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How to make the best use of your Google+ profile

Back when I was invited to Google+, it took me less than a week to realise what a big phenomenon it would become; and while it felt good to be a part of that before public release, I also realised I had to leverage its power and integration to my benefit: specifically to benefit my […]

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Why SOPA may be America’s worst mistake

America seems to have come out with a new (although hardly an innovative) way to censor links it feels violates copyrights–although the fact that they do not have to justify themselves makes one wonder if they will not also ban legitimate links that work against them, as many have begun to see. The Stop Online […]

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Google+ vs Facebook: 10 reasons why Google+ is far better

As PCWorld rightly pointed sometime out last year, the comparison of Google+ vs Facebook (which the masses generally draw) is an uneven one. Google+ is a far bigger picture for Google than one might imagine: my own way of putting it, as I have said to many of my acquaintances, is that Google is on […]

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On why I think it is too early for biometric identification

‘Passwords have become obsolete’ was what IBM Speech CTO, David Nahamoo, said–at least effectively–in IBM’s Research News blog. His main point was that our current use of identification and security, our trusty passwords, were a) really insufficient security b) hard to remember. (Incidentally, I suspect Mr Nahamoo has over 50 log-ins to remember.) IBM 5 […]

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The Nike Air Jordans Ritual

Along the lines of Apple’s customary iPhone frenzy which sees people waiting overnight to buy their latest Apple gadget ((They would have reserved it would they not?)), Nike’s latest shoes in its flagship model, Air Jordans, led people to swarm the markets in a mad rush in the US, fighting over their pair. Police Intervention […]

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