Driving Towards a Driverless Economy

I’ve recently been having many conversations with friends about Google’s driverless car and the broad implications it has for the economy and our culture. We’ve been imagining and inventing autonomous vehicles since the 1980s. So, before this post gets too serious, let’s take a quick trip through our culture’s imaginings regarding this technology. Imagining the […]

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Irony at it’s best

Via Understanding Google Maps & Yahoo Local, the words of a Locksmith recently banned from Google Maps: After that many of my claimed listings got hijacked by my competitors, I knew I’ll crack the method to do it myself & that I’ll send you my revelations in order to shut down this option. So we […]

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