10 Smart Links You Missed on Twitter on Today
- Toyota Kills Scion iPhone Jailbreak Theme After Apple Complains http://bit.ly/gCpkpL via @dailytech
- California’s CTO: If government agencies spent 10% of their time on social media, “it would be the equivalent of hiring 10 to 15 staffers.” http://bit.ly/dR8IaL via @ohmygov
- “What are we building? We are building augmented reality glasses for the masses.” http://bit.ly/gWtkvV via @augmented
- Tumblr’s Mark Coatney: Do Most Websites Treat Commenters As Second Class Citizens? [Video] http://bit.ly/elVLxF via @neilvidyarthi
- Examiner.com will use “peer reviews and incentive pay to increase the professionalism of its content.” Content farm? Not us! http://bit.ly/fm01o1 via @davidaKaplan
- “Before long, thought-controlled objects may move far beyond games. ‘Toys are just the beginning…’” http://buswk.co/fwd7vR via @sol_tanguay
- Tragedy of the Data Commons: The law should provide a safe harbor for the dissemination of publicly available, anonymized research data. http://bit.ly/gqHqQs via @jranck
- 9 reasons why Google and Apple should be worried about Amazon http://bit.ly/fGuKvd via @plamere
- “United Russia is the party of corruption, the party of crooks and thieves.” One man’s cyber-crusade against Russian corruption. http://nyr.kr/fL1ytt via @newyorker
- The Society for Storytelling’s Tales of Things: Object storytelling in the age of the Internet: http://bit.ly/fhUVID via @talesofthings
What links did we miss? Let us know in the comments.
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