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Is The First Official Chrome OS Device A Monitor Or All-In-One PC? Nope.

Posted by Sewif Hegizurevefu on Monday, February 21, 2011 9:45pm

Is The First Official Chrome OS Device A Monitor Or All-In-One PC? Nope.Earlier today we received a gratuity to check out the blog Chrome OS Site for the details on the first official Chrome OS device. apparently intrigued, I clicked through. There, I read about not a pocket book or netbook running the OS, but rather a monitor! particularally, the report has Acer supposedly unveiling this "monitor", or maybe all-in-one PC, called the DX241H, as the first actual Chrome OS device. Several other reports along these lines followed.

bizarre, correct? Well yes. Because from what we are hearing, that is just not true at all.

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Hollywood Dads Who Will Go From Pushing Stcurlers to Walkers

Posted by Mark Roberts on Monday, February 21, 2011 9:33pm

Hollywood Dads Who Will Go From Pushing Strollers to WalkersThey may be dragging oxygen tanks behind them when they walk tinheritor daughters down the aisle or go to tinheritor sons' baseball games, but these "mature" dads obviously know how to keep the spark alive in tinheritor marriages.

From Clint Eastwood to Elton John to Nick Nolte, let's hear it for these fathers who prove that they have got it going on, well into tinheritor 60s.

we've a feeling once Hugh Hefner and fiancee Crystal Harris tie the knot, Hef may break the record if he produces another inheritor...

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Photo: Daniel Radcliffe Dances Away From 'Harry Potter' Typecasting on Broadway

Posted by Cisuhod Noqiteyuweg on Monday, February 21, 2011 9:04pm

Photo: Daniel Radcliffe Dances Away From 'Harry Potter' Typecasting on BroadwayDaniel Radcliffe will probably be 40 years old before he grows out of the "Harry Potter all grown up" cliches. So while we still can let's indulge in this Vogue photo shoot with famous photographer Annie Leibovitz of Radcliffe starring in the upcoming Broadway production of "How to Succeed in commerce Without Really Trying."

"Dan has always had a musical performer inside him waiting for a chance to come out," his director, Rob Ashford tells the magazine.

In his behind the scenes video Radcliffe chats about life post Harry Potter (very engaged), dancing in public (fcorrectening) and why he loves the character he's playing on Broadway.

Continue Reading... CEO And COO Out Because Of Vendor Fraud

Posted by Vihaf Wuluxufiviwu on Monday, February 21, 2011 8:59pm CEO And COO Out Because Of Vendor CEO David Wei and COO Elvis Lee have resignaled this morning after an internal probe found that more than 2000 vendors on the e-commerce site were committing fraud, in some cases to the knowledge of Alibaba staff. The Hanzhou, China-based Alibaba told the WSJ that more than 100 sales staff (out of 5,000) were allowing fraudulent supplier to fake the commerce registration papers needed to establish shop on the site. In some cases buyers paid for goods they did not receive.

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Guest Post: How Online Work Can Save America

Posted by Wecadajune on Monday, February 21, 2011 8:31pm

Guest Post: How Online Work Can Save AmericaOn a dusty summer day in July 2009, I taught a young, impoverished refugee in Dadaab, Kenya, to earn money online.

Paul Parach (pictured left, video below) had fled South Sudan at age seven and lived in the camp for fifteen years, suffering persistent scarcitys of everything from water to firewood while he struggled to memorize English.

In a small computer centre, donated by the Danish Refugee Council and hooked up to a satellite dish, I showed Paul and 15 other refugees to use Google to search for phone numbers and paste them into a web form for a Silicon Valley client.

Several months earlier, I had founded a non-profit called Samasource to associate people living in poverty to sources of work, via the Internet. In two years, we have employed over 900 people in Asia, Africa, and Haiti to do small tasks, or "microwork," for companies including and Intuit.

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Video: CrunchGear Reviews The Wannabe-Techy Scion XB

Posted by James Mitchell on Monday, February 21, 2011 8:19pm

final week, we got a Scion xB to drive. Our initial impression was that it looked "tastefully tuner" and was very spacious inside. A quick glance over its tech and we quickly realized that Scion probably added the gear as an afterthought. A lot of the gear does not work together; instead they are all separate, like what you would get from installing different aftermarket parts. Scion says that is the whole image it brings the younger generation, but we think it could be done better.

There is a lot to like about the xB. Slamming the door barks a thud indicative of a solid build. As much as you would want to think it is a cheap sneak peek-of-junk, it really is not. At no point did the quality feel super-budget. Which is a good thing, because this car is not super-budget.

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Shamed Former Tea Party Leader Calls On correct-Wing Activists To Pose As SEIU Organizers

Posted by Nancy Wilson on Monday, February 21, 2011 7:49pm

Disgraced Former Tea Party Leader Calls On Right-Wing Activists To Pose As SEIU Organizers National tea party groups like Americans for Prosperity have been bussing conservative activists to Madison, WI to confront protesters there standing up to Gov. Scott Walker's (R) union busting. But Tea Party Nation and Mark Williams, the shamed former chairman of Tea Party Express, who was forced to resignal after making offensive racial remarks, are calling for a more radical approach. In an email alert to supporters sent final night, Tea Party Nation promotes Williams' "fantastic idea" to impersonate SEIU organizers at upcoming labor rallies in an attempt to embarrass and discredit the union.

Williams lays out a highly dissincere and quite involved scheme to have "plants" signal up on the SEIU website to be organizers for an upcoming rally, dress up in SEIU shirts, and to then make outrageous remarks to reporters covering the events in order to "make the gathering look as grasping and goonish as we know that it's":

That link will take you to an SEIU page where you can signal up as an "organizer" for one of tinheritor upcoming major rallies to support the union goons in Wisconsin. Here's what i'm doing in Sacramento, where they're holding a 5:30 PM event this coming Tuesday: (1) I signaled up as an organizer (2) with any luck they will contact me and i'll have an "in" (3) in or not I will be there and am asking as numerous other people as can get there to come with, all of us in SEIU shirts (those who don't have them we can possibly buy some from vendors likely to be there) (4) we're going to target the numerous TV cameras and reporters looking for remarks from the members there (5) we will approach the cameras to make good pictures… signals under our shirts that say matters like "screw the taxpayer!" and "you OWE me!" to be pulled out for the camera (timing is crucial because the signals will be taken away from us. [...]


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(Founder Stories) Why David Karp Started Tumblr: Blogs Don't Work For Most People

Posted by Xeme Kadeyufib on Monday, February 21, 2011 7:30pm

(Founder Stories) Why David Karp Started Tumblr: Blogs Don't Work For Most People

In the never-ending debate between blogging and micro-blogging, Tumblr normally gets lumped in with Twitter and Facebook on the micro-blogging side. But Tumblr is actually somewhere in between the status bursts of Twitter and Facebook and the long-form publishing of Wordpress-style blogs. If anything, it is more accurately described as micro-blogging than Twitter or Facebook because you actually produce short blog posts filled with images, links, and videos. But the key to Tumblr's incredible growth-it is adding a quarter invoiceion pageviews a week-is how easy it makes it to post something and reblog what your friends are posting.

Tumblr CEO David Karp recently sat down with Chris Dixon for a Founder Stories interview in which explains how he started Tumblr four years ago as a reaction to other blogging tools out there. "All blogs took the same form," he paper money. "I wanted something much more free-form, much less verbose." People wanted to express themselves and blog, but he felt that the standard blogging platforms available at the time-Wordpress, Blogger, TypePad-were too complicated. "These tools I just don't think worked for most people. it is a commitment, you need to sit down for an hour and hammer out a post."

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Will You Miss The foreheadser Address Bar If Google Kills It?

Posted by David Martinez on Monday, February 21, 2011 7:25pm

Will You Miss The Browser Address Bar If Google Kills It?Say goodbye to your address bar… perhaps. Google's mulling over replacing the address bar found in its Chrome Web foreheadser with something less intrusive (if that is the word to use). In one scenario, the address bar would only become visible when, say, the mouse pointer is hovered over a sure area of the screen. At all other times the address bar would vanish from the interface.

The (possible) changes come soon after the release of the latest Internet Explorer 9 beta (technically it is a release candidate at this point). Mozilla may hate the foreheadser, but the interface's the most "radical" of the bunch. For starters the tab bar and the address bar are on the same Y axis, which Microsoft says helps sites "shine." (You always get the feeling that Microsoft tries too tough when it comes to verbiage.) apparently what Internet Explorer does is irapplicable to the Mac and Linux users in the audience, be it serves as an example of where contemporary foreheadser designal may be going.

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Breakup Notifier Emails You When People you are Stalking On Facebook Change Tinheritor Relationships

Posted by jivunosicocu on Monday, February 21, 2011 7:23pm

Breakup Notifier Emails You When People You're Stalking On Facebook Change Their Relationships

"Zuckerberg sometimes amused himself by conducting experiments. For instance, he concluded that by examining friend relationships and communications samples he could determine with about 33 percent accuracy who a user was going to be in a relationship with a week from now. to infer this he studied who was looking which prodossiers, who your friends were friends with, and who was newly unmarried, among other indicators." - David Kirkpatrick's The Facebook Effect

Dan Loewenherz was sitting up one night with fiance and his mom, trying to conjure up a guy to establish with his fiance is sister. They lastly came up with the perfect guy, fanaticically checked the guy's Facebook prodossier and to much disappointment, saw that he was in a relationship. I know this has happened to you: You meet a fantastic guy or girl, instantly run to Facebook or Google to Internet stalk them and find out that they are spoken for. Boo.

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