The Man | The Mind | The Curtain

Feb 20

This is just cool.

http://www.fastcodesign.com/1671916/watch-a-first-look-at-google-glass-at-work?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+fastcompany%2Fheadlines+%28Fast+Company%29#1

Google testing a local delivery service.  To compete with amazon and the likes. Love decentralized distribution. And I wish that transparency report had a little more insight into Sergey’s mind.

Engadget Article
Mar 6

Google testing a local delivery service.  To compete with amazon and the likes. Love decentralized distribution. And I wish that transparency report had a little more insight into Sergey’s mind.

Engadget Article

California to pass the “Right to Know Act of 2013” making personal data collected, analyzed, and shared by tech corporations available to individuals.  This is a great step in the right direction for information.
"Man Requests info collected by Facebook and received a 1,200 page document."
Article
Apr 4

California to pass the “Right to Know Act of 2013” making personal data collected, analyzed, and shared by tech corporations available to individuals.  This is a great step in the right direction for information.

"Man Requests info collected by Facebook and received a 1,200 page document."

Article

parislemon:

Such a great logo.
Oh, and a good post by Anthony Crupi for AdWeek: Legacy Cable Operators in Austin Are Terrified of Google Fiber.
Crupi:

On paper, literally everything about Google Fiber makes standard digital-cable service look like something that was cobbled together by members of a lesser phylum. Boasting gigabit download/upload speeds (up to 1,000 Megabits per second), Google’s connectivity is roughly 70 times faster than Time Warner Cable’s standard 15 Mbps plan. 

The incumbents are scared shitless. And rightfully so. For far too long they’ve coasted on their over-priced crap services.
Apr 16

parislemon:

Such a great logo.

Oh, and a good post by Anthony Crupi for AdWeek: Legacy Cable Operators in Austin Are Terrified of Google Fiber.

Crupi:

On paper, literally everything about Google Fiber makes standard digital-cable service look like something that was cobbled together by members of a lesser phylum. Boasting gigabit download/upload speeds (up to 1,000 Megabits per second), Google’s connectivity is roughly 70 times faster than Time Warner Cable’s standard 15 Mbps plan. 

The incumbents are scared shitless. And rightfully so. For far too long they’ve coasted on their over-priced crap services.