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June 29, 2014, 11:35 PM

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Carlos Bueno / Quartz:
How insular Silicon Valley companies exclude good job candidates by enforcing a “culture fit”  —  The next thing Silicon Valley needs to disrupt big time: its own culture  —  There's a problem with Silicon Valley and the subcultures that imitate it.
Kashmir Hill / Forbes:
Facebook Doesn't Understand The Fuss About Its Emotion Manipulation Study  —  * Updated with an additional statement from Adam Kramer, the Facebook data scientist who conducted the study.  —  This weekend, the Internet discovered a study published earlier this month in an academic journal …
Tim Rogers / D Magazine:
Woot founder Matt Rutledge is self-funding a new company called A Mediocre Corporation to conduct e-commerce experiments  —  This Internet Millionaire Has a New Deal For You  —  The breakfast with Jeff Bezos started awkwardly and ended with an indignity that Matt Rutledge didn't even catch at first.
Bill Wasik / Wired:
Inside Highway1, PCH's incubator to help hardware startups prototype and manufacture products  —  The Man Making Silicon Valley Go Crazy for Hardware  —  Liam Casey, the founder and CEO of PCH, which is trying to create a platform to take hardware startups from “zero to Apple.”  Ian Allen
Andrew Cunningham / Ars Technica:
OEMs will not be able to customize the software of Android Wear, Android Auto, or Android TV  —  Android Wear, Auto, and TV save you from skins, and OEMs from themselves  —  Two watches and two OEMs, but one operating system and one interface.  —  Our full Android Wear hardware …
Kaylene Hong / The Next Web:
Akamai: Global average web speed up 24% annually to 3.9 Mbps, 20% of connections now above 10 Mbps  —  1.1K  —  The global average internet speed is continuing its steady increase, growing 1.8 percent quarter-over-quarter and 24 percent year-on-year to reach 3.9 Mbps, according to Akamai …
Seth Rosenblatt / CNET:
Google delays multi-language support in Google Now  —  Web giant pulls back on an announced update to Google Now that would've allowed multilingual people to switch at will between languages.  —  A new feature to let multilingual Google Now users switch between languages on the go has been delayed.
Dan Seifert / The Verge:
With Android One, Google tries to gain control of the Android experience in developing markets  —  With Android One, Google is poised to own the entire world  —  New hardware rules for low-end phones should have Microsoft on high alert  —  In the developed world, smartphones are ubiquitous.
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