Dean Hachamovitch

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Name: Dean Hachamovitch
First reported Aug 18 2014 - Updated Aug 18 2014 - 1 reports

Quiet riot: Dave Campbell and the art of humble disruption

Disruptive. According to Merriam-Webster’s Online Dictionary, it’s the adjective form of disrupt, which means to break apart or throw into disorder. But in the tech industry, it’s become the buzz word for transformation, tearing something down in order ... [Published The Official Microsoft Blog – News and Perspect ... - Aug 18 2014]
First reported Jul 31 2014 - Updated Jul 31 2014 - 1 reports

The change being driven by Uber, and where it’s going: Best of the Web

When it comes to disruptive tech companies, it’s hard to think of a better example at the moment than Uber.For the uninitiated, Uber is a mobile app that links people wanting to take a lift with potential drivers. It is making headlines for upsetting ... [Published Smart Company Australia - Jul 31 2014]
First reported Jul 27 2014 - Updated Jul 27 2014 - 2 reports

Typos Gone Tawdry

Autocorrect’s tendencies remain filthy as ever:There is, of course, some legacy prudishness to autocorrect—the tendency, for example, of hell to become he’ll —but for the most part the global menagerie has, in its unflagging vulgarity, produced a linguistic ... [Published Atlantic Monthly - Jul 27 2014]
First reported Jul 26 2014 - Updated Jul 26 2014 - 1 reports

Internet Freedom's Poster Child Is Dangerous, Douchey, and Out of Prison

Welcome to Reading List , Gizmodo's Saturday afternoon roundup of the best writing from around the web. This week, we've got pieces from The Awl, The New York Times, Medium, Wired , and more.David Kushner spends a rambling, maddening spell with Andrew ... [Published Gizmodo - Jul 26 2014]
First reported Jul 23 2014 - Updated Jul 23 2014 - 1 reports

The Untold History of How Autocorrect Came To Be

Despite the well-documented foibles of autocorrect, it actually is pretty good at turning my gibberish touch typing into comprehensible if profanity-free prose . For that, we have a man by the name of Bill Vaginal to thank. Erh, I mean Vignola.Over at ... [Published Gizmodo - Jul 23 2014]
First reported Jul 18 2014 - Updated Jul 18 2014 - 1 reports

Microsoft layoffs: Operating systems group chief Myerson's memo to the troops

A day after Microsoft execs announced plans to lay off 18,000 employees, tidbits about what's happening behind the scenes continue to trickle in. The largest number of people cut are former employees of Nokia who joined Microsoft as part of the company's ... [Published ZDNet - Jul 18 2014]

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Quiet riot: Dave Campbell and the art of humble... [Published The Official Microsoft Blog – News and Perspect ... - Aug 18 2014]
The change being driven by Uber, and where it’s... [Published Smart Company Australia - Jul 31 2014]
Typos Gone Tawdry [Published Atlantic Monthly - Jul 27 2014]
Typos Gone Tawdry [Published The Daily Dish | By Andrew Sullivan - Jul 27 2014]
Internet Freedom's Poster Child Is Dangerous, D... [Published Gizmodo - Jul 26 2014]
The Untold History of How Autocorrect Came To Be [Published Gizmodo - Jul 23 2014]
Microsoft layoffs: Operating systems group chie... [Published ZDNet - Jul 18 2014]
Facebook and many other sites also bypass Inter... [Published Nik Cubrilovic - Feb 21 2012]
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Quiet riot: Dave Campbell and the art of humble... [Published The Official Microsoft Blog – News and Perspect ... - Aug 18 2014]
Disruptive. According to Merriam-Webster’s Online Dictionary, it’s the adjective form of disrupt, which means to break apart or throw into disorder. But in the tech industry, it’s become the buzz word for transformation, tearing something down in order ...
Typos Gone Tawdry [Published The Daily Dish | By Andrew Sullivan - Jul 27 2014]
Autocorrect’s tendencies remain filthy as ever: There is, of course, some legacy prudishness to autocorrect—the tendency, for example, of hell to become he’ll —but for the most part the global menagerie has, in its unflagging vulgarity, produced ...
Facebook and many other sites also bypass Inter... [Published Nik Cubrilovic - Feb 21 2012]
There is a post today on a Microsoft MSDN blog about how Google bypasses third-party cookie control in Internet Explorer by setting a false P3P header. The post author is Dean Hachamovitch, who is the VP for IE, and follows up from a big story last ...
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