First off, I’m very excited for Yahoo! and even more so for the Yahoos, especially the ones I know from back in the days when I was still working there. Taking in the news about the new CEO has to be the sweetest thing, coming from headquarters, since before the Microsoft takeover bid.
You will have read the news that Google started a world wide campaign to inspire countries to legalize same sex partnership rights.
The Huffington Post writes “Google launched a new campaign on Saturday supporting the legalization of same-sex marriage around the world. …the initiative, called “Legalize Love,” debuted in Poland and Singapore, and, “will focus on places with homophobic cultures, where anti-gay laws exist,” though it will operate in every city in which Google has an office.”
I’ve been to many conferences in the past several years. And one little trick that I adopted significantly increased the value I get from my time there.
I’ve made it a habit to bring one of these with me – a PowerSquid. Anyone who has ever been to a big conference knows two things are certain. Wi-Fi will suck and there are too few power outlets.
Due to the recent news about LinkedIn usernames and passwords being leaked to the public and apparently already used to annoy people with phishing mails, I thought I’d share my personal approach to keeping my identity save.
Just a quick note on something that did bug me – especially how long it took me to find a solution – that I hope will help others.
I’ve installed a chrome extension called Google+Twitter – supposedly synchronizing posts on both sites.