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Apple's CEO: Pro-discrimination 'religious freedom' laws are dangerous

washingtonpost.com – Mar 29 – Tim Cook is chief executive of Apple. There's something very dangerous happening in states across the country. A wave of legislation, introduced in more than two dozen states, would allow people to discriminate against their neighbors. Some, such…
Lance Ulanoff RT @tim_cook: There's something very dangerous happening in states across the country. t.co/QJTkCuZVdo
Chris Dixon RT @tim_cook: There's something very dangerous happening in states across the country. t.co/QJTkCuZVdo
Techmeme Tim Cook speaks out in op-ed against state "religious freedom" laws that discriminate t.co/pU8Nq7QZQo t.co/2Q6jbMZjMe
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For Hardware Makers, Sharing Their Secrets Is Now Part of the Business Plan

bits.blogs.nytimes.com Quentin Hardy (@qhardy) – Mar 29 – Facebook showed plans last week for drone aircraft that beam lasers of high-speed data to remote parts of the world. As powerful as that sounds, Facebook already has something that could be even more potent: a huge sharing of its once-proprietary…
Marc Andreessen RT @cdixon: "Sharing Their Secrets Is Now Part of the Business Plan" t.co/imdie34tSU t.co/Aurjx6MxvD
Chris Dixon "Sharing Their Secrets Is Now Part of the Business Plan" t.co/imdie34tSU t.co/Aurjx6MxvD
Michael Parekh Hardware & Software: "Patenting everything is so 2005". t.co/3eRSh5vJXV via @nytimesbits #Tech #Culture #Patents
NYT Business Bits Blog: For Hardware Makers, Sharing Their Secrets Is Now Part of the Business Plan t.co/pB2KybVLAm
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Depression didn't make the Germanwings co-pilot murder 149 people

businessinsider.com – Mar 29, 9:43 PM – Because Germanwings pilot Andreas Lubitz killed himself when he purposefully drove a plane carrying 149 other people into a mountain in the Alps, there has been an assumption that he suffered from “depression”—an assumption…
Henry Blodget Agree with Anne Skomorowsky @Slate - whatever made that pilot murder 149 people, it wasn't 'depression' t.co/ciEMsuhPVY
Business Insider Depression didn't make the Germanwings co-pilot murder 149 people - via @slate t.co/Ok48vT8J3Z
BI Partners Depression didn't make the Germanwings co-pilot murder 149 people - via @slate t.co/WdYouc7xHH
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Towers of Babel

Economist – Mar 26 – Add this article to your reading list by clicking this button THE world is in the middle of a skyscraper boom. Last year nearly 100 buildings over 200 metres tall were built—more than ever before. This year China's business capital will…
George Chen RT @TheEconomist: The world is in the middle of a skyscraper boom. Does this augur badly for the world economy? t.co/wlBCagKWKz t.co/vI1h2SVYdY
The Economist The world is in the middle of a skyscraper boom. Does this augur badly for the world economy? t.co/wlBCagKWKz t.co/vI1h2SVYdY
The Economist The world is in the middle of a skyscraper boom. Does this augur badly for the world economy? t.co/X0g0eEV4QL t.co/aao7XQK9GH
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The message is the medium

Economist – Mar 28 – “I PROPOSE, if and when found, to take him by his beastly neck, shake him till he froths, and pull him inside out and make him swallow himself.” It is not often that Silicon Valley's denizens quote P.G. Wodehouse. But this is what…
The Economist Could Facebook Messenger become the app that eats Apple's Appstore? t.co/HkiEBm2FuD t.co/2gjXfT5HiC
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NIMBYs in the twenty-first century

Economist – Mar 25 – Add this article to your reading list by clicking this button SINCE the publication of 'Capital in the Twenty-First Century', Thomas Piketty has won many plaudits for his work on inequality. The book has so far sold more than 1.5m copies. Its…
Michael Robertson RT @kimmaicutler: Housing! @TheEconomist: The most substantive challenge to Thomas Piketty's work, from a 26-year-old graduate student? t.co/kMCkygxJGA
The Economist #Piketty: The awkward moment when a 26-year-old grad student claims your big idea is "wrong" t.co/nN8rtVot3h t.co/zFCXwi12GV
The Economist Well-off homeowners are more responsible for rising inequality than top-hatted capitalists t.co/QpLLbmNnLZ t.co/fNHv6ooLSl
The Economist Well-off homeowners are more responsible for rising inequality than top-hatted capitalists t.co/ffJ0FN9nLq t.co/AaYWaS0FFR
The Economist #Piketty: The awkward moment when a 26-year-old grad student claims your big idea is "wrong" t.co/RijPnlRRqV t.co/SoPH6SXCjM
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2015 March Madness Predictions

FiveThirtyEight – Mar 15, 6:23 PM – FiveThirtyEight's NCAA tournament forecasting model calculates the chance of each team reaching each round, taking into account a composite of power rankings, pre-season rankings, the team's placement on the NCAA's 68-team S-curve, player injuries…
Benjamin Morris Per @FiveThirtyEight model, Kentucky's odds of winning tournament- Before beating Notre Dame: 53%. Currently: 53%. t.co/x17OCEeVhH
Nate Silver RT @FiveThirtyEight: The #FinalFour is set: Kentucky 69% vs. Wisconsin 31% Duke 67% vs. MSU 33% t.co/kVhziVcpti #MarchMadness
FiveThirtyEight The #FinalFour is set: Kentucky 69% vs. Wisconsin 31% Duke 67% vs. MSU 33% t.co/kVhziVcpti #MarchMadness
FiveThirtyEight We love the #Madness!!!!! #MSU is #FinalFour bound and they've got a 39% chance of reaching the 'ship now t.co/kVhziVcpti
FiveThirtyEight With that win, Kentucky's chances of winning #MarchMadness increase to 55% t.co/kVhziVu0kQ #NDvsUK
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A Wi-Fi Barbie Doll With the Soul of Siri

nytimes.com – Natasha Singer – Mar 28 – Ever since Siri appeared as a regular feature on the iPhone, certain young children — and, let's face it, some of their parents — have spent hours chatting up the virtual assistant, curious about the details of her humanoid back…
NYT Business A new Barbie is being developed with the goal of being able to "speak to her for hours and hours.' t.co/mmMKk3WBJn
Techmeme Mattel to introduce Wi-Fi enabled Barbie using ToyTalk tech for personalized conversations t.co/5ogHmU9A2R t.co/lw9IcKo0Uf
The New York Times Coming soon: A wi-fi conneted Barbie doll with the soul of Siri t.co/sstrjyN8Rx
NYT Business Hello Barbie, how are you today? A doll that talks back is raising concerns about privacy: t.co/GKGdMkJ4EI
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Facebook hosting doesn't change things, the world already changed

eugenewei.com – Eugene Wei – Mar 27 – Like any industry, the media loves a bit of navel-gazing (what is the origin of this phrase, because I don't enjoy staring at my own navel; maybe mirror-preening instead?). When Facebook announced they were offering to host content from media sites…
Brian Stelter RT @corybe: Why fret about Facebook hosting content if the mobile ship has already sailed? t.co/Gy7mfH4kig Painful truth for media co's.
Techmeme Great content is a key differentiator for media companies; Facebook hosting won't change that t.co/lGFBuXquPH t.co/gONGHW9NFq
Mathew Ingram RT @margarita: TLDR: all those things you're worried is happening with publishing and news? It's already happened. Make better stuff t.co/n9BGG40z7o
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Inside America's Toughest Federal Prison

nytimes.com – Mark Binelli – Mar 26 – In prison, Rodney Jones told me, everyone had a nickname. Jones's was Saint E's, short for St. Elizabeths, the federal psychiatric hospital in Washington, best known for housing John Hinckley Jr. after he shot Ronald Reagan. Jones spent time there…
Brian Cuban RT @nytimes: A lawsuit is revealing the harsh world inside America's toughest federal prison t.co/874gyVeT7c t.co/ApCavh0VKa
The New York Times A lawsuit is revealing the harsh world inside America's toughest federal prison t.co/874gyVeT7c t.co/ApCavh0VKa
George Chen Inside America's Toughest Federal Prison t.co/Z16rqc9Vj1
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