Curated Links

I created this page as my own personal hub of technology news and choose to share it with you. I’ll make that effort to keep updating it and hope you find some value in it. For the most part I like all my special data and references to reside on my blog page and no where else. :-)


OF INTEREST (Finance, Psychology, Business, Global Affairs):


  1. Top 15 UI Libraries on GitHub (with 1500+ watchers) Barry Donovan
  2. Color Scheme Designer Color Scheme Designer
  3. Color Scheme Designer Color Scheme Designer
  4. Generate a Boot Theme Boot Theme
  5. Words. Justin Jackson
  6. Web CSS Playground Webflow Playground
  7. Flat UI Sacha Grief
  8. Cleaner, hack-free CSS. Solved by Flex Bo
  9. Flat Pixels: The Battle Between Flat Design And Skeuomorphism Design Modo
  10. Less Aesthetic, More Design Wells Riley
  11. Flat UI is not the only way forward Max Rudberg
  12. Designers Will Code Medium
  13. Customize Twitter Bootstrap To Not Look Bootstrap-y AntJanus
  14. Other Resources for Bootstrap Bootsnipp
  15. 100% hand-coded, use this: 960 Grid
  16. Up and running fast; prototype: Bootstrap
  17. Must read article for any front end developer: A Front End Engineers Manifesto
  18. A great playground and resource alike, don’t miss: CodePen & JS Fiddle.
  19. Build new games:
  20. Interface Sketch
  21. Media Queries are a Hack Ian Storm Taylor
  22. Suite of 300 icons for web and user interface design. Adam Whitcroft
  23. The most advanced responsive front-end framework in the world. Foundation
  24. Mockups & Wireframing Tool. Balsamiq
  25. HTML5 and diveintohtml5
  26. Interactive Guide to Blog Typography. Kaikkonen on Design
  27. UX @ Stack Exchange.
  28. Create simple Wireframes in your browser. Wireframe
  29. Photoshop vs. CSS. Code Pen
  30. Learn Advanced Css and HTML with one useful guide. Shay Howe
  31. Why The Valley Wants Designers That Can Code UIE
  32. Step by Step UI Design. Sacha Greif
  33. Designing Web Applications. Nathan Barry
  34. An easy to follow design course for hackers who do amazing things. Hack Design
  35. What no one told you about Z-Index. Philip Walton
  36. The top free PSDs on dribbble in one place. Free Throw
  37. Talks To Help You Become A Better Front-End Engineer In 2013. Smashing Magazine
  38. Designers that code: a response to Jared Spool Deisgning Interfaces
  39. A badass list of frontend development resources I collected over time. GitHub
  40. Effects CSS. Hakim El Etab
  41. pure
  42. YUI. YUI
  43. Scalable and modular archicture for CSS. Smacss


Learning Javascript:
Learning JavaScript – my experience and advice Derek Sivers
How to Learn JavaScript Properly Javascript is Sexy
Douglas Crockford’s Javascript Douglas Crockford
Work through these courses. Codecademy
Learning. Learning JQuery
Learning Advanced JavaScript.  E John
Language Javascript. Github
Try Javascript – Try jQuery
The best free JavaScript resources. Js Books

Watch appendTo’s Screencasts. appendTo
Learning Javascript programming language. Caton Mat

Bundle and minify your CSS and Javascript.
Learn how to code javascript by using JSBin
JS Beautifier. JS Beautifier
JS Hint. JS Hint
JS Fiddle.

Why Python, Ruby, and Javascript are slow jmoiron
Interactive demo If the earth was 100px wide. Disctance to Mars.
More WebGL. Mr. Doob
Code, Experiments, toys and serious work. Click to Release
Why you should use WebGL. Codeflow
Are You a JavaScript Guru? Try This Test. assertTrue( ):
Check out Worry Dream, by Brett Victor
JavaScript secrets of Bret Victor’s homepage
Javascript Alternatives. Jster
Components, Client side Javascript Managers TJ Holowachick
Responsive & friendly tooltip. OS Valdaz
Secrets of the JavaScript Ninja. Amazon
The State of Jquery in 2013. Jquery
JQuery 1.9 has been released. JQuery
Javascript Weekly NewsLetter.
Javascript Weekly
Why Javascript? Nocolas Perriault
WTFJS. wtfjs
jQuery 2.0 Released Official jQuery Blog
Will JavaScript take over the programming world? Oreilly
Unheap – A tidy repository of jQuery plugins. Unheap
Unreal Engine in JavaScript/HTML5 – Citadel demo
Even Better In-Browser Mockups with Node.js. A list apart
rogressively enhance credit card payments. Skeuocard
Unified Templating. OJ

Javascript. Quirksmode
Javascript Reference. Mozilla, + Mozilla (2)
DOM. Mozilla
Javascript – Doc Hub

Daily Js Daily JS
John Resig.
Douglas Crockford. *also
Dustin Diaz.
Thomas Fuchs.
Paul Irish.
Yehuda Katz.
Paul Irish.
Remy Sharp.
Addy Osmani.
Stupid Languages. Ned Batchelder

Frameworks & Libraries:
Foundations STOIC
jQuery. jQuery
Require JS. Require JS

Mobile & UI:
JQuery Mobile
JQuery UI.
Knockout JS.
Sencha Touch



  1. Want to learn to code? Start here. Zack Shapiro
  2. Maximizing The Value of Your KeystrokesCoding Horror
  3. Is moving wp-config outside the web root really beneficial?WordPress Answers
  4. List of freely available programming booksStack Overflow
  5. 7 reasons I switched back to PHP after 2 years on Rails
  6. PHP The Right Way
  7. Learnable Programming
  8. A sophisticated text editor for code: Sublime Text
  9. Create a new Gist, it’s fun!
  10. Interactive SQL tutorial. SQL Zoo
  11. Introducing a new Gist. Github
  12. What’s New in WordPress 3.5: The Developer’s Perspective. One Extra Pixel
  13. The 7 Books of a Highly Effective Programmer. Focus Me
  14. Bootstrap flat alternative, Flatstrap.
  15. 25+ Must-have Chrome extensions for web designers and developers. Web Designer Depot
  16. The Command Line Crash Course.
  17. Learn Linux The Hard Way (β version)
  18. 10 Easy Things All Web Developers Should Do For Web Accessibility. Lanus Maximus
  19. Top 10 Unix Command Line Utilities 2012. Gold Flake
  20. 2012: A Year in PHP. Tech Portal
  21. Is it important for a programmer to memorize the syntax of the language? Stack Exchange
  22. Design question: Why was ‘~’ chosen to represent the home directory? Stack Exchange
  23. 20 Rules for Formulating Knowledge in Learning. Super Memo
  24. Janki Method. Using spaced repetition systems to learn and retain technical knowledge. Jack Kinsella
  25. Want to Remember Everything You’ll Ever Learn? Surrender to This Algorithm. Wired
  26. The Pomodoro Technique: Is It Right For You? Life Hack
  27. Programmer Interrupted. Nin Labs
  28. Programmers: Before you turn 40, get a plan B. Improving Software
  29. OS code editor built on top of HTML, CSS and Javascript Brackets
  30. CodeMirror is a JavaScript component that provides a code editor in the browser. Code Mirror
  31. Breaker 101: An intensive online web security course – I, Hacker
  32. The Architecture of Open Source Applications. Aosabook



Sept 01 – 25, 2013

August 29th, 2013

August 26, 2013

  • 901614 – Adopt Tor as a feature in Firefox. Mozilla
  • Microsoft’s Next Era. Tech Crunch

August 02 – 24, 2013

June 17 – 25, 2013

June 11- 16, 2013

  • Apple’s iOS 7: The iPhone and iPad are changing everything … again. NBC Tech
  • The PRISM Details Matter. Mark Jaquith
  • iOS7; or Why Is Everyone Suddenly A Design Critic? Compylr
  • NSA leaker is a patriot not a traitor. SFGate
  • Stop Watching Us. Stop Watching Us
  • Terms of Service; Didn’t Read. tosdr
  • Fertile Ground. Marco Arment
  • Start updating your apps for iOS7. NOW. ENTROPY
  • iOS 7: Instead of Flatness, We Got Depth. Gizmodo

June 08 – 10, 2013

  • All the Apple News (In Brief). Wirecutter
  • Facebook is just fine. Medium
  • I want to respond personally to the outrageous press reports about PRISM. Facebook
  • What the …? Google Blog
  • The Internet Is a Surveillance State. Schneier
  • Government Says Secret Court Opinion on Law Underlying PRISM Program Needs to Stay Secret. EFF
  • Why Privacy Matters Even if You Have ‘Nothing to Hide’. Chronicle
  • Did Obama Just Destroy the U.S. Internet Industry? LinkedIn

June 04, 2013

May 06, 2013

May 03, 2013

  • What a stupid idea. DCurtis
  • The antisocial network: Path texts my entire phonebook at 6am. Branded3
  • Shenzhen is Like Living in a City-Sized TechShop. Hack Things
  • Why developers are leaving the Facebook platform. Andrew Chen
  • A Rake Too Far: Optimal Platform Pricing Strategy. Above the Crowd

April 27, 2013

  • Twitter Should Shut Me Down. Mkrency
  • The next generation of Instapaper. – Marco
  • Don’t let the myths fool you: the W3C’s plan for DRM in HTML5 is a betrayal to all Web users. Free Culture
  • Why developers are leaving the Facebook platform. Andrew Chen
  • A Rake Too Far: Optimal Platform Pricing Strategy. Above the Crowd

April 21, 2013

  • Why LinkedIn dumped HTML5 & went native for its mobile apps. Venture Beat
  • Is Organic Better? Ask a Fruit Fly –
  • No, Fuck Off — Startups and Tech — Medium
  • BBC News – 1913: When Hitler, Trotsky, Tito, Freud and Stalin all lived in the same place
  • The secrets of body language: why you should never cross your arms again – The Buffer Blog

April 16, 2013

  • You know, Google, the web already had this feature.
  • News is bad for you – and giving up reading it will make you happier. Guardian News (Mobile)
  • Designing Open Source — Words About Design . Medium
  • Facebook Home ads show Facebook at its worst Medium
  • Hiring front-end developersJulio’s Blog
  • Women, Tech Conferences and the BullSh!t Surrounding ItSugar Rae
  • The Netflix Tech Blog: HTML5 Video at NetflixNetflix
  • The PA Report – Why your games are made by childless, 31 year old white men, and how one studio is fighting backPenny Arcade
  • Hiring front-end developersJulio’s Blog
  • How Microsoft Quietly Built the City of the Future$MSFT
  • Why don’t cell phones have a dialtone?Dan Goldin
  • Microsoft Plans 7-Inch TabletWSJ

April 7, 2013

  • Microsoft’s Office for iOS, Android: Not until fall 2014?.ZDNET
  • Why What You’re Reading About Blink Is Probably Wrong.Infrequently Noted
  • Why the Facebook Phone will be a flop.Network World
  • Why Facebook Home bothers me: It destroys any notion of privacy. Giga Om
  • Why does this PNG image display differently in Chrome & Firefox than in Safari and IE? Super User
  • Detecting TOR Communication in Network Traffic.Etersec
  • IRS claims it can read your e-mail without a warrant.CNET

March 22, 2013

  • Whole internet probed for insecure devices. BBC
  • Microsoft backs away from Flash ban in IE10 CNET
  • Google is getting a smartwatch now too? CNET

March 19, 2013

  • Future of Firefox Dev Tools. Paul Roget
  • The Samsung Galaxy S4 Is Completely Amazing and Utterly Boring Wired
  • Google, destroyer of ecosystems. Corte
  • Our Favorite Typefaces of 2012 Typographa
  • Project WindstormZephrosanemos
  • Kevin Lynch has joined as VP of Technology, reporting to SVP Bob MansfieldYou Tube

February 11, 2013

February 07, 2013

  • Ubuntu Smartphone Shipping in October. WSJ
  • Microsoft looking to release Office for Linux in 2014. Extreme Tech
  • Designing for Metro style and the desktop. MSDN
  • Surface Pro: Hefty Tablet Is a Laptop Lightweight WSJ

February 04, 2013

  • New BlackBerry? New BlackBerry. The Wire Cutter
  • 5 Ways SublimeText Just Bodybags vim+Terminator. Kevin NGO
  • Inventor of Etch A Sketch dies in France at 86. AP
  • >Do Not Type “File:///” in OS X Open Radar
  • A crazier prediction: iPhone Plus is real, and huge. Marco
  • Gabe Newell: Steam Box’s biggest threat isn’t consoles, it’s Apple. Polygon
  • 1% of CMS-Powered Sites Expose Their Database Passwords. Feross
  • No, I’m not going to install your bullshit app. Tom Morris

January 31, 2013

  • BlackBerry Z10 vs iPhone 5: Does BB10 stand a chance?. Geek
  • Why We Took Cocaine Out of Soda. The Atlantic
  • What’s so great about JavaScript Promises? Parse Blog
  • The stupid cookie law is dead at last. Blog Silktide
  • High Performance Networking in Google Chrome. Igvita
  • Microsoft Releases Office 365 Home Premium. $MSFT
  • A Guide to Engineering Experience. Oreilly

January 30, 2013

  • If Your Website Or Search Isn’t As Fast As Google, It’s Too Slow. The Codist
  • What’s so great about JavaScript Promises? Parse Blog
  • One line browser notepad. Coder Wall
  • Pixels don’t care. Warpspire

January 29, 2013

  • Step by step from jQuery to Backbone Github
  • Alt JS. Alt.js

January 27, 2013

  • How To Make An iPhone App That Actually Sells. Observation Deck
  • Building Firefox OS. Building Firefox OS
  • LibreOffice 4.0: The big changes will be under the hood. ZDnet
  • Why do game developers prefer Windows? Stack Exchange
  • Mozilla Recognized as Most Trusted Internet Company for Privacy. Mozilla
  • Ubuntu Phone will include a Terminal application. Ubuntu

January 27, 2013

January 24, 2013

  • What It’s Like To Be Ridiculed For Open Sourcing A Project. H. Arthur
  • A Whole New Code Search. Github
  • How to test whether your idea has a market.

January 23, 2013

January 21, 2013

January 20, 2013

  • Parsley.js: never write a single javascript line anymore to validate your forms. Parsely.js
  • Google aims to replace passwords with ID ring. Telegraph /Thesis – Antithesis – Synthesis.

January 15, 2013

  • iOS Development Tips If You’re Just starting Out. Stuart Hall
  • With GoBank, you can carry all your money in a pocket. C | Net

January 15, 2013

  • Aaron Swartz
    • Aaron Swartz’s Lawyer: Prosecutor Stephen Heymann Wanted ‘Juicy’ Case For Publicity. Huff Post
    • Why Did The Secret Service Take Over Aaron Swartz’s Case Two Days Before He Was Arrested. Tech Dirt
  • 5 Design Books You Should Read. Mckinney
  • Turn Documents to Data. Document Cloud

January 14, 2013

One of the best articles I’ve read about the late Aaron Schwartz: Prosecutor as bully. Lessig. The first comment on the blog post sums it all up. Inspiring comment!

Aaron, Manning, Assange, Kyriakoy, Occupy, all persecuted, hounded, some tortured. For what? For speaking truth to power, for revealing corruption, war crimes. For liberating information.

Meanwhile, Yoo, Addington, Libby, Cheney, Rumsfeld, Gonzales go around signing book covers and giving lectures about national security. The murderers, torturers and torture apologists are celebrated. The whistleblowers crushed.

Blankfein, Greenberg, Pandit, Mozilo, Geithner, go around lecturing us about financial responsibility, instead of rotting in jail for fraud, theft, embezzlement, corruption, bribery and multiple criminal conspiracies.

This is the disgusting injustice the underlies Aaron Swartz’s death. A Department of Justice that makes a mockery of the word “justice”, where the rule of law has become a joke, where the greatest criminals of our day wear ties and suits and are *absolutely beyond prosecution*, while the poorest get relentless, unforgiving, zero tolerance prosecution for the tiniest of misdeamenors.

Aaron was cursed with the ability to open his mind wide enough to see the world in all its ugly injustice and reality. His idealism, passion and honesty made him speak truth to power, so he was crushed.

There are only two crimes that are punished in this country now: being poor or challenging the powerful.

January 11, 2013

  • Safari
  • Nokia sold 4.4 million Lumia smartphones in ‘solid’ Q4 2012; results ‘exceeded expectations’. The Next Web
  • CES 2013: Monoprice Announces 27-Inch 2560×1440 Monitor for $390. Tested

January 10, 2013

  • f.lux makes the color of your computer’s display adapt to the time of day, warm at night and like sunlight during the day. F.Lux
  • Tutorial: GIMP 2.9/2.10 Feature Preview. Gimp Users
  • Surface Pro: an in-depth look at Microsoft’s super tablet. The Verge

January 09, 2013

  • Howdoi – Instant Coding Answers via the Command Line. Github
  • HTC Profit Plunges 91% In Smartphone War. Sky News
  • Apple reportedly to roll out low-cost iPhone for emerging markets in 2H13. Digi Times

January 08, 2013

January 06, 2013

  • iPad, Surface, Ultrabook: Are we there yet? Hanselman
  • An iPhone lover’s confession: I switched to the Nexus 4. Completely. 24100
  • Mosh: the mobile shell. MIT
  • Liked this Research, Share and Collab tool. Diigo
  • Memorizing a programming language using spaced repetition software. Sivers

January 03, 2013

  • Ubuntu for Phones. Ubuntu
  • Canonical announces Ubuntu for smartphones. Engadget
  • Do people really want to look at multiple windows at once? UX Stack Exchange
  • U.S. Internet Users Pay More for Slower Service. Bloomberg

January 02, 2013

  • Top of the line Linux Hosting at Media Temple. MT
  • No bullshit guide to math and physics. Mini Reference

January 01, 2013

December 31, 2012

  • Game Over: Zynga Shuts Down PetVille And 10 Other Titles To Cut Costs. Tech Crunch
  • I don’t want to download your app. New Come
  •  Linux now on 42% of consumer computing devices. Pingdom

December 29, 2012

  • Here Are The Hot New Technologies That Will Get Hundreds Of Millions Of Dollars In 2013. Business Insider
  • The top 10 tech ‘fails’ of 2012 (liked Mcdonalds and twitter twits). CNN
  • HTML Experiments. The Good Man
  • Fujitsu Not Pleased With Windows 8 Demand, Either. All Things Digital
  • Dreams of ‘Open’ Everything. Bits Blog, NY Times

December 28, 2012

  • Let’s make a Firefox app. 12 Devs of Christmas
  • 14 big trends to watch in 2013. Oreilly
  • Cool. Free DNS tools. View DNS
  • Why We Should All Care About Today’s Senate Vote on the FISA Amendments Act, the Warrantless Domestic Spying Bill. EFF
  • If you see a UI walkthrough, they blew it. Max Rudberg
  • Slant helps you decide quickly.

December 25, 2012

  • The best interface is no interface. Cooper
  • A Self-Made Man Looks At How He Made It. Scalzi

December 24, 2012

  • What Turned Jaron Lanier Against the Web?. Wired
  • Page Weight Matters. Chris Zacharias
  • BlackBerry 10 is Going to Have the Best Web Browser of Any Mobile Platform. Tech Vibes
  • Google Flights. Google $GOOG

December 22, 2012

  • How Many People Have Been Killed by Guns Since Newtown? Slate
  • Calculating a College Degree’s True Value. Business Week
  • How Did Siri Get Its Name? Forbes & Quora
  • Why the Instagram debacle just taught every tech company to be shadier than ever. The Verge

December 20, 2012

A push for more games to come in HTML5 on the web from Mozilla:
Show what’s possible using the web as an open gaming platform for the world.

December 12, 2012

  • Nokia engineer shows how to pirate games from the Windows 8 store. The Verge
  • Any page loaded in IE can track your mouse movements, anywhere, any tim.
  • Introducing a new Gist. Github
  • Growth hacker, growth cracker; the labels don’t matter, but the skills do! SEO Moz
  • Be yourself. Abnormal people create abnormal returns. 42 Floors

I found this interesting in an aerial satellite view. The urbanization of Dubai, NASA.

To expand the possibilities for beachfront tourist development, Dubai, part of the United Arab Emirates, undertook a massive engineering project to create hundreds of artificial islands along its Persian Gulf coastline. Built from sand dredged from the sea floor and protected from erosion by rock breakwaters, the islands were shaped into recognizable forms, including two large palm trees. The first Palm Island constructed was Palm Jumeirah, and the Advanced Spaceborne Thermal Emission and Reflection Radiometer (ASTER) on NASA’s Terra satellite observed its progress from 2000 to 2011.

Totally obsessed, interesting idea and a good laugh. Hahaha….Nice intro to
history.replaceState. Responsive URLS

It feels like we’re obsessed with making everything responsive at the moment, but haven’t we forgotten something? That’s right, what about our URLs? Resize your browser now and see a responsive URL in action. If you’re on mobile device you’ll already be using the shortened URL, so try this on your desktop.

December 10, 2012

Hopefully a trend that won’t die. More jobs? “Made in the USA” is back, baby. Also ~Apple CEO Tim Cook announces plans to manufacture Mac computers in USA

Earlier this morning in a post about Apple manufacturing their products in the US, I wrote “look for this “made in the USA” thing to turn into a trend”. Well, Made in the USA is already emerging as a trend in the media. On Tuesday, Farhad Manjoo wrote about American Giant, a company who makes the world’s best hoodie entirely in the US for a decent price.

  • Everything is my fault. Sivers
  • Tablets are waiting for their Movable Type. 37 Signals
  • China’s mini Apple takes slice of smartphone pie. Reuters
  • The real threat that Samsung poses to Apple. Asymco
  • The importance of being unrealistic. Alyssa Aldersly
  • North Korea: On the net in world’s most secretive nation. BBC
  • The Gmail app for iPhone and iPad: version 2.0. Gmail Blogspot
  • Steve Ballmer’s Nightmare Is Coming True. YAHOO

December 09, 2012

  • Can websites personally identify visitors? Google Plus
  • Convert your website visitors into leads for your sales pipeline. Relead
  • Just Finish Everything. Stat Spotting

December 05, 2012

  • NoSQL: The Love Child of Google, Amazon and … Lotus Notes. Wired
  • Sir Tim Berners-Lee flags UN net conference concerns. BBC
  • ‘Everyone in US under virtual surveillance’ – NSA whistleblower. RT
  • Microsoft opens its own social network. $MSFT. CNN
  • Linux Has Not Won, Microsoft is as Dangerous as Ever, Fie on Secure Boot. LXer
  • Thinking of Selling on eBay With Paypal? Think Again! Code Nerdz
  • I’ve realized Twitter is outsourced schizophrenia. Adam Brault
  • Apple – Think Different Twice. Then Bells
  • Half of all app store revenue goes to just 25 developers. The Register

December 04, 2012

  • The 61 Countries a Mad Despot Could Instantly Unplug From the Internet. Wired

December 02, 2012

  • Windows 8 – 40 Million Licenses Sold. $MSFT
  • A budding war of internet economics. MIT Economics
  • Mine Kafon: The low-tech, high-design tumbleweed minesweeper. CNN
  • Android Performance Case Studies. Curious Creature
  • Editorial: How piracy changed my life. NeoWin
  • DOJ Mysteriously Quits Monsanto Antitrust Investigation. Mother Jones
  • CEOs Don’t Come Pre-Made, Authentic Leadership Has To Be Learned. TechCrunch
  • Modern family: Dog adopts abandoned tiger cubs. BBC

November 30, 2012

  • Khan Academy Founder Proposes a New Type of College. Chronicle
  • How Syria Turned Off the Internet. Cloudfare
  • Love Your Terminal. Andrew Hayes
  • Miscellaneous Thoughts and Observations on iTunes 11. John Gruber
  • Facebook and Zynga Cut Their Ties. BBC
  • If Samsung doesn’t supply Apple’s processors, who will? CNN Money

November 29, 2012

  • Syria has disconnected from the Internet. Renesys
  • Tor exit node operator raided in Austria. Low End Talk
  • 5 API’s that will transform the Web in 2013. Alex Maccaw
  • Dell releases powerful, well-supported Linux Ultrabook. Arstechnica
  • A tutorial on anonymous email accounts. EFF
  • Eddy Cue: Apple’s Rising Mr. Fix-It. WSJ $AAPL

November 28, 2012

November 27, 2012

November 25, 2012

November 24, 2012

  • Windows 8 struggling to take off, survey and web data show. Guardian
  • Why Is Belarus the Only Country Where Opera Is the Most Popular Browser? The Atlantic
  • Can schools survive in the age of the web? BBC
  • Apple’s stick in the mud routine is getting old. Pando Daily

November 24, 2012

  • 18 Useful Twitter Boostrap Goodies You Should Know. Queness
  • Changing times for web developers. Amazed Saint
  • Suite of 300 icons for web and user interface design. Adam Whitcroft
  • Some problems are so hard they need to be solved piece by piece. Chris Dixon
  • Will Apple’s Rebound Continue Next Week? Forbes
  • Which James Bond Villain made the most Economic Sense? Marginal Revolution
  • The War on Noise. Scobleizer

November 21, 2012

  • How to get startup ideas. Paul Graham
  • Airport Security Is Killing Us. Business Week
  • Never Apologize for Having an Opinion — Especially When You’re Right. MG Siegler
  • Most marriages break down over mundane household chores. Telegraph
  • Gaza ceasefire hangs in the balance amid Israel-Hamas talks. Guardian

November 19, 2012

November 16, 2012

  • Cornell study discovers parrots name their chicks. Cornell via Reddit
  • accepts Bitcoin. WordPress
  • Google vs. Samsung. Asymco
  • Engineers suck at finding the right jobs. Aimonetti
  • Google Launches Ingress, a Worldwide Mobile Alternate Reality Game. All Things Digital
  • Why Coke Cost A Nickel For 70 Years.
  • You can now test out Firefox OS using a Mozilla browser add-on. Gadgetell
  • Dell profit falls 47 percent. Reuters
  • Survey: U.S. Consumers Hesitant to Make Switch to Windows 8. USA Today

November 14, 2012

November 13, 2012

  • Google Nexus 4 Sells Out In Less Than An Hour (in Australia). Gizmodo AU
  • Samsung Galaxy S3 stores passwords in plain text. Geek
  • Alone Together, Again. Al3x
  • Windows chief Sinofsky exits Mircosoft $MSFT. NY Times Bits

November 12, 2012

November 11, 2012

  • The amount of crap computer users have to put up with is incredible, says .

November 10, 2012

November 08, 2012

November 07, 2012

November 06, 2012

  • GHOST. Just a blogging platform. John Onolan
  • You aren’t special, but you can make yourself be. Owen Williams
  • Apple, sneaky to the core. $AAPL. Fool

November 05, 2012

November 04, 2012

November 02, 2012

HTML5 Mythbusting (native apps vs.s HTML5 apps), from the folks over at Mozilla.

November 01, 2012

Check the PMI reports for the worlds biggest economies. Business Insider

U.S. phone addicts suffer withdrawal. FT

Marketing white babies. Cns News

This report was as worthless as it could be. The important factor, which everybody knows, is not age groups-that’s a red herring-but it is the percent of unwed mothers BY RACE. That’s not included in this report, because it would show that the vast majority of babies born to unwed mothers are either hispanic or black. While it’s a problem for whites as well, it pales in comparrison to illegitimate births among minorities. And it is minorities alone, that skew the percentages to the abomnable levels reported.

October 29, 2012

  • The Saudi’s have gone mad in “Medina: Saudis take a bulldozer to Islam’s history” says The Independent.
  • Gruber’s take on the leadership change at Apple.

October 19, 2012

Newsweek to stop printing and going all digital; I heard Newsweek might have a Pakistan edition:

Newsweek, the venerable US weekly magazine covering current events, will publish its final print edition on December 31 and move to an all-digital format early next year, two top executives said on Thursday.

Woops! Google earnings leak early, fall way short, and stock plunges.

Trading of the stock was halted after the midday release of Google’s third-quarter earnings, which was inadvertent. One section of the report contains a place for a “pending Larry quote, referring to Google CEO Larry Page. Google blamed the inadvertent early release on its financial printer, R.R. Donnelley, and said it would re-file its earnings later today.

New HAL Exoskeleton: Brain-Controlled Full Body Suit to Be Used In Fukushima Cleanup

On Windows 8: What is Windows RT (FAQ) and why you should buy a PC now.

Chrome Notebook battles with Microsoft tablets.

Much of the tech world’s attention this month is focused on two tablets: Microsoft’s Surface tablets running Windows 8, which just became available for pre-order, and Apple’s much-rumored iPad Mini, which could make its debut Oct. 23.

October 18, 2012

Microsoft’s Surface: Pre order it Apples iPad mini only comes with Wifi:

Apple’s expected “iPad mini” will only come in a Wi-Fi version – but there will also be a revised version of the iPad with 4G connectivity compatible with the UK’s Everything Everywhere network, and sporting the new “Lightning” connector, industry sources have told the Guardian.

October 10, 2012

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September 19, 2012

  • Flaws in Android and particularly Ginger Bread. Things don’t always work the same on this mobile platform.

September 18, 2012

September 17, 2012

September 14, 2012

September 11, 2012

September 08, 2012

An iPhone lover’s confession: I switched to the Nexus 4. Completely.