In Australia we dial 000 for emergency services.
This smartphone app (iOS and Android) shares your location with emergency services as well.
Get it here: Emergency +.
Good insight. Full stack startups.
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There are changes to the Australian Privacy Laws.
Details here: www.oaic.gov.au.
This does raise some questions around where you’re hosting data. If you’re using the ‘cloud’ (Google Drive/Apps, hosted CRM, Virtual Servers etc) then you may want to read up and make sure you’re not setting yourself up for a problem.
…digitally signing allows them to confirm you as the sender and verify the message was not tampered with en route…
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I was just sent a link to this (source). Funny :).
Source: Savage Chickens.
This was new to me:
A third fascinating use case for Bitcoin is micropayments, or ultrasmall payments. Micropayments have never been feasible … because it is not cost effective to run small payments … All of a sudden, with Bitcoin, that’s trivially easy. Bitcoins have the nifty property of infinite divisibility: currently down to eight decimal places after the dot, but more in the future. So you can specify an arbitrarily small amount of money, like a thousandth of a penny, and send it to anyone in the world for free or near-free.
Source: New York Times.
This post is for Jared. I use the Feedly rss reader to keep track of news.
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Looks interesting. Not sure if this fits anything I’m doing at the moment, but I don’t want to lose track of it either. :)