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Daily Online Profits News – Issue #258

April 14, 2010 by · Leave a Comment 

Google “Paranoid” About Security (So You Can Trust Them!)
Jordan McCollum says:

I don’t know if you heard about this, but apparently late last year there was this small, no-big-deal cyber attack. You probably missed it whenGoogle reported it in January, and started talking about leaving China for the next two months. And it was almost a non-story when they finally didshutter But now that we’re all caught up, Google CEO Eric Schmidt finally lets down his

Tips For Conference Attendees
Rohit Bhargava says:

Every year in March I make my annual trek to Austin to be part of the South By Southwest Interactive show, one of the biggest gatherings of people working in all aspects of the web in the world. For those who have been, they might describe the event as a simultaneous assault of information, networking and back to back parties. It has become the Everest of social media events, and in my fourth year

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Yahoo Lets Developers Drink from the Update Firehose
Jordan McCollum says:

Yahoo is adding a whole new layer to real time. Yesterday, they announced theUpdates Firehose for developers, “a web service for accessing and searching the full, real-time index of Yahoo! Updates.” And that includes all Yahoo properties—from Flickr to Delicious to comments on news stories. All public information posted on the service goes into the Firehose.

Naturally, developers

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    Social Media Changes Event Planning
    Jay Baer says:

    It used to be you spent five minutes registering for an event, and then showed up on the big day, went to a few workshops, drank two free Coronas, and went home.

    Social media changes all of that, enabling events and their planners to have long-term, nuanced, shifting interactions with attendees.

    I gave a speech last week in suburban Cincinnati to theMid-American chapter of Meeting Planners Internati

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