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Date: 2011-03-02
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Japan camera prettifies subjects, even adds "makeup"

TOKYO, March 1 (Reuters Life!) - Photos are everything fo Yuka Obara, a well-known Japanese blogger who insists anythin showing her online be picture-perfe

JPMorgan fund in talks to buy Twitter stake: report
NEW YORK (Reuters) - A new JPMorgan Chase & Co technology fund is in talks to buy a substantial stake in Internet messaging and communications site Twitter, the Financial Times reported on Sunday, citing people fam

Google targets "content farms" in search tune-up
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Google Inc made substantial changes to its search engine in a direct attack on companies that churn out low-quality stories and videos.

The results of the im

News Corp kicks off Myspace sale process
NEW YORK (Reuters) - News Corp has kicked off the process to explore the sale or spin-off of its troubled social entertainment site, Myspace, a person familiar with the talks said on Thursday.

Content Insider # 168 - Focus on Tomorrow
Education + Infrastructure + Innovation
We're not certain if President Obama borrowed the ideas -- education, infrastructure, innovation - -from others or came up with his own hook for his state of the union speech but he did lay down the gauntlet. Innovation is such a sexy word but it's horrible to define, pin down. It can point to greatness and cover a multitude of sins. Developing, producing an innovation isn't that difficult. The key is how well it is marketed, distributed, sold, accepted.


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