TED2012 remixed: It’s Time for TED

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John Boswell, of the “Symphony of Science,” came to TED2012 and made this remix of the speakers onstage (and on TED.com). To read more about every speaker in…

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panoramic photo shoot – Star Trek Holodec

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This is me and my mini rant about Google wanting me to give up my ‘technospunky’ name

says I don’t meet their name policies. *sigh.  So much for freedom on the internet.

Dear Google

Dear Google….

If I am my online identity (which is not, yet is my business) then why cannot I keep my name. I don’t mind telling Google my real full name – but it is counter productive to everything else I do If have to insert part of my real name with my nick name – I do this on facebook and so far it was the only place I had to make a concession. Now it seems Google is trying to make me do it as well. I am Technospunky. That is not my business but it is my online social identity tied to all my businesses (and there are many). When I promote something, or someone I do it as Technospunky. You can google technospunky and find me (no fighting for seo) so I market my online identity. I launched the technospunky solar system (me as the center of the universe YAY..haha.. and all my clients and their online identities) I started this back in Sept. of 2011 – it has been slow going but gratifying *because i get to keep my fulltime job as well (I am certain there are many many entrepreneurs who understand that). No funding but my own limited state employee pocketbook and alot of time spent investing in the ideas of Seth Godin, Gary Vaynerchuk, Chris Pirillo and others. The internet is a fabulous place to read, discover, share and meet so many different people. Okay, I am done ranting and thank you. I hope Google lets me keep my “name’.  ~Technospunky

OOAmerica Road Video – Washington D.C. Politics

Posted by ooa revo on April 8, 2012 · Leave a Comment
This is the Road Video from Washington D.C. and area: featuring “What’s your philosophy of life?” interviews and shots of some of the historical monuments.ents (optional)

Empire Avenue Revamps Interface, Adds Google+ Scoring | TechCrunch

Empire Avenue Revamps Interface, Adds Google+ Scoring | TechCrunch.

Empire Avenue, while a great service, has been a bit confusing. In fact, the idea itself can kind of boggle the mind — users build up their personal brands via Facebook, Twitter, and other social networks, and allow people to buy and sell virtual shares of human beings. ….. Click on Link to read full article

SponsoredTweets – Get Paid to TWEET

SponsoredTweets – Conversation starter.

You pick what, when and how often.  That simple, sign up / choose your likes(tags) and Get paid to Tweet.

The condom of the future? Planned Parenthood offers high-tech rubber with QR code – GeekWire

The condom of the future? Planned Parenthood offers high-tech rubber with QR code – GeekWire.

Here’s a social media experiment that we didn’t see coming. Planned Parenthood of the Great Northwest has begun distributing 55,000 condoms to college students with QR codes, allowing students to anonymously “check in” and boast about where they’ve practiced safe sex. A Web site dubbedWhereDidYouWearIt.com chronicles all of the action, so you can see that folks are particularly frisky in Ballard or Bellevue or Bellingham.

CCP president takes off to do startup in games and health | VentureBeat

CCP president takes off to do startup in games and health | VentureBeat.

“It’s one part games, one part health and fitness,” he said. “With gamification, there are a lot of people throwing mud at the wall to see what sticks. I am interested it approaching it from a massively multiplayer online view.”