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Daily Archives: July 1st, 2011

Google+: Step right up if you want to help Google complete its profile of you

Excerpt: Ear­li­er this week, Google final­ly took the wrap­pings off of the Face­book clone it has been devel­op­ing, spark­ing a pro­longed media fren­zy about its efforts to catch up with Twit­ter and Face­book in the social net­work­ing arena. By all accounts, Google+ rep­re­sents the com­pa­ny’s most sophis­ti­cat­ed attempt to build a social net­work. It is a top […]
Written by:Andrew Villeneuve
Categories:Civil Liberties, Policy Topics, Technology
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Transcript: Van Jones urges netroots to lead the way in rebuilding the American dream

Excerpt: Edi­tor’s Note: One of the high­lights of Net­roots Nation 2011 was Van Jones’ Sat­ur­day keynote addres urg­ing the com­mu­ni­ty to lead the way in rebuild­ing the Amer­i­can Dream, which repeat­ed­ly brought the con­ven­tion to its feet. NPI has tran­scribed the speech for the ben­e­fit of pro­gres­sive activists who weren’t there to hear it in per­son. […]
Written by:Patrick Stickney
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