October 25- Week In Review

26 10 2009

The Arizona football game was in conflict with our schedule of this week’s show.  However, here are the stories that would have been featured in this Week In Review portion of the show:

  • Facebook and Twitter Users Beware: Crooks Are A Mouse Click Away- CNN News- [JUMP]
  • Google Voice Voicemails Appearing in Public Search Results- Engadget– [JUMP]
  • Gartner– Loosen Up On Social Networks, Security- CNET– [JUMP]
  • Rutgers Stadium Receives New HD Football Display As A Part of 102 Million Euro Expansion- StadiaTech– [JUMP]
  • NYC Sees Economic Gold In Green Jobs- Reuters- [JUMP]
Also, to add to the Week In Review post, here are a couple upcoming conferences that you might not want to miss:
New Media, New Networks:  The Evolution of Content on the Internet

In wake of the FCC Broadband NOI, broadband workshops on broadband, content and cybersecurity – as well as Genachowski’s recent announcement on net neutrality – several well-respected experts will gather to talk about their viewpoints on network policy – problems, opportunities and common ground. 


WHERE: George Washington University – 1957 E Street NW, 7th Floor – Washington D.C. 
 
WHEN: Thursday, October 29th – 9am to 12pm ET 


You won’t want to miss this!

Here are some more conferences to check out:
  • GreenBuild Conference- Phoenix, AZ- Nov. 11-13- [JUMP
  • Interop 2009 NYC- New York, NY (Javatis Center)- Nov. 16-20- [JUMP]
  • CES New York Press Preview- New York, NY- Nov. 10- [JUMP]
Thanks for stopping by and come back on Thursday for the upcoming show post.
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