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Instagram is providing a peek into the future of advertising. Let's see if you like it.
Is a home page a reference card or a magazine cover? We still don't know.
This smells user tested, like the Obama campaign's famous "Hey." subject line.
If you want to stop social networking services from exploiting your likeness for advertising, you've got to start paying up.
This predelegation of nuclear launch authority was real. And terrifying.
Which just so happens to be a key plank in most greens' vision of the energy future.
You never imagine it happens on a sunny day.
There's a simple answer: people.
We're looking back at the photos that defined the sociotechnical changes of the year.
Could human and machine forecasters work together to increase the intelligence agencies' foresight?
Whole new categories of weird noise are being introduced into the news world as a result of Google's algorithm, whatever its virtues.
A look back at the biggest technology stories of the year
"Weird to think an error in some data center can reach its quavering tentacle into your laptop and bring down one of your apps."
"Creativity is not a process, right?"
Under the banner of G+.
As the Wall Street Journal puts it: Sandy alters "reality."