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*What I've written recently (in case you missed it.)!* 

A prediction that the robot revolution is not only about to go mainstream, but that Google's self-driving car will "drive" the revolution:

A column about why Google has a great social business model and Facebook doesn't:

My opinion as to why Facebook is a lousy social partner for Apple and why Twitter is a great partner:

A piece about how Bluetooth 4.0 will change things around your house:

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1. A robot may not injure a human being or, through inaction, allow a human being to come to harm.
2. A robot must obey the orders given to it by human beings, except where such orders would conflict with the First Law.
3. A robot must protect its own existence as long as such protection does not conflict with the First or Second Laws.
4. A robot may not deliver cold Pizza as long as it does not conflict with the First Three laws.

Freely after Isaac Asimov.
very beautiful works, but that was to hear with us
Ralph H
Doesn't rule #2 suggest I can expect the autonomous vehicle to get out of my way if I honk my horn?
Bluetooth 4.0 - Enter lawnmower man:)
机器人 我超想要一个啊!
Thanks for your article about Bluetooth and Robot pic is adorable,
I like the article comparing Facebook to Google; points out some meaningful differences.  I use Facebook as not much more than a contact manager; Google+ is where I go to get information and be entertained.  And I can't wait until self-driving cars are the norm.  It will make such a huge difference in traffic and potentially increase safety.
I agree, +Richie Stockholm - that was a excellent comparison.  I have to say I don't envy Facebook atm.  Without Bing and proper productivity apps, it is down Amnesia Lane pretty soon.  With MS having lined up as a G+ competitor, I don't really envision MS and FB staying in bed much further.  
Facebook is enormously addictive for many people so it will certainly be one of the "power players" for a very long time even without the MS relationship.  MS has made some very good moves in consumer technology recently and could eventually stand on its own in the social networking space.  It will definitely be interesting to watch.
Well, if it wasn't for having kids on FB, I'd close my account.  Keeping tabs of friends and family is not that exciting - and keeping touch IRL is so much more rewarding.
haha, very funny to your sharing. Thanks.
if this real So So So funny but it is still funny
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