Facebook makes an even bigger deal of your ‘Life Events’

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Big milestones deserve big announcements, which is why Facebook is giving its Life Events feature a revamp. Previously, when you added a Life Event such as an engagement, new job or birth of a child (or anything you deem noteworthy enough), yo…

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Here’s how Chinese VCs are adapting to the ever-changing startup scene

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China presents a fascinating nation for tech entrepreneurs. The speed at which China’s technology grows and transforms is perhaps the most important aspect in defining what’s happening in the country’s startup industry: The Middle Kingdom is now the second largest arena for entrepreneurship with one startup is set up every seven minutes. To highlight the changes, […]

Here’s how Chinese VCs are adapting to the ever-changing startup scene originally appeared on TechNode

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New York Times picks an AI moderator over a Public Editor

By applenews, arthur ochs sulzberger, jr., atgoogletalks, Business, byron calame, changes, clark hoyt, daniel okrent, engadget, entertainment, huffingtonpost, jayson blair, jaysonblair, lizspayd, new york times, newyorktimes, the times

In a surprising move, the New York Times announced to its staff on Wednesday that it will immediately eliminate the position of Public Editor at its publication. The role will instead be filled by an expanded comments section — one that is mo…

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