Friendster rethinks site, will nuke users’ info

Friendster rethinks site, will nuke users’ info
Computerworld – If you have any pictures on Friendster you want to keep, you had better grab them now. The social networking pioneer, which has fallen to second-rate status in a world where Facebook and Twitter dominate, announced on Tuesday that it’s making some significant changes to the site.
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SETI hunt for alien life put on hold
Computerworld – The federal and state budget squeeze is affecting life here on Earth — and beyond. The array began scanning for signals from extraterrestrial life in October of 2007, and SETI planned to eventually expand the project to 350 dishes, covering 90 square miles.
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Google’s new CEO won’t change stance on China
Computerworld – Google’s stance on doing business in China isn’t going to change because Larry Page has replaced Eric Schmidt as the company’s CEO. That’s the word coming from John Liu, Google ‘s vice president for sales and operations in greater China.
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