Who really owns your social data?That is the question that will be debated tonight at the headquarters of CBS Interactive in San Francisco, along with many others.
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The rantalicious tech blog Uncov took a brief hiatus from the Internet, but now it's back.Former Googler software engineer and current CTO of Pressflip Ted Dzubia will be doing most of the posting, but he's opened it up for anyone to contribute.
6:30 p.m. The blogger lounge is loaded with pizza, cupcakes, and Fiji water.
Today is International Talk Like A Pirate Day, and Facebook is playing along. Scroll to the bottom of your page, and change the language to "English (Pirate)":It's silly, but also kinda fun:Yer mateys on ye olde Facebook are yer shipmates and family ye wish to be in contact with during yer voyage on the high seas.
Twitter is redefining the future of messaging. They just released some cosmetic changes, and the site seems faster overall.
CBS Interactive hosted a meetup about the state of microblogging. Bear Hug Camp is about discussing the future of messaging.
When I hear the name Gary Vaynerchuk, I don't immediately think wine. Yes, his online wine empire is explosive, but he is multi-dimensional.
Full writeup is in my live blog from Day 3 at TechCrunch50.
Photo by Steve MallerI've been covering TC50 for the past few days, and believe it or not, I'm still hungry for more startup pitches.6:30 a.
The founders of Katalyst Media answer questions about their new startup.Here is a behind the scenes video.