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File-Sharing Doesn’t Hurt Box Office Revenue, Research Finds

TorrentFreak

Research into online piracy comes in all shapes and sizes, often with equally mixed results. Often the main question is whether piracy is hurting sales.

A new study conducted by economist Koleman Strumpf is one

 

LinkedIn behind the scenes: How multiple apps evolved into a mobile platform for your work life

The Next Web by Josh Ong

When LinkedIn decided to prioritize mobile development, it didn’t just double down on apps, it went all-in. The company-wide initiative, dubbed Mobilize,

Inside the Artificial Brain That’s Remaking the Google Empire

Wired Top Stories

 

It was one of the most tedious jobs on the internet. A team of Googlers would spend day after day staring at computer screens, scrutinizing tiny snippets of street photographs, asking themselves the same question over and over again: “Am I looking at an address or not?’ Click. Yes. Click. Yes. Click. No. This was

Yo, Emoj.li and the Rise of the Gimmick Social Network

social media vb by Evan LePage

On Yo, you can send your contacts a message containing only one word: “yo.” Launched 2 weeks ago and having already garnered a surprising $1 million in funding, Yo is the perfect example of a new trend in social media: the rise of gimmick social networks

 

This design concept shows how beautiful Wikipedia could be

The Next Web by Kaylene Hong

We’ve all gotten used to how Wikipedia looks, but a Berlin-based interface designer recently dreamed up a whole new look for the trusty online encyclopedia

Inside the Artificial Brain That’s Remaking the Google Empire

Wired Top Stories

It was one of the most tedious jobs on the internet

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