Olivier Coudert on March 31st, 2013

CodeProject In the late 50’s, when people programmed close to metal (read: with assembly languages) on a daily basis, there were only two so-called high-level programming languages: Fortran and Lisp. Both are still in use, even though they are considered passé (yet, I consider Lisp and its Zen-like syntax as one of the best languages […]

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Olivier Coudert on April 5th, 2011

On March 1, the French government regulated that Internet companies must keep their users’ data for a year, and make them available to the authorities when subpoenaed. These data include anything used to identify a user and allow her to use a web service, i.e., ID, password, name, email addresses, as well as postal address and […]

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Olivier Coudert on June 25th, 2010

Apparently email is dead. That is what Facebook’s COO Sheryl Sandberg claimed at the Nielsen Consumer 360 conference last week and what we wrote a brief report about earlier this week. Continue reading Why Facebook wants you to believe that “email is dead”

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