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The Xbox 360 Security System and its Weaknesses

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Google Tech Talks
August 11, 2008


After the disaster of the original Xbox, Microsoft put a lot of effort in designing what is probably the most sophisticated consumer hardware security system to date. We present its design, its implementation, its weaknesses, how it was hacked, and how to do it better next time.

Speaker: Michael Steil
Michael Steil has been involved with various embedded systems hacking projects, like the Xbox, the Xbox 360 and the GameCube. In 2006, he has spoken at Google about the flaws in the security system of the original Xbox.

Speaker: Felix Domke
Felix Domke is the principal author of the Xbox 360 hack and the Linux port. He has also significantly contributed to hacking the dbox2, the GameCube and the Wii, and porting Linux to the respective platforms.

Breakfast: Google Street View

Posted by who am I On January - 6 - 2009

Paul Henry talks to Computer World editor Rob ONeill about the new Google street view technology.

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FIRST LEGO League Nano Quest Challenge Kickoff

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Google Tech Talks
September 15, 2006

Mark Edelman is Co-founder and Director of Technology for Playing At Learning, a 501(c)(3) non-profit founded to identify, develop, support, and foster technology-based educational enrichment programs for children. He has over 13 years of experience as a software engineer, and has spent 5 years as a youth robotics coach, mentor,instructor, and volunteer.

A gathering of the Northern California FIRST LEGO League community to formally kick of the 2006 Nano Quest Challenge.

At the gathering, there will be:

– Viewing of a short video explaining the 2006 Nano Quest Robot Game
– A Description of the 2006 Nano Quest Research Project
– A Discussion of…

The Dream – Rockin That Thang Remix Ft ElonSkee

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Marissa Mayer: Don’t Kill Projects; Morph Them

Posted by who am I On January - 6 - 2009

May 17, 2006 presentation by Marissa Mayer for the Stanford Technology Ventures Program Educators Corner in the School of Engineering at Stanford University.

Google’s Vice President of Search Products & User Experience, Marissa Mayer, spoke to Stanford University in May, 2006. She lives by the old adage that if at first you don’t succeed, try again, and Mayer pushes aspiring business thinkers to breathe new life into failed ventures, as opposed to just cutting the cord. Repackage, rejuvenate, re-market, and re-examine those products or practices you thought would fly, and craft them a new set of wings.

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Google Tech Talks
May, 14 2008


Digital technology is becoming an indispensable and crucial component of
our lives, society, and environment. A framework for computing in the
context of problems facing the planet will be presented. The framework
has a number of goals: an optimal digital infrastructure, sensing and
optimising with a global world model, reliably predicting and reacting
to our environment, and digital alternatives to physical activities.
This talk will be taped.

Speaker: Andy Hopper
Andy Hopper is Professor of Computer Technology at the University of
Cambridge and Head of the Computer Laboratory. His research interests
include networking, pervasive and sentient computing, and using
computers for assuring the sustainability of the planet. He is a Fellow
of Corpus Christi College.

Andy Hopper has pursued academic and industrial careers in parallel. In
the academic career he has worked in the Computer Laboratory and the
Department of Engineering at Cambridge. In the industrial career he has
worked in senior roles for multinational companies and also co-founded a
dozen spin-outs and start-ups, two of which floated on stock markets. He
is currently chairman of RealVNC, Ubisense and Adventiq, and a director
of Solarflare.

Professor Hopper received the BSc degree from the University of Wales
Swansea (1974) and the PhD degree from the University of Cambridge
(1978). He is a Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering (1996) and of
the Royal Society (2006). He was made a CBE for services to the computer
industry (2007).


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Google Tech Talks
August 23, 2007


The OpenMRS project is a noteworthy open source community that allows developers to directly contribute towards technology that saves lives. This community began its work in 2004 in response to HIV’s devastation upon the developing world. As home to ninety-five percent of this pandemic’s disease burden, these resource-poor locations need new health care systems that efficiently manage medical information. A quick survey of the health information technology landscape in this environment yields poor organization, many inflexible ad hoc developments, and poor potential for proper scale.

OpenMRS was designed to serve as an electronic medical record system…

My Pubic-TV, call-in show,broadcast from MNN.ORG/NYC.Weekly,FRI,9PM-9:27PM/EST.CH:56-TW,RCN-83./CALLERS:212-757-2076.Also web streamed from and technology news,ufo sightings.Along with humor and opinion.The shows title “Invasion Earth” has expanded to “Invasion Earth and Beyond.”

Embedding Videos

Posted by who am I On January - 6 - 2009

How to Embed a YouTube Video on your Blog. Made for the YouTube Help Center “Call for Submissions”. A short and easy to follow video tutorial that will take you through the steps and pages so you can put a YouTube video on your blog.

Impact of Technology on Reducing Poverty and Alleviating…

Posted by who am I On December - 30 - 2008

Google TechTalks
June 7, 2006

B. Ramalinga Raju and Venkat Changavalli

India is booming with visionary initiatives to transform rural India and its poor. This tech talk tells the story of one corporation that is leveraging its core competency to address the issues.

Satyam group of Industries took on new missions starting in 2001 – to serve and transform the “Bottom of the Pyramid” – a phrase coined by Prof. C.K. Prahalad. Driven by the vision of Mr. Ramalinga Raju and his family, Satyam is forging ahead on three different fronts:

The Byrraju Foundation: has developed a model of transforming villages into self sufficient commercial societies. To date this initiative has transformed…

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