Monthly Archives: January 2011

AMBER Alerts on Facebook

Mashable.com reports that you can now receive AMBER Alert notifications for your state on facebook. Apparently, the site has already helped track down a 12-year-old and her abductor, and I don’t see why it couldn’t help solve innumerable cases. This, … Continue reading

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Building an “identity ecosystem”

Building an “identity ecosystem” The White House’s Cybersecurity Coordinator, Howard Schmidt, coined the “identity ecosystem” term in discussing the government’s intimation that they will be giving every American their very own Internet ID in the coming months. Great, you might … Continue reading

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Answer Me This

Quora, a new social network of questions and answers supplied and edited by you and me, could be a huge leap forward in the wiki world.  I might even start looking for answers on Quora instead of Google. Have you … Continue reading

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