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  1. Google as Your Identity Provider: Where Are We Now?

    Pandora knows I'm over 13, but not when I was born. It is a program that is federally overseen, but privately run with identity verification (online) in mind. The NSTIC (National Strategies for Trusted Identities in Cyberspace) the online Identity...

  2. Bob Moog Rocks Google Homepage With Synthesizer Logo You Can Play

    Google’s homepage logo today celebrates Robert “Bob” Moog, electronica pioneer and inventor of the Moog synthesizer, who was born on this date in 1934. Animoog creators explain the transition to mobile synth on the Moog Music website, saying their...

  3. What J.K. Rowling Can Teach PPC Marketers About Reaching Ideal Prospects

    Kevin was never much of a runner, but since his boss lent him Born to Run, he’s been jogging around the neighborhood a couple evenings a week. If you sell minimalist athletic shoes, your Avatars may include a follower of the Paleo diet, a yoga...

  4. Social TV Grows Up: Communities and Advertisers Flock

    Born in the bowels of Comcast Interactive Media as a skunk-works project, Tunerfish spun out (kind of) and headed to Silicon Valley to mature. This will be the year when social and entertainment start to blend so much that telling the difference...

  5. Google Loves Lucy: Lucille Ball’s 100th Birthday Celebrated with Google Logo

    Arnaz said of her mother, who was born on Aug.and died April 26, 1989. For those who get the Hallmark Channel, an “I Love Lucy” marathon began at 5 a.m.today and will run through 8 a.m.on Monday. Google is celebrating the 100th birthday of Lucille...

  6. Is Charlie Chaplin's Body Missing Again? New Zealand Chaplin Doodle Is A Mystery

    It's a tradition that was born out of that, and after users responded well to that, we found a way to .bring it into our company's identity. If something fun comes up that we think our users will be excited about and that we find really exciting...

  7. Q&A with Jason Calacanis, Founder & CEO, Mahalo.com

    Kevin Heisler: You're a natural-born seller. JC: I've learned long ago that it's really hard to run multiple companies at the same time. Five years ago, Jason sold Weblogs, Inc.a network of 85 blogs, to AOL for $25 million.