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The Genius of #YouTubeAsksObama

Young people are the future of this country and the world, plain and simple. The way young people connect is vital to understanding how you can reach that audience and how young people will change the world. Young people connect in this ever-changing world of digital media like a skilled marksman can hit a target, with precision and determination. Show More Summary

Building an Internet Movement from the Bottom-Up

In the early days of the Arab Spring, Wael Ghonim declared, "If you want to liberate a society, just give them the Internet." In retrospect Ghonim, a well-known Egyptian activist at the center of Cairo protests, should not have stopped there. Show More Summary

Moon Race Heats Up as Five Teams Take Home $5.25 Million

By Peter Diamandis Chairman/CEO, XPRIZE Since the start of the Space Age in 1957, only three countries have ever made it to the moon: the United States, Russia (the USSR) and China. In fact, in the early days of the 1960's moon race,...Show More Summary

Many Small Steps for a Man, Giant Leaps for Tech: CES 2015 Highlights

The International Consumer Electronics Show ( CES ) in Las Vegas is like the white whale in Moby Dick: Every time you hear about it, it's getting bigger; you have to travel through oceans of information to grasp it, and if you don'tShow More Summary

The Dark Web Commerce Stack, Or How to Eff Up the Net

An interesting dive into how to transact in "Deep Web Marketplaces" by the folks at and USV. A deep web marketplace, like the recently departed Silk Road, is an Ebay of anonymous e-commerce. Other elements of the stack include: Payments:...Show More Summary

Is Social Media in Financial Services a Friend or Foe?

Social media regulation for the financial services is now a reality. But is this just another compliance hurdle, or does it offer several opportunities? When you bring together decision-makers and regulators to look at how social media...Show More Summary

7 Cool Ways to Have Fun Online While Protecting Your Privacy

Jennifer Lawrence nude photos leaked online. Sony emails hacked. Facebook tracks us everywhere and experiments with our emotions. Google steals our passwords and networks. Snapchat pictures don't disappear. "TRUSTe Certified" is a fraud. Show More Summary

The 20 Best Food Instagrammers in the Country

By: Dan Gentile Everyone's heard the joke about how much a hipster weighs. An Instagram, obviously. But given the amount of food porn on there, the social photography network is less like a pair of skinny jeans and more like a pair of basic-as-hell jeans. So to help feed you the best food... Show More Summary

Technology Drives a Golden Age For Customer Care

The push for exceptional customer experiences, that not only meet customer expectations but also differentiate brands from their competitors, saw some truly innovate their customer care offerings in 2014, and this will only continue in 2015. There is no reason for customer support interactions to be homogenous across industries, brands and customers. Show More Summary

Peter Diamandis' Bold a Reminder of How Entrepreneurs Will Control the World's Fate

Just as an asteroid wiped out the dinosaurs that ruled the Earth and made way for small, furry mammals, a new wave of planetary disruptions is about to occur. The new asteroid is called "exponential technology." It is going to wipe out...Show More Summary

Should Banks Be Allowed to Robocall Your Mobile Phone?

According to the Telephone Consumer Protection Act, it's illegal to robocall a mobile phone number without permission. The American Bankers Association wants to change that, arguing that robocalls will help fight identity theft and other kinds of fraud. Show More Summary

The Future of Computing Is Your Face

By Noah J. Nelson (@noahjnelson) One thing has become very clear in the last year, and it was drawn into even sharper focus this week: the future of computing is going to take place right on our faces. Whether it is in the form of virtual reality (e.g. Show More Summary

CEO Mark Fields Drives Ford into the 'Mobility' Business (Post + Podcast)

Larry Magid interviews Ford CEO Mark Fields As you walk around the parking lot, garage and labs at Ford's newly opened Silicon Valley Research Center, you see plenty of cars and trucks along with all sorts of electronic gear. But there...Show More Summary

Why Internet Security Matters

Now that the Internet is an integral part of our lives, it's easy to forget that 15 years ago it didn't even exist, at least for most people. In fact, the Internet has been around for more than 45 years, with the original iteration functioning...Show More Summary

I Was Addicted to Sexting

"I don't send sexy pictures. I mean, that's like a virtual hickey," began Stephanie, the most logical of my college friends. "Someone has marked their territory on you. They own your image." It was sound advice. I probably should have...Show More Summary

Excuse You, Can You Put Your Wearable Away?

As long as we've had society, we've had etiquette. There have always been "ways one should behave" in various situations, whether that is a meeting or a dinner party. Then... along came wearables, something that the etiquette books were...Show More Summary

The Application Economy

We are in the midst of a fundamental, global transformation in the way people consume and interact with information. The proliferation of software and mobile connectivity is granting access to information and services to billions of mobile users around the world. Show More Summary

No, I Won't Apologize For Instagramming My Brunch

I'm that girl. I take photos of brunch and post them on Instagram. I'll roll down the cab's window as we drive over the bridge and take a picture of Manhattan's skyline. I experiment with filters and will spend more time playing with a photo's saturation and contrast than you might find appropriate. I'm not going to apologize, though. Show More Summary

Peacebuilding Reboot

In December I met three inspiring girls, all about 13 years old, in Mumbai India. They'd come from Dharavi, the largest slum in Asia, to demonstrate the mobile app they'd developed to counter gender violence. It sounded an alarm, sent a help message to friends, and shared their location. Show More Summary

At Last, Sensible Immigration Reform May Have a Chance in Washington

Immigration reform has stalled because of ugly Republican politics and an insistence by the Democrats that it be all or nothing. This has taken a toll on the country's economic growth and global competitiveness. Witness the rise of Chinese companies such as Alibaba and Xiaomi -- which now have their eyes on U.S. Show More Summary

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