Not many of us like thinking of the after life – and where we might end up. So today, at Google, we’re launching a new feature called Google AfterLife that makes it easy to tell Google where you hope to go for eternity.
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Last January, a news story broke about a shadowy group that had announced plans to build an armed and walled “citadel” in northern Idaho…. “The Citadel Community will house between 3,500 and 7,000 patriotic American families who agree that being prepared for the emergencies of life and being proficient with the American icon of Liberty — the Rifle — are prudent measures. There will be no Home Owner’s Association. There will be no recycling police and no local ordinance enforcers from City Hall.”
The federal government has been in the news recently with a drive to hire as many as 10,000 “cyberwarriors” for the next cold war, which will take place in cyberspace, and which some say is already being fought. Here in Montana…
You’re scanning the jobs online in the morning. You find yourself reading some puzzling and even worrisome postings: “Paying $1 a page for original articles in perfect English.
I need a business logo in 24 hours; will pay $10….”
Buried in the code are details of how the websites are built and optimized for search engines and social networking. I found that the candidates’ web teams have done some things in common and even spotted some code mistakes.