe…Or How to Avoid Media Induced Psychosis -
Has Ted Nelson Figured Out Bitcoin Author Satoshi Nakamoto’s Identity? -
Digital Architects of Painless Love -
You Can Do Better Than Mimicking A Meme -
RT @ProfJeffJarvis: I'm working on my new e-book, "What Would Snapchat Do?"
We are unpaid vectors for Press Releases. We know that, right?
Modesty is the new Molotov Cocktail.
Patient Safety first. Social Media last. #SMWRegulated
RT @MedicalQuack: Ever wonder how many for profits have risk analytics that have already scored your mortality rate-when you will die
RT @1938loren: Retweeting a compliment is like shining a light on your weakness. Instead have quiet confidence. It's much sexier and will gain you respect
Robert Bly to receive Poetry Society of America's Frost Medal
Been saying for years RT @Dermdoc: These Are The Tweets That Will Get A Doctor In Trouble #HCSM @nprnews
"But while Excel the program is reasonably robust, the spreadsheets that people create with Excel are incredibly fragi…
Begging for food or shelter, even love - it's sad, but it's understandable and human. Begging for Likes, RTs? That's weird
"Social TV" and "Data Science". In the old days, even the buzzwords corresponded to some kind of reality.
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