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Tag Archive: Google

Feb 06 2014

Google demonstrates how to use your platform and reach judiciously and subversively

Google Doodle, Feb 6, 2014.

Google is ubiquitous. Everyone everywhere uses Google at some point. And right now, at least in the US and probably Canada, the Google Doodle — the logo Google uses on its main search page and on the top left of every search result page — is sticking it to Russia over the anti-gay human rights …

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Aug 14 2013

Google offers travel grants for female computer developers

Google has done something decidedly not-evil (despite recent major missteps), and put together a travel grants program for several computer science conferences aimed at encouraging women entering fields under the T umbrella in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math). As part of Google’s ongoing commitment to encourage women to excel in computing and technology, we …

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Jul 18 2013

FtBCONscience: the seven panels I’m facilitating

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Here’s a convenient list of the seven panels I’ve got set up as On-Air Events on Google+. All times are GMT -5 (Central). FtBCON: Atheism Is Not Enough Sat, Jul 20, 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM As proven by the deep rifts that exist within movement atheism, a common acknowledgement that there is no god …

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Jun 18 2012

An unidirectional “conversation” with an MRA on Google+

Wanted to throw this on the blog for a few days now, but it’s been… busy. Over at Google+, it seems the only people who engage with my linking back to various websites are the MRAs and antifeminists who probably make up the majority of the early-adopters of the technology. I had posted a link …

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Apr 05 2012

Project Glass by Google

It’s amazing how much of the future will be brought to us by people who once claimed “don’t be evil” as their corporate motto, who now essentially require the forfeiture of all privacy in the name of cool gadgets.

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