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Benidorm is third most snapped

BENIDORM is the third most photographed beach in Spain on Flickr, with 56,172 images. Flickr, the photography-themed social network owned by Yahoo!, has produced a list of the 10 most photographed and stored beaches in Spain. The network stores ... EuroWeeklyNews, 1 week ago

A Look Back At Yahoo's Flickr Acquisition For Lessons Today

When Yahoo made an offer to buy photo-sharing startup Flickr in early 2005, Stewart Butterfield and his team had a tough decision to make. There were many reasons for Flickr, founded by Butterfield and Caterina Fake, to sell, but also many to hold ...
 Street Sweeper1 week ago

Screw Snapchat. This App Wants You to Write Something That Lasts

Silicon Valley is now obsessed with ephemeral messaging: self-destructing pictures sent via Snapchat, one-word emails sent through the app Yo, imploding texts traveling through Wickr, short-lived messages on FireChat and Facebook's Slingshot. But ...
 Wired News1 week ago

10 Business Leaders All Entrepreneurs Should Follow

ByShawn Porat You can learn a great deal from successful business leaders, past and present. A good argument could be made that it's more valuable to listen to an accomplished entrepreneur reveal his or her secrets than to spend months pouring ...
 Forbes.com2 weeks ago
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The Most Fascinating Profile Youll Ever Read About a Guy and His Boring Startup

Ariel Zambelich/WIRED Stewart is hungry. He's munching on potatoes smothered in chicken fat drippings, sitting by a long metal table that once served as a gurney in the morgue at the Treasure Island Naval Base. It's a prominent piece of furniture in ...
 Wired News3 weeks ago

In tech, some minorities are too minor. This group wants to change that.

Before Randi Williams spent last summer in San Francisco, the 19-year-old computer-engineering student from Maryland had only one idea on how to break into the tech industry: Get a bachelors degree, get a masters degree, then start applying for ...
 Fortune1 month ago
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How Smartphones Opened Up a Wonderful New Frontier for Art

David Sparshott For most of history, great art tended to be inseparable from its physical setting. There was no Sphinx without Giza, no Creation of Adam without the Sistine Chapel, no Hamlet (in performance, at least) without the Globe Theater.
 Wired News1 month ago

As You Wish: 3 Keys to Having More Than it All

Some say it's impossible to "have it all" and that you need to make tough choices and move on. Choose the promotion. Or choose family time. Or choose exercise. Or pick a hybrid and give as much as you can knowing something will suffer along the ...
 Huffington Post1 month ago

Tech's Tireless Obsession: Fancy Coffee

Barry Goffe marketed business software at Microsoft for more than a decade, fueled by enough coffee to fill a hot tub. Java flowed so deeply through Goffe's veins that he and his team of database marketers had specialty mugs made with Oracle-baiting ...
 Bloomberg1 month ago

Elle Magazine's Women in Tech Dinner Reaches for the Superstars

There are networking events, and there are fashion events, and rarely the twain shall meet... unless you were meeting at the the first-ever Elle Magazine Women in Tech dinner at Quince Restaurant. Celebrating the X-chromosomes of tech leaders and ...
 Huffington Post2 months ago
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