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Andy Plesser

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AOL Links with Google's YouTube for Original Content Syndication

Andy Plesser | May 30, 2013 | Technology
AOL, the fastest-growing video destination in the United States, has linked a deal to publish its original videos on YouTube as a means to gain additional scale, says Ran Harnevo, SVP for Video at AOL On, in this interview with Beet.TV...
Shawn Amos

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WATCH: 60 Seconds of Social Media

Shawn Amos | December 1, 2012 | Entertainment
Is 2012 the Year of the Bashtag? More than ever before, we're seeing Twitter hashtags gone wild.
Lindsay Edmunds

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Here Come the Robots... Can We Keep Up With Them?

Lindsay Edmunds | December 1, 2012 | Technology
We know what machines programmed for intelligence would think of texting while driving. They would find a way to prevent it. Unless, of course, they don't like us at all. Unless they want to get us out of the way.
Bill Destler

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Why Electric Cars Are Our Future

Bill Destler | December 1, 2012 | Technology
Here are a few of the reasons that I have learned that lead me to believe that within 50 years a majority of our cars will be equipped with electric drivetrains.
Jeanette Cajide

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Facebook's Gift Platform Makes the Act of Giving Easier

Jeanette Cajide | December 1, 2012 | Technology
It seems like social e-commerce is an obvious fit for Facebook, given its mission to make the world more connected.
Catherine McKenzie

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Should Twitter Decide Our Political Leaders? Uh, No

Catherine McKenzie | December 1, 2012 | Politics
Why is the number of Twitter followers he has even part of the discussion? By this logic, Lady Gaga (with almost 30 million Twitter followers, approaching the entire population of Canada) would have the U.S. election in the bag if she decided to run.
James L. McQuivey

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Digital Disruption Is Harder to Face Than You Think

James L. McQuivey | December 1, 2012 | Technology
We've all heard the word disruption. Most of us think we know what that is. And we've all heard the word digital. Most of us think we know what that is, too. But put them together -- digital disruption -- and they add up to much more than the mere sum of their parts.
Denise Gosnell

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iPhone 5 Review: The Top 10 New Features That Will Help Your Small Business Grow

Denise Gosnell | December 1, 2012 | Technology
I've had my iPhone 5 for less than a week, and I'm really glad I upgraded from my iPhone 4. I will admit, there are still a few annoyances, such as having to buy adapters to connect with my existing equipment.
Chitra Nawbatt

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The Philadelphia Fashion Incubator: Supporting Innovation and Entrepreneurship

Chitra Nawbatt | December 1, 2012 | Small Business
When we think of successful business creation and development, we focus on the fundamental business model, value proposition, strategy, organization and alignment of resources, and focused and disciplined execution of that strategy.
David J. Kappos

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Patents for Humanity

David J. Kappos | December 1, 2012 | Impact
To be sure, significant challenges remain. There is no one-shot (or one-click) panacea to the world's patent issues. But what is frequently lost in the public discussion is that tremendous positive changes are already underway.
David Sable

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Castles in the Cloud

David Sable | December 1, 2012 | Media
We have become so used to decimal-notated releases that we blindly accept whatever we are told and put up with inferior products and services that we would never accept in our off-line real world.
Chris Kelly

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Mitt Romney: The DIVX Candidate

Chris Kelly | December 1, 2012 | Comedy
No one wanted DIVX. It was just a wish list from the studios. But you can see why they tried it. "I get everything and you get nothing" isn't much of an proposition, but it's worth a shot. Mitt Romney's the same offer, in political terms.
James Sims

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Smile, Broadway! You're on Instagram

James Sims | December 1, 2012 | Arts
Should photos taken from inside of a theater be considered negative mentions, thus not warranting a "like"? It's a question the Broadway community needs to re-evaluate -- quickly.
Shelly Palmer

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Reviewing The Verizon iPhone 7

Shelly Palmer | December 1, 2012 | Technology
June 2015 - Dateline Cupertino, CA - In a somewhat anticipated, kind of lackluster presentation that felt old and threadbare, Apple announced the debut of the iPhone 7 today to tepid applause and few accolades.
Russell J. Sapienza, Jr.

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Ready, Willing and Able? Consumer Attitudes on Data Privacy

Russell J. Sapienza, Jr. | September 6, 2013 | Technology
Today's consumers are eager for companies to deliver stimulating entertainment and media services -- and for the most part are willing to share personal information to get it.
Jay Acunzo

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How to Create Conversation and Follower Responses

Jay Acunzo | December 1, 2012 | Business
In a social, public world, conversations can connect consumers to each other and spill over into each of their social graphs, thus spreading the brand's message.
Suresh Balaji

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The Stream Series 2012: Returning to a Childlike State of Mind

Suresh Balaji | December 1, 2012 | Technology
WPP Stream was about learning about what inspired others and finding inspiration for yourself. Many a new idea premiered in those two days. These eccentric ideas at Xstream will soon become part of the mainstream.
Amy Lovett

On Being a Rebel: UX to POPs @ HuffPost

Amy Lovett | December 1, 2012 | Technology
Being a rebel means you are strong, passionate, and brave; however, a rebel isn't effective or powerful if the negative aspects of the rebel outshine the positive.
Steven Cohen

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Distance Learning and the Future of Education

Steven Cohen | December 1, 2012 | Education
Modern economies and technologies require life-long learning. Education, like health care, must advance its content and delivery systems to keep pace with emerging needs. Distance learning will be one part of our educational future. But it won't be the only part.