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  • Eric's comments, therefore, are ingenious: the remark's appeared in the context of Schmidt's address at a Google-backed conference on internet freedom.

    Dan Wagner: Schmidt on Carrier IQ: Good PR, Bad Business

  • Schmidt's comments have drawn a stark contrast between Google's almost frighteningly exposed software and the much safer offerings of its competitors.

    Dan Wagner: Schmidt on Carrier IQ: Good PR, Bad Business

  • While he isn't given quite as much to do here as, for example, Tom Hiddleston's Loki got in Thor, with Schmidt's motivations suitably grandiose but also curiously vague, Weaving is such a talented actor that he's able to do more with less, and I hope he's part of the package should any sequel materialize.

    Zaki Hasan: Zaki's Review: Captain America: The First Avengers

  • "We look forward to Eric Schmidt's participation at our Antitrust Subcommittee hearing in September," Sen. Kohl said in a statement.

    Google to Send Schmidt to Hill

  • While he isn't given quite as much to do here as, for example, Tom Hiddleston's Loki got in Thor, with Schmidt's motivations suitably grandiose but also curiously vague, Weaving is such a talented actor that he's able to do more with less, and I hope he's part of the package should any sequel materialize.

    Zaki Hasan: Zaki's Review: Captain America: The First Avengers

  • So ahead of Eric Schmidt's MacTaggart lecture, I wonder whether the issue he needs to tackle are the prospects for a future of symbiosis between new media and old – rather than the prophecies of conflict and retreat for television made in the past.

    New media gains offer mutual benefits for television

  • Hence, too, the heightened emotional impact of "A Minister's Wife," which brings "Candida" to pulsing life by adding Mr. Schmidt's astringent yet tuneful music and Ms. Tranen's gentle lyrics to Shaw's crisp, brittle words.

    George Bernard Shaw, With Passion

  • For the would-be Jobs in the bunch, maybe they should take heed of Eric Schmidt's keynote speech at the Edinburgh Television Festival this week, which lambasted the British education system for the "drift to the humanities" and not making computer science mandatory in schools.

    Carla Buzasi: Sunday Roundup

  • All five players are completely at ease with the long monologues that Mr. Pendleton has drawn more or less directly from Shaw's play, and they handle Mr. Schmidt's tricky score with sweet assurance.

    George Bernard Shaw, With Passion

  • It's an impeccably theatrical piece of work that is both beautifully speakable and more poetic than Paul Schmidt's now-standard version.

    The End Of the Line

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