Facebook has launched new profile pages, that brings quite a bit of personal story telling (where are you from/which school did you go to etc).
Visit this link to get access to new profile page.
WikiLeaks Mirror Sites
- Setup an account where we can upload files using RSYNC+SSH (preferred) or FTP
- Put our SSH key in this server or create an FTP account
- Create a virtual host in your web server, which, for example, can be
- send the IP address of your server to us, and the path where we should upload the content.
“We will take care of all the rest: Sending pages to your server, updating them each time data is released, maintaining a list of such mirrors. If your server is down or if the account don’t work anymore, we will automatically remove your server from the list.”
Google To Filter Content Piracy Terms From Autocomplete
We will prevent terms that are closely associated with piracy from appearing in Autocomplete. While it’s hard to know for sure when search terms are being used to find infringing content, we’ll do our best to prevent Autocomplete from displaying the terms most frequently used for that purpose.[source]
Groupon Rejects Google Offer
First reported by Chicago Breaking Business, Groupon has rejected the Google’s acquisition offer. As per AllThingsD, Google was offering $6 billion for Groupon — $5.3 billion plus the possibility of getting another $700 million if it met performance milestones.
The rejection of the Google offer is a milestone in Groupon’s dizzying journey, which in two years has taken the company from a struggling Web site to a tech star with more than 3,000 employees worldwide, a presence in 35 countries and expected annual revenues of at least $500 million this year. The company was profitable in its seventh month.
Must Read : The Groupon Story