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Welcome to the 3rd addition of SIPpost

In this issue we have compiled interesting technology news from sources around the world:

• Web Analytics tools: The publisher visualDNA.com is also a great example of a visual website with tons of education.
• Satellites launched to bring Internet to world's 'under-connected.
• Ontario Court Of Appeal Clarifies Law Of Internet Defamation
• Dave Meslin talks crowdsourcing in Australia
• Social Media May Soon Drive More Traffic to Your Website Than Search Engines
• Microsoft and Oracle team up to offer cloud computing
• Security to Become Top Priority for Next Generation of the Web …

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New web analytics tool can tell publishers who visits and why
Media Tel
Audience insights company VisualDNA has launched a free website analytics tool to show publishers not just who visits their website, but why. WHYanalytics reveals the emotional characteristics of any website's visitors throughout the day in real-time, and is the first of a new suite of products from VisualDNA which aim to provide clarity in audience segmentation and engagement across the whole online advertising sphere.
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Satellites launched to bring Internet to world's under-connected
CTV News
The first four of 12 satellites in a new constellation to provide affordable, high-speed Internet to people in nearly 180 under-connected countries, will be shot into space, the project's developers said. The orbiters, part of a project dubbed O3b for the other three billion people with restricted Internet access, will be lifted by a Russian Soyuz rocket from Kourou in French Guiana at 1854 GMT.
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Ontario Court of Appeal clarifies law of Internet defamation
Mondaq
The Ontario Court of Appeal released a decision with a number of important implications for the law of Internet defamation. In Shtaif v. Toronto Life Publishing, the court addressed the issues of how the limitation periods in Ontario's Libel and Slander Act apply to allegedly defamatory Internet publications, rejected applying the American "single publication rule" in Ontario, and clarified the circumstances when defamation and negligence claims can be brought concurrently.
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Dave Meslin talks crowdsourcing in Australia
Young Street
Toronto-based writer and organizer Dave Meslin recently wrote an article for the Sydney Morning Herald discussing his views on the powers of crowdsourcing. Crowdsourching, which involves seeking knowledge and opinions from the general public, "flips hierarchy on its head, transforming ordinary people into active participants in the creation of culture, art, and even public policy. It creates a role for you and I to play in fields that used to be exclusive to a small few," he says.
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New web analytics tool can tell publishers who visits and why
Media Tel
Audience insights company VisualDNA has launched a free website analytics tool to show publishers not just who visits their website, but why.

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Cars of the future all about infotainment and the Internet
The Globe and Mail
Horsepower? Who cares? Fuel economy? A trifling. Crash test scores? So ho-hum. Resale value? Yesterday's news. Reliability, durability? A sideshow. But connectivity? "The introduction of the Model T by Henry Ford in 1908 was a moment that transformed transportation.

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The Chinese social media explosion
Calgary Herald
China had lagged the rest of the world's adoption of social media for some time, but that is no longer the case. China's use of social media is exploding, recent studies showing that China is not only no longer lagging, but has begun to lead the way in social network usage.

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Social media may soon drive more traffic to your website than search engines
Entrepreneur
If your marketing strategy doesn't have a serious social media component you should probably consider adding one. While most people in the U.S. still use traditional search engines such as Google to find what they're looking for online, users are increasingly discovering websites by way of social networks.
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Microsoft and Oracle team up to offer cloud computing
The Globe and Mail
Microsoft and Oracle announced a tie-up to give the once-fierce rivals a leg up against newer Web-based cloud computing companies chipping away at their traditional businesses. The two industry leaders have competed for decades to sell technology to the world's largest companies. But they face growing pressure from more nimble rivals selling often-cheaper services based in remote data centres and they are rushing to adapt.
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Security to become top priority for next generation of the web
Tech Vibes
The next generation of the Internet, Internet 4.0, will be a digital gated community, with tightly control borders that permit or deny entrance to visitors. That's at least what Tom Kellermann believes, and he would know. As vice president of cyber security for Trend Micro, an Internet security provider, and as Commissioner of President Obama's Commission on Cyber Security, Kellermann has assessed all the threats, and understands what the next generation of Internet security will look like.
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30 per cent sales growth drives VoIP ranking on Buffalo business
Digital Journal
VoIP Supply was recently named one of Western New York's fastest growing companies in 2013. Buffalo Business First newspaper held their annual Fast Track Companies award reception where the rankings of privately held area companies were revealed. VoIP Supply, with 30 per cent sales revenue growth from 2010 to 2012, is ranked 33rd out of 65 companies.
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You'll be hearing from my online paralegal
The Globe and Mail
I recently sent my law-student son a link to a new report by the Canadian Bar Association on the future of his prospective profession. "Don’t be counting your millions just yet," I warned. The paper couldn't have painted a bleaker picture of where the business is heading. The short version goes like this: Power has swung to consumers who feel they've been gouged for too long and are now demanding more transparency and lower rates.
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