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Saturday, April 02, 2016

Dropout Sells Business To Google For $750Mn; With ‘Gigs’ Instead of Jobs, Workers Bear New Burdens;

Names that break computers; Soon enough, there will be little we do that isn't tracked and analyzed by industry; Parking is always temporary- consider the value possibility that a home next to an unsightly parking garage may one day be situated next to a new park or a new block of coffee shops and restaurants; New Citrix CEO discusses business-IT balancing act and .. sea level rise: Climate experts warn Miami Beach is a sinking ship 

  1. Soon enough, there will be little we do that isn't tracked and analyzed by industry. (via Los Angeles Times Opinion) Let's rein in the Internet of Things before it's too late http://fw.to/ihysIth
    Let's rein in the Internet of Things before it's too late
  2. Owen Frager
    "consider the possibility that a home next to an unsightly parking garage may one day be situated next to a new park or a new block of coffee shops and restaurants."
    The American City Was Built for Cars. What Will Happen When They All Leave?
  3. Owen Frager
    Prudential pulls a fast one on long-term care insurance policyholders http://fw.to/cqiXuLb
    Prudential pulls a fast one on long-term care insurance policyholders
  4. Owen Frager
    These unlucky people have names that break computers https://lnkd.in/b5y6fid via @BBC_Future
    These unlucky people have names that break computers
  5. Owen Frager
    Climate experts warn Miami Beach is a sinking ship Experts are issuing serious warnings about rising sea levels and climate change, and Miami Beach officials are starting to pay attention. Calculating that Miami Beach could start
    Coastal Cities Prepare For Rising Sea Levels


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