Bite That Apple Steve Jobs Desktop (par Sigalakos)
But in the end, when I think about leadership, passion and attention to detail, I think back to the call I received from Steve Jobs on a Sunday morning in January. It was a lesson I’ll never forget. CEOs should care about details. Even shades of yellow. On a Sunday.
I have always said if there ever came a day when I could no longer meet my duties and expectations as Apple’s CEO, I would be the first to let you know. Unfortunately, that day has come.
Some 700 hackers looking to show off their talents have piled into an upstart Web site called RankMyHack.com in the last month. Emerging from the shadowy underground, they have submitted evidence of more than 1,200 Web site hacks, eager to have their feats measured against those of their peers.
Soft-Maps by Haptic Lab
(via At The Table)
On Tuesday, we reported that Argentina’s National Telecommunications Commission (CNC) had issued a directive to local ISPs to block two websites—leakymails.com and leakymails.blogspot.com—in response to an order from a federal judge. Today, on Google’s Latin America blog (in Spanish), Senior Policy Counsel Pedro Less Andrade writes that Google records indicate that some service providers in Argentina are blocking access to the IP address 184.108.40.206, which is linked to more than one million blogs hosted on Google’s Blogger service.
Google wants to force people to use their real names online, say many Google detractors. Yet, it’s precisely for defending three bloggers’ right to anonymity that its Brazilian subsidiary was fined this Thursday by a local judge. Let’s have a look at what happened.