weekly tweet roundup

  • on lawyers, patents, wish-granting beings and defined terms. intrigued, aren't you? #
  • am i the only one creeped out by the faceless head now on the UL corner of chrome? #
  • why does chrome suck up so much memory? #
  • simple (but very smart) idea. use something other than jets to taxi planes. always wondered why they didn't. #
  • fascinating predictions by ieee on the implications of autonomous cars. most make a lot of sense. #
  • surprising. new pricing and features for office 365 quite tempting. #
  • unpinned: igoogle, google+, klout, linked in. pinned: google apps, asana, feedly. #
  • neat but scary RT @ChHsiang: Getting into any readers' minds through #eBook #analytics – this gets me so excited!! #
  • trying out feedly to replace igoogle. so far, very nice indeed. #
  • warp drive in our lifetimes? nasa guy suggests it's "possible". nice to dream but call me cynical. #

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Recent Tweets

  • on a more serious note, if this tech scales & is cost effective, wonder what impact it might have on satellite/mobile…. 3 days ago
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  • casetext seems like a handy tool for writing legal articles. too bad it seems to cover only the us. 4 days ago
  • intel/micron unveil storage 1000x faster & 10x denser than SSDs. available next year. wow. 4 days ago
  • the business rationale for lifetime upgrades for windows 10, plus the approach for corporate users. interesting. 4 days ago
  • while typing patterns can be used for authentication, they can also be used to unmask anonymity. slightly worrisome. 5 days ago
  • crtc orders canadian incumbent carriers to share fibre with competitors. 1 week ago
  • toronto fails to get injunction against uber – court says by-law doesn’t capture what uber does. interesting. 2 weeks ago
  • consultant alleges oracle uses audits and breach notices to persuade customers to buy more. hmmm. 2 weeks ago
  • the “business models” of cybercrime. interesting look at how they make their money and how much they make. 2 weeks ago

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