A short disclaimer: This post is about my experiences as a woman and as a non-physicist while at CERN. I feel that these are two separate issues, but I am having difficulty addressing them separately, since my experiences as a woman are so closely related to my experiences as a non-physicist in…
O Catarse é um site que tem um modelo de funcionar diferente do que a gente tá acostumado por aí. Pra tirar todas as dúvidas de o que você tem que fazer para apoiar um projeto, fizemos esse pequeno guia.
1) Cadastre-se no Catarse. Isso é bem fácil, é só acessar o botão “Cadastre-se” ali em…
Given my post last night, this will probably sound like piling on. But I’m sorry, it’s the first thing that comes to mind. I don’t see how it can’t.
How on Earth is Google going to avoid antitrust inquiries with their new Search+ features announced today? If Facebook, Twitter, etc, have any decent presence in DC, the ball began rolling a few hours ago.
This is the type of case that Senators die for. Google wrapped it in a bow and placed it in one of their laps.
Most of the broader antitrust concerns against Google are bullshit in my opinion. You can argue that they have a monopoly on search, but it’s a natural one. They’ve earned it. They’re simply better at search than their competitors. This has always been true. It remains true.
But when they use that natural monopoly to start pushing into other verticals, things get gray. Travel, restaurant reviews, etc, etc. We see more of it each year.
We figured we could do it in a hundred years,” [UT Austin University Librarian Fred Heath] said. Google did it in two.
Lest we forget the incredible value proposition that Google presented to research libraries who participated in the scanning project.
Tech Tonic : BlackBerry founders no longer top dogs
As the founders and CEOs of Research in Motion, Jim Balsillie and Mike Lazaridis were kings of the smartphone not so long ago. How the mighty have fallen - BlackBerrys are now lagging behind iPhones and Androids in the race for smartphone supremacy and as a result, Balsillie and Lazaridis are no longer the top dogs at RIM, stepping down as CEOs. Anthony DeRosa doesn’t see a bright future for RIM or BlackBerry anytime soon as the fledgling company plays catch-up.