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October 28th | Week in Review

¡Hola a todos! Enjoy the materials for this week; I know I had a really fun time gathering them.

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World Wide Web

The TC Meetup + Pitch-off in Seoul goes down TONIGHT!

The big night is tonight!

At 6pm, the TC Meetup + Pitch-off is going down in Seoul, South Korea.

We’ll be joined by some of the brightest minds in the local tech scene to discuss… 96 more words


Challenges face former Cheezburger CEO joining Y Combinator's New Cities project

Y Combinator’s ambitious New Cities project has a new leader today as Ben Huh, former CEO of The Cheezburger Network, joins the effort.

The initiative, … 571 more words


Tweets as Criminal Assault

By Elizabeth E. Joh

New Scientist

Social media raises tricky questions that judges are beginning to try to answer. It has been found possible to violate a restraining order by becoming an unwanted Instagram… 265 more words


Major DDOS attack happening through twitter, Netflix and Playstation Network...

Last night, I was trying to watch the WWE “No Mercy” ppv on WWE Network but suddenly it stopped playing and can’t get on. I tried Netflix last night and couldn’t get on there either. 188 more words


Cultural Heritage #APIs: What are they, why we need them


Currently, it is of very great significance for the cultural heritage scholars to highly focus on the area of application programming interface (APIs). Generally, APIs are considered to be in very simple terms, code libraries that are assembled by various companies offering web service with a major objective of enabling third-party applications to be able to link up and make communications with web service platforms… 1,590 more words

Application Programming Interface