Badgeville Names Former Cast Iron Exec Ken Comée As Its New CEOview story

http://techcrunch.com – Gamification startup Badgeville just announced that it has appointed Ken Comée as its new CEO. Co-founder and outgoing CEO Kris Duggan will become the company’s chief strategy officer, and he will also remain on the Badgeville board. Comée was formerly the CEO of Cast Iron Systems, a cloud company that was acquired by IBM, and of PowerReviews, which was acquired by Bazaarvoice. (IT news)

Exchange 2010 and Outlook 2010 sending message to selfview story

http://serverfault.com – I have a customer who is copying herself on e-mails that she sends periodically. If she selects her mail address from the GAL it works fine, but if she types her smtp e-mail address in the cc line, it comes back as undeliverable, not a valid e-mail address. It is not in the cache and adding from the GAL does not add it back into the cache. It used to work fine. Thoughts? (HowTos)

Vudu Headquarters Robbed, Hard Drives With Private Customer Data Stolenview story

http://techcrunch.com – There’s been a break-in! And this time, it’s a physical, real-world break-in — not the digital variety we’ve grown so accustomed to hearing about lately. Vudu, the video streaming service acquired by Walmart in 2010, has just sent an email to customers letting them know of a break-in that occurred in their Santa Clara, CA office on March 24th. (IT news)

[ubuntu] Very slow bootview story

http://ubuntuforums.org – Hello all. I'm going to reinstall my Ubuntu with the new 13.04 release soon so I want to ask you which is the best option to recreate my partition scheme. My system boots really slow and I blame the hard drive for this. (Hardware)

kde mime types errors[SOLVED]view story

https://bbs.archlinux.org – Rather than necro-bumping a thread, you should start a new one. Since the solutions here don't work for you - hardly surprising since they are from 2008 - the fact that this is marked as [solved] is unlikely to get you much assistance. (HowTos)

California Court Bans Checking Smartphone Maps While Drivingview story

http://techcrunch.com – In California, drivers can now be pulled over for using their GPS while driving. Extending the state’s current ban on texting while driving, an appellate court in California v. (IT news)

The Next Don: How VCs Plan For The Futureview story

http://techcrunch.com – We all remember the last scene in The Godfather, where Michael Corleone is depicted as the next Don, taking over the role from his father as the figurehead of the mafioso Corleone family. (IT news)

After Ditching The Groupon Model, Zozi Lands $10M To Build Out Its Marketplace For Celebrity-Guided Adventuresview story

http://techcrunch.com – Zozi launched in 2010 to become the go-to destination for those looking for an (affordable) excuse to take break from the daily grind by offering daily deals on a wide range of local adventures — everything from cocktail classes in Atlanta to kayaking in San Francisco Bay. (IT news)

The Google Reader Shutdown Is Yet Another Nail In Feedburner's Coffinview story

http://techcrunch.com – How long until Google shuts down Feedburner? The company just announced that it is shutting down Google Reader on July 1. That’s a sad day for all of us who still regularly use it, but its demise was probably inevitable. (IT news)

Facebook's About Page Redesign Is A Graph Search Data Grabview story

http://techcrunch.com – Years ago Facebook made a wildly successful data grab by putting About details at the top of the profile. Now with its Timeline redesign‘s “Suggested” sections, Facebook could fill out Graph Search by making it easy to select and show off where you’ve been, what you Like, and what you’ve watched, read, and listened to. (IT news)