Wednesday, August 17, 2011

The Sift 221-225

The Sift 221: Apple
  • Free Beats Paid in Generating Revenue on Apple’s App Store
  • Apple Patent Aims to Shut Down iPhone Camera Recording in Venues
  • Apple OS X Lion (10.7) review
  • The OS X Lion Survival Guide
  • Apple's Money
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The Sift 222: Advertising, Marketing, News and Media
  • Katie Couric Moves to ABC to Host New Talk Show
  • Vanity Fair’s Justin Bieber Cover One of Its Worst-Selling in Recent History
  • News Corp Shuts Down News of the World Amid Scandal
  • How to Bypass the New York Times Paywall In Three Seconds, Zero Hacking Required
  • Morgan Spurlock: The greatest TED Talk ever sold (Video)
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The Sift 223: Food, Health, Exercise and Medicine
  • Vary Your Calorie Intake to Break Through a Weight Loss Plateau
  • New Law Makes Insurance Coverage for Contraceptives Mandatory
  • Researcher sees security issue with wireless insulin pumps, hackers could cause lethal doses
  • What should I eat before I run?
  • Daniel Kraft: Medicine's future? There's an app for that (Video)
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The Sift 224: Microsoft
  • Kinect app promises you'll wear flowery skirts, and you'll like it
  • Kinect for Windows SDK beta launches, wants PC users to get a move on
  • Kinect Graffiti creates neon tags with the wave of a hand
  • KinectNUI enables Minority Report style interaction in Windows sans gloves
  • Microsoft Research's .NET Gadgeteer steps out into the light, shoots daggers at Arduino (video)
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The Sift 225: Web Development
  • How ICANN’s Approval of New Domains Will Change the Web
  • Collusion: Revealing Who is Tracking You when Browsing Online
  • Pandora Trades Flash for HTML5 in Social Redesign
  • Arianna Huffington: How HuffPo Got to 100 Million Comments
  • With New Domain Names on Market, .ORG Guns for .NGO
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