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weekly tweet roundup

  • not appreciating the google apps rigamarole on multiple devices. #
  • linked in. down again. "momentarily". <grumble, grumble> http://t.co/uesVH1G0 #
  • automagically create 3d models from photos. then have it made. neat. http://t.co/fKyzgCWo #
  • on the employability of philosophy majors. http://t.co/LtGCTPj7 #
  • migrating from personal google to google apps (or rather inability to) is a royal pain. #
  • i for one welcome our extremely fast cheetah-like sprinting robotic overlords. http://t.co/GXHMUTnp #
  • dammit. figures. 2 days after i buy a nexus 7, kindle launches a cheaper, better tablet. #
  • Ethernet standard (802.3) gets updated by IEEE. I've always liked wires more. http://t.co/hUNyjveP #
  • seinfeld rails against iphone cases. i'm not as offended, but meh, why bother? http://t.co/QdlvYOzQ #
  • best piece out of the many i've read on whole apple/udid/fbi debacle. worth a read. http://t.co/Sim5NiWn #
  • great piece on tesla's selling model and the existing auto distro system. http://t.co/KzduRkCU h/t @spelton #
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  • the business rationale for lifetime upgrades for windows 10, plus the approach for corporate users. interesting. d-ma.ca/1DQhTmt 3 days ago
  • while typing patterns can be used for authentication, they can also be used to unmask anonymity. slightly worrisome. d-ma.ca/1SNFvPx 3 days ago
  • crtc orders canadian incumbent carriers to share fibre with competitors. d-ma.ca/1JDky5a 1 week ago
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  • consultant alleges oracle uses audits and breach notices to persuade customers to buy more. hmmm. d-ma.ca/1TP4KDB 1 week ago
  • the “business models” of cybercrime. interesting look at how they make their money and how much they make. d-ma.ca/1Dtgu5e 2 weeks ago

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