What I’m reading and finding for January 23rd 2012 through January 28th 2012:
- At Twitter, The Future is You!-
- Dear Google: Crappy Results Like This Don’t Give The Impression You Care About Search-
- Danny SullivanThe debate about what should — and shouldn’t — show in a Google search result for “santorum” has been well-documented, at this point. But I’d like to use this now famous search to illustrate something else: how it appears Google is taking its eye off the ball of… Please visit Search Engine Land for the full article.
- State of the Union 2012 | The White House-
WhiteHouse.gov presents your portal to the 2012 State of the Union Address. Watch, Discuss, and Engage all week long
- Facebook Timeline Now Pushed To Everyone, Users Get A Week To Clean Up Profiles | TechCrunch-
You can run, but you can’t hide. Facebook’s biggest user interface overhaul since the Wall, the Facebook Timeline, is now becoming mandatory for all users. According to the company, over the next few weeks, everyone will get the new Timeline. And here’s the important part: when you do, you’ll have just seven days to preview what’s there now, and hide anything you don’t want others to see.
- Judge: Americans can be forced to decrypt their laptops | Privacy Inc. – CNET News-
- Declan McCullaghColorado federal judge gives Ramona Fricosu until February 21 to decrypt her PGP Desktop-encrypted Toshiba laptop–or face the consequences.
- From Twitter – http://t.co/M6LVsDBR Google+ Relaxes Real Name Policy, Still Prefers ‘Frank Ricard’ Over ‘Frank the Tank’
- From Twitter – RT @bjschoneCheck out this site before you build anything with HTML5. Very helpful. http://t.co/Y0maLcvZ