Archive for the ‘View’ tag
On Friday, Google sent a letter to the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) admitting that they had broken their 2010 promise to delete certain Street View data. The data, which included information related to users’ private email addresses, passwords, and web/picture search history, was illegally collected by the Google Street View vehicles from unprotected wireless networks. [...]
“Cities in the western world are restructuring themselves (recycling, reusing, restoring, rehabilitating) in an unprecedented period of social re-invention. This requires a whole new thinking about values and points of view.”
– Gerald Tremblay, New Design Cities
From my webinar yesterday. Have a gander. The video’s going live in a few hours:
I’m in Israel right now, and for some of the trip I’m meeting with some fantastic startups, venture capitalists, and other connectors, doers, and thinkers here. I could be here all year and still not have time to meet everyone I’d want to in Tel Aviv alone.
I went up to Herzliya as the guest of Carmel Ventures to present to their partners, startups, and other guests on How Startups Can Connect with Brands. An annotated, downloadable version of the presentation is below. It follows last week’s launch of Startup Outlook. Expect more to come.
I once read a provocative question by Eric Ward (that I will paraphrase): “If the search engines went away tomorrow, how would anyone find your website?” Now, you might say, “That is a big ‘IF’- Google isn’t going anywhere anytime soon.” Then again, if you were hit by one of the recent algorithm changes, Google [...]
Change just one letter and it becomes a universal story.
Reshared post from +Vic Gundotra
This is how to tell a story.
Congratulations to P&G on what I think is the best ad I’ve seen this year.
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