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FTC Chairman Jon Leibowitz Backstage With Katie Boehret

Jon Leibowitz shared a different kind of scoop with Katie Boehret—what are his can’t-miss stops on a visit to Washington, D.C.

Stanford President John Hennessy Talks Backstage at D10

Backstage, John Hennessy talked with AllThingsD’s Katie Boehret about being smart, working hard, and Catholic nuns.

Secrets of the Secret Shopper — Justin Behar of Quri Talks With Katie Boehret

After the demo, Justin Behar of Quri takes a turn in front of the Katie Cam.

Behind the D — Ed Catmull, President of Pixar

After two sessions on the D stage — one concerning his work at Pixar; the other, the legacy of Steve Jobs — Ed Catmull took one more minute to chat with AllThingsD’s Katie Boehret.

Jeff Weiner and Reid Hoffman Speak off the Cuff at D10

AllThingsD’s Katie Boehret grabbed a minute with the LinkedIn CEO Jeff Weiner and Executive Chairman Reid Hoffman after they left the D10 stage.

Bruce Springsteen and the Sound of Intelligence — Aaron Sorkin Shares a Little About His Writing Process

After a candid conversation on the D conference stage, Aaron Sorkin spent a few minutes with AllThingsD’s Katie Boehret and shared a little more about how his writing makes it to the page.

Patents or Pork Belly? AllThingsD’s Katie Boehret Talks With Nathan Myhrvold.

Katie snagged a quick backstage conversation with the Intellectual Ventures CEO, and asked him about the other venture he has become famous for.

All Things D Cup — Up Close and Personal with Bra-Fitting Company True&Co

AllThingsD’s Katie Boehret talks with True&Co, the online bra-fitting start-up that demoed on the D stage today.

AllThingsD Is Launching a Timeline of Tech on Facebook — And We Need Your Help

We’ve just launched our Facebook Timeline of Tech, and we’re letting our readers make the finishing touches.
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Coliloquy’s Active Publishing Platform Lets Readers Create Designer Heroines (Demo)

When we were kids, cutting-edge publishing technology was pretty much limited to “choose your own adventure” books. Coliloquy, demoing at D: Dive Into Media, offers a little more interactivity.

Khush’s Songify Live Gives the Tone-Deaf an Auto-Tune-Up (Demo)

Start-Up Scribr Wants to Help Your Twitter Feed Survive the Coming Web-pocalypse

oBaz Wants to Rebuild the Online Deal Site, With Help From Groupon’s Founders

Start-Up Slader Looks to Solve the Math Homework Problem

CaptainU Builds the for Student Athletes

Openmargin Hopes to Be More Than Social E-Reading (Video)

Isaac Asimov on Education and Our Robot Overlords (Video)

Another Googley “Acqhire” — Contextual Search Start-Up Apture to Join the Chrome Team

Fetchnotes Wants to Get Your “To Do” List Out of Your Head

Image2Play Connects Images to the Videos They Came From (Demo at AsiaD)

Lytro Comes Into Focus (AsiaD Demo)

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The problem with the Billionaire Savior phase of the newspaper collapse has always been that billionaires don’t tend to like the kind of authority-questioning journalism that upsets the status quo.

— Ryan Chittum, writing in the Columbia Journalism Review about the promise of Pierre Omidyar’s new media venture with Glenn Greenwald