December 2010

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New Google Phone Service Whispers Targeted Ads Directly Into Users’ Ears

From the onion a very funny video New Google Phone Service Whispers Targeted Ads Directly Into Users’ Ears

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Foursquare adds photos and comments, finally

Foursquare has added two heavily requested features to its popular iPhone app that should make the service significantly more social: photos and comments. The new features let you attach photos to checkins, tips and venues, and add comments to the checkins of your friends. These social updates, released just in time for the holidays, will […]

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Viber for iPhone: Call anyone, anywhere for free

Viber is an iPhone application (Android and Blackberry versions coming soon!) that lets you make free phone calls to other iPhone users that have Viber installed. When you use Viber, your phone calls to any other Viber user are free, and the sound quality is much better than a regular call. You can call any […]

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Having breakfast by the pool

Life is good ;-) 26 degree and Geneva airport closed…

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Chiling out at the pool bar

Enjoying a Gazelle beer by the pool.

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Google body browser

Google has recently demoed an interesting WebGL application called Body Browser, which lets you explore the human body just like you can explore the world in Google Earth. Now you can try Google Body Browser before it’s added to Google Labs, assuming that you have a WebGL-enabled browser: * WebGL is available, but not enabled […]

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Gmail can now restore deleted contacts

So what if Google knows and remembers all our data, at least it’s turning that stuff into something useful. The latest enhancement to its Gmail client is a neat Contacts restoration option, which can rewind you back to a maximum of 30 days ago, offering a chance to recover rashly deleted email addresses or to remedy an ill-advised sync with any […]

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Melinda French Gates: What nonprofits can learn from Coca-Cola

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Great Optical Illusion

If you are sited infront of your computer the angry one is on the left and the calmed one on your right. Now if you walk away from your computer and increase the distance you will see that the calmend one is now on the left and the angry one on the right. Incredible now they are in […]

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Multiple Gmail Accounts Just Got a Lot Easier to Manage

Google’s announced yet another awesome Gmail feature today. Called e-mail delegation, the feature will allow you to easily manage multiple Gmail accounts without signing in and out of Gmail and switching accounts manually. Originally, e-mail delegation was useful for granting others access to your primary Gmail account — personal assistants, for example. With today’s changes, […]

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Saly Portudal, Senegal

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Speedflying in Wengen 2010

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Sparrow, new email client for Mac

I came across a new email client for Mac: Sparrow Sparrow is in beta (v6) and it is free. It works with Google and Google apps, and the advantages that has over Mac Mail is that you can archive and see labels, pretty much like you see it in the web, with conversations, etc…. It is beautiful, […]

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Social Networking: The Present

Social Networking in Web 2.0: Plaxo & LinkedIn Mark Suster who joined GRP Partners in 2007 after having worked with GRP for nearly 8 years as a two-time entrepreneur. Most recently Mark was Vice President, Product Management at Salesforce.comI wrote in his last post where he discussed the origins of social networking online, beginning with CompuServe, […]

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Children see… children do

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