/// Adria Richards’ Response, Facebook’s New Ad Plan and Finding the Next Steve Jobs: The AllThingsD Week In Review 3/24/13 — 3/30/13
Photo by Asa Mathat For our readers who are not inclined to constantly hit the refresh button, here’s a quick look back the top 10 stories that drove AllThingsD this week: 1.) Yahoo Paid $30 Million in Cash for 18 Months of Young Summly Entrepreneur’s Time 2.) iTunes Not Exactly Break-Even Anymore 3.) Fired SendGrid Developer Evangelist Adria Richards Speaks Out 4.) Another Reason Google Reader Died: Increased Concern About Privacy and Compliance 5.) A Smarter Calendar for iPhone 6.) BlackBerry’s Million-Smartphone Mystery Partner: Brightstar 7.) Facebook’s New Ad Plan Is the Web’s Old Plan 8.) New Flipboard: News and Posts Handpicked and Shared 9.) Sony’s High-End Xperia ZL Comes to U.S. at a Hefty $719 10.) Q&A: Atari Founder Nolan Bushnell on Innovation, the “Next Steve Jobs” and Why Mobile Games Are “Over” For more of the week in review, you should follow us on Facebook and Twitter.
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- 03/24/2012 • Smithsonian Brings Classic Arcade Games to Life (Video)