A Couple Chrome Videos

Wednesday, April 29, 2009 19:00
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In an effort to spread the word about its Chrome browser, Google commissioned 11 short videos about the browser. My two favorites are after the jump. I think the first one could actually be used as a TV commercial. It wins for best use of color. And the tune is catchy—makes me want to buy a Chrome browser. Wait, I forgot. It's free.


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Palm Looking For People To Review The Pre

Wednesday, April 29, 2009 18:19
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If you're a social site maven who happens to be dying to dabble with the Pre, Palm wants to talk to you. Palm has just announced a "Real Reviewer" program, in which they'll be giving a select chunk of socialites a "current-model" Palm phone (read: probably the Pre), along with six months of service.


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SplashCast Figures Out That To Make Online TV Social, It Is All About The Chatter

Wednesday, April 29, 2009 18:02
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One of the most social video experiences I've ever had on the Web was watching the Obama Inauguration speech on CNN.com alongside a live chat stream of commentary from all of my Facebook friends. It was like being in a giant living room that stretched across the country and hearing everyone's reaction as the event unfolded. The same dynamic on much smaller scale is happening with popular TV shows on Facebook and MySpace. Splashcast, which has created apps for about 20 different TV shows, two weeks ago introduced a new feature ...


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Four Months Later, Facebook Chief Privacy Officer Chris Kelly Confirms Bid For California Attorney General

Wednesday, April 29, 2009 16:55
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As we first reported way back in December, Facebook Chief Privacy Officer Chris Kelly today officially launched his campaign for the office of Attorney General of California. You can find his campaign homepage here and, of course, he's also vying for fans on his Facebook page (complete with custom Facebook application). At this point Kelly has announced his intention to form an "exploratory committee", and plans to remain at Facebook for the immediate future. Should he continue in the race (which there doesn't seem to be much doubt of) ...


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