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Tangible evidence of #EuroTechnoPanic: an attack on Facebook's Hamburg headquarters with stones, paint, and smoke bombs. 

http://www.mopo.de/hamburg/polizei/steine--farbe--rauchbomben-anschlag-auf-hamburger-facebook-zentrale-23229728
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Die Scheiben sind zersprungen, orange Farbe tropft von den Fensterrahmen: Unbekannte haben am Samstagabend einen Anschlag auf die Hamburger Zentrale von Facebook verübt.
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Yup. Pixel C aims for productivity and Chrome is by miles the better productivity OS.
 
I honestly think the Pixel C running Chrome OS for $500 dollars, would've been a lot more exciting than running Android.
How in the world people is going to buy one, if you can buy the iPad Air 2 64GB for $475 on Best Buy right now, which has split screen and lots of tablet optimized apps??
Touch in small screens (Smartphones) is essential. Touch on big screens (laptops) not at all. Not even Apple knows what to do with its iPad, and more and more people are not interested on Tablets. Google, again you're way late to the party.
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Salut vous allez bien accepter mon invitation

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I have seen the possible United Airlines. And it is good. 
I like United Airlines. Really, I do. Here’s how.
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Flying has been made so unpleasant that I only consider it a reasonable option when driving would take more than twelve hours. It would be nice to see at least one big airline embrace Jeff's suggestions.
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After all these years, The Times gives a hand-job to Werner Erhard. Spare us the resurgence. I covered his celebrity many years ago in San Francisco (oh, if only the Examiner archives had been digitized), pissing him off a few times by ridiculing his quotes that said nothing. One from today: “Maybe life is not about the self but about self-transcendence! You got a problem with that?” 
He is the father of so much that is nonsense and narcissistic about California culture. Reading his quotes makes me mindful of the road to TED, where everybody has their 18 minutes of being Werner Erhard.
The creator of EST resurfaces as a kinder, gentler purveyor of self-actualization.
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+clara duboi 😘😘😘
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Haunting rendition of Brel's "Quand on a que l'amour" at Paris memorial: 

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Beautifully sung. A shame its perfomance was triggered by such a senseless tragedy.
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+Dave Besbris reports much progress with AMP (Accelerated Mobile Pages).

I'll be writing a bit about that in my Observer column later this week after attending Google's Newsgeist this weekend. I also have been evangelizing AMP like crazy during my visits to Nigeria, South Africa, Mexico, and Colombia -- 3G markets where much faster pages will have a much bigger impact on media businesses in mobile.

I'm glad to see that Bes says they are getting interest from "thousands of publishers." Advertising and analytics companies want to play. (My only smartass reaction is that AMP alone will not cure Outbrain's sins!) Developers are showing interest -- and that is the key to making an open-source project work.

I believe this is an important shift in how we will think of distribution and the web experience. You'll use an application like Nuzzel, click on links, and it will feel as if you've never left. My real hope is that media companies will spend less effort on copying each other and more on linking -- but that will also require a shift in business models from volume to value. One step at a time....

https://amphtml.wordpress.com/2015/11/24/bringing-you-up-to-speed-on-amp/
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Great. Now if only I could get my own publisher to adopt AMP...
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This makes a lot of sense. I'd love to see a future Pixel C running a tablet version of Chrome OS. I'd definitely want to buy that. 
The Pixel C is ill-suited to Android, but it wasn't supposed to be this way...
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Republicans: It is time that you disavow Donald Trump and assure your sane friends that you will not support him should he win the nomination. We Americans expect every Muslim to repudiate every violent act by a Muslim. Well, now we expect every Republican to repudiate bigoted, demagogic acts by this Republican.

Republican frontrunner wants ‘total and complete shutdown’ of borders to Muslims after San Bernardino shooting in latest boundary-pushing proposal
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what is so frightening about Trump?
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A very interesting debate on TWIT about Google's AMP push with +Richard Gingras and +Matt Cutts and +Jeff Jarvis and +Leo Laporte and more!  So interesting to watch.
We know Google is pushing AMP, Accelerated Mobile Pages on publishers to solve the issue with the mobile web. I even said this in my what to look for in 2016 as one of my three things to look at. Ye
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I wonder if +Kevin Marks​ knows custom components are part of w3c now? And yes, amp-image would require js, but hard to imagine this working with zero js unless you can get all browser vendors on board ... three years ago.
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My latest column comes from the Google Newsgeist event last weekend, in which -- true to form -- I saw some journalists acting as a herd of Eeyores. I wish for the journalists and technologists to start seeing that many of their goals are aligned. 

http://observer.com/2015/11/lessons-learned-from-a-gathering-of-hacks-and-geeks-progress-is-possible/
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Yo, Google: What's the deal with the Pixel C? Santa's packing the sleigh already.....
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Good point. Seriously one of the best I have seen come around this year. Be a Shame to miss out. 
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Big news from CUNY and +TWiT: We are going to become TWiT's East Coast outpost and start a weekly podcast on the New York tech scene. We are looking for a producer to get everything in shape, make pilots, and then become the ongoing producer. Great gig -- pass it on!

http://www.journalism.cuny.edu/2015/11/job-opportunity-seeking-producer-for-a-live-weekly-webcast-about-nys-tech-sector/
The CUNY Graduate School of Journalism is planning to launch a live, weekly webcast about New York’s technology industry as part of the TWiT —...
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Would love to catch this! I visit our Ridgefield office a lot in NJ and would love to attend and watch if you all do an audience at some point. 😎
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Author of "Public Parts: How Sharing in the Digital Age Improves the Way We Work and Live" and "What Would Google Do?" Director of the Tow-Knight Center for Entrepreneurial Journalism at the City University of New York Graduate School of Journalism. Blogs at Buzzmachine.com and writes for the Guardian. Formerly creator and founding editor of Entertainment Weekly; president and creative director of Advance.net; Sunday editor and associate publisher of the NY Daily News; columnist on the San Francisco Examiner. 
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I cause a fleeting expletive. This morning in an otherwise carefully bleepedand blurred segment the CBS Early Show reported on thefuckyouwashington hashtag ...

Brian Lehrer and Public Parts « BuzzMachine
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Brian Lehrer and Public Parts. My chat this morning with the wonderful Brian Lehrer about Public Parts. This entry was posted on Tuesday September 27th 2011

#fuckyouwashington « BuzzMachine
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fuckyouwashington. So I was angry Watching TV news over dinner turning my attention from scandals in the UK to those here and frankly welcoming the ...

A true threat to privacy « BuzzMachine
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A true threat to privacy. Among the most deliberate and abhorrent mass violations of privacy committed in recent memory did not come as a result of ...

Fortune reviews Public Parts « BuzzMachine
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Fortune reviews Public Parts. Fortune's Jessi Hempel writes a wonderful review of Public Parts Im proud to say. Privacy has its advocates Jeff Jarvis has ...

Digital First, indeed « BuzzMachine
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Digital First indeed. Im delighted by the news that Journal Register's John Paton is spreading the digital first gospelIm a believer He announced today that

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Theyre b-a-a-ack. Hilarious Just mention a rumor of Howard Stern replacing Simon Cowell on American Idol and the socalled Parents Television Council rears ...

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Public Parts excerpt Germany and privacy. Here's another free excerpt from Public Parts this one about the Germans and privacy Here is the textclick on the

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Dear Mr Dell. To Michael Dell CC Michael George chief marketing officer and vice president for the U.S. consumer business Dell. Gentlemen ...

9/11, in the mirror « BuzzMachine
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911 in the mirror. To ask how 911 changed me is to assume that I could imagine life without that day 911 became a line in my definition of myself alongside ...

Dell Hell: The end? « BuzzMachine
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Dell Hell The end. My column reporting on my visit to Dell headquarters and my interview with Michael Dell just went up on Business Week Itll be in this ...

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PublicParts. Here's a hub of links for Public Parts the book. Jarvis PUBLIC PARTS jacket. Buy the book at Amazon hereI get affiliate revenue Barnes & Noble

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October 25th 2011. On Tuesday Nov 1 at CUNY's Graduate School of Journalism were holding an open conversation with two media executives who are ...

No one owns a hashtag « BuzzMachine
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No one owns a hashtag. hashtag The beauty of a hashtag is that no one can control it. A hashtag is not like a marketing media or political message whose ...

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DislikingLike in Germany. There's a hubbub brewing over privacy and Facebook in Germany and not for the first time there's misinformation involved So I got ...

A bad review of me « BuzzMachine
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A bad review of me. Update Some asked for a fuller response and so here it is on a Google Doc because it's just so darned long ...

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Free Public Parts excerpt. Here's another free excerpt from Public Parts a day before its formal release in print ebook and audio tomorrow This audio ...

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Cancer comedy. I wasnt sure I could watch 5050 but Im glad I did just as I wasnt sure I could watch The Big C but Im glad I get to see that too ...