Recommended Links (Ed. 0035 / Internet & Social)

Internet Social CrowdLatest selection of the best stuff I’ve seen lately across the ScratchPaper focus areas of Internet, IOT, Social Networking, Crowdsourcing, and Cybersecurity, including items on why Amazon and Dropbox need each other, why tech giants turn to Netflix for help, the death of the socially useful white lie and the Bitcoin bubble.  Enjoy.

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Recommended Links (Ed. 0030 / Internet & Social)

Internet Social CrowdLatest selection of the best stuff I’ve seen lately across the ScratchPaper focus areas of Internet, IOT, Social Networking, Crowdsourcing, and Cybersecurity, including items on why Andreessen says there is no bubble, the death of the blog, how the internet of things will replace the web and why 2014 might see the end of the password.  Enjoy.

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Scratchpaper Recommended Links (Ed. 0025 / Internet & Social)

Internet Social CrowdLatest selection of the best stuff I’ve seen lately across the ScratchPaper focus areas of Internet, IOT, Social Networking, Crowdsourcing, and Cybersecurity, including items on the end of movies as a product, Verizon realizing they have to deliver the bandwidth they sold, and a computer virus that jumps across to your machine through the air via inaudible sound waves.  Enjoy.

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Scratchpaper Recommended Links [Ed. 0022 / Internet & Social]

Internet Social CrowdLatest selection of the best stuff I’ve seen lately across the ScratchPaper focus areas of Internet, IOT, Social Networking, Crowdsourcing, and Cybersecurity, including items on the rise of machines, how call center agents know your mood, and why so many social media managers are dipshits.  Enjoy.

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Scratchpaper Recommended Links [Ed. 0019 / Internet & Social]

Internet Social CrowdLatest selection of the best stuff I’ve seen lately across some of the ScratchPaper focus areas of Internet, IOT, Social Networking, Crowdsourcing, and Cybersecurity, including items on most popular websites by country, how the internet of things might try to kill you,  and how birders are using crowdsourcing to track their feathered friends.  Enjoy.

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