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the UN is considering an Internet tax. Not again ...this is all about skewing competition. But it's also another example of the problems with local Government in a global world.
Digital Convergence & Futuristic Family Reunions http://nyti.ms/LPkz8v ...pretty cool!
Scientists may be able to predict your location years in advance.
Millennials: They Aren't So Tech Savvy After All http://ow.ly/1kmZ5f
OnX - automate your life: http://youtu.be/qfLMTsIJsoo - interesting!
More than half of seniors are going online: http://post.ly/7erIz
Tim J. McGuire: This I believe about journalism, newspapers and the future of media.
Jane McGonigal: Truths & Myths in Gaming.
Prospectus for The Next Hot Tech IPO, Where Nothing Could Possibly Go Wrong. Funniest thing I have read all week!!!
Morning rant: The laggards in New Orleans.
And finally: The new Twitter logo upside down :)
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