- The Map Room: The L.A. Times on Volunteer Mapping - It's worth remembering to temper enthusiasm for local crowdsourcing with the reality that it takes a critical mass that isn't everywhere present.
- How tape dies - "$1.5B markets don’t die overnight – even dropping 25% a year. Tape will be around for a long time to come."
- Map: Where Americans Are Moving - Forbes.com - Shows migration inward and outward by county. Good visualization.
- Timothy McSweeney's Internet Tendency: I'm Comic Sans, Asshole. - "Sorry the entire world can't all be done in stark Eurotrash Swiss type."
- SeaMicro drops an atom bomb on the server industry | VentureBeat - Interesting but I've seen the low-power server film a lot of times and it never seems to end well.
- Google Earth 5.2 Released | Google Earth Blog - New features around elevation tracks for hiking, etc.
- HP's PC supply chain by the numbers | ZDNet - Some of the numbers are impressive.
Wednesday, June 16, 2010
Posted by Gordon Haff at 12:17 PM