An historic blizzard in blasting the Northeast and is shutting down air travel, affecting emergency vehicle response rates, and forcing many to stay indoors. Two Twitter Superstars, Cory Booker and 50 Cent have very different approaches to dealing with the resulting blizzard crisis.
When I first saw Shel Israel’s (@shelisrael) tweet and the iTunes store description off of his link, I thought it might be a hoax. Visual translations via an iPhone app?
Word Lens is the real thing.
I received two security-related emails in the last 24 hours. One was from Gawker Media stating that there was a breach via its commenting system. The second email arrived this morning from LinkedIn, asking me to reset my password because my account was disabled for “security reasons.”
According to this Gawker blog post, Lifehacker, Gizmodo, Gawker, Jezebel, io9, Jalopnik, Kotaku, Deadspin, and Fleshbot were all affected by the security breach.
Due to a number of factors, a great number of people (friends, supporters, participants) cannot make it this weekend to San Luis Obispo. But we still expect a very good group, so we have decided to hold a big meetup in town and postpone the formal event for early 2011 when more people can make it.
Google recently closed off Facebook’s access to import Gmail contacts. Google felt that if Facebook was able to import its Gmail contacts that Google should be able to import from Facebook. Since that wasn’t going to happen, Google pulled the plug on its Facebook integration.
To counter this Google move, Facebook added instructions to its site on how users can download their Gmail contacts then upload them to Facebook.
Latinos in Social Media (LATISM) is proud to announce San Luis Obispo as the second stop on the Latino2 California Tour.
Come join us on December 4, 2010, at the Cal Poly Performing Arts Center in San Luis Obispo. California’s Central Coast is the birth place of “La Causa”, the Latino civil rights movement. The conference will focus on the theme “Community and Collaboration in Central California: Then and Now.”
This is the news article that prompted the creation of this poll:
This is an interesting issue for several reasons:
- I used to work for a company that sold fingerprint recognition components
- I taught for eight years
- And, I’m fascinated by the overlap of technology and culture
I was pleased to finally receive the “Suggestions For You” feature since I’ve been hearing about it all week. My initial impressions were:
- Dang, I thought I was following some of those people already
- Um, I recently unfollowed some of those folks
- There were several people who showed up frequently in the “Followed By:” field, but they weren’t people I engage with much
- There are a lot of celebrities on this list
- These are real people, not feeds