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July 18, 2014
Autonomy … will make mobility more efficient, but will also open up greater possibilities for dual-use applications and ways for a car to be more of a potential lethal weapon that it is today.
The FBI thinks Google’s self-driving cars will make pretty good weapons.
18:06 // 2 months ago
July 8, 2014
17:48 // 2 months ago
July 3, 2014
You don’t want people to remember that 2007 blog post some BBC dude wrote about you, former Merrill Lynch CEO Stan O’Neal—to the point that you’ll ask Google to remove search results? That’s OK. Media outlets from around the world will totally Streisand Effect you.

You don’t want people to remember that 2007 blog post some BBC dude wrote about you, former Merrill Lynch CEO Stan O’Neal—to the point that you’ll ask Google to remove search results? That’s OK. Media outlets from around the world will totally Streisand Effect you.

19:26 // 2 months ago
June 25, 2014
Well, at least the protesters didn’t ask for $3 billion dollars.
Side note: This is the kind of protest you’d expect this made-up guy to be at.

Well, at least the protesters didn’t ask for $3 billion dollars.

Side note: This is the kind of protest you’d expect this made-up guy to be at.

17:34 // 2 months ago
May 28, 2014

fastcompany:

Google’s Self-Driving Car Is Real, And It Looks Like A Tiny Bubble-Car

We’ve known Google has been working on self-driving cars for awhile now, but all of a sudden, the project is real: last night, Google revealed a working prototype of its self-driving car. It’s a two-seater that looks something like a mashup of a Fiat 500Steve Urkel’s car, and a cartoon smiley face.

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Uber’s new competition.

10:40 // 3 months ago
April 24, 2014
When you fire the top dog and take away all resources it is what it is.
A TechCrunch source’s description of what’s about to happen to Google+, now that Vic Gundotra, the leader of that project, is leaving the company. Walking Dead, anyone?
17:17 // 5 months ago
April 6, 2014
To this end, we now make our first clear demand of Google. We demand that Google give three billion dollars to an anarchist organization of our choosing. This money will then be used to create autonomous, anti-capitalist, and anti-racist communities throughout the Bay Area and Northern California. In these communities, whether in San Francisco or in the woods, no one will ever have to pay rent and housing will be free. With this three billion from Google, we will solve the housing crisis in the Bay Area and prove to the world that an anarchist world is not only possible but in fact irrepressible.
A demand by a group called “The Counterforce,” which struck up some weirdly over-the-top anger by protesting at Digg creator and Google Ventures employee Kevin Rose’s house, referencing an (admittedly in poor taste) misogynistic joke Rose made in a podcast six years ago, and calling him a “parasite.” Wow.
20:23 // 5 months ago
February 19, 2014

Google unveils new plan to drastically expand Fiber coverage

  • 33 cities will be getting Google Fiber, beginning as early as next year, if Google is able to move forward with a newly unveiled plan to drastically expand its fiber optic internet service. The list includes major cities like Charlotte, Phoenix and Portland, along with notable tech hubs like Mountain View and Palo Alto in Silicon Valley, and more rural towns in Georgia, North Carolina and Oregon. source
17:48 // 7 months ago
February 15, 2014
12:39 // 7 months ago
January 24, 2014
15:43 // 8 months ago