- Michael Arrington, Jenn Allen, and the Dark Side of the Information Age | Vanity Fair
- Char Kuey Teow | Char Kuey Teow Recipe | Easy Asian Recipes at RasaMalaysia.com
- Cooling Plant in Finland - In Photos: Stunning Photos Of Google's Massive Data Centers - Forbes
- PaaS Evolves with Linux Containers and OpenStack | OpenShift by Red Hat - RT @krishnan: PaaS Evolves with Linux Containers and OpenStack <- Post by @matthicksj
- How to avoid big international iPhone data charges | Macworld - “@nic221: How to avoid big international iPhone data charges ” << Pretty good overview.
- Log In - The New York Times - RT @timbray: Point: Unpaid writing sucks. Counterpoint: Deal with it.
- Tim Kreider’s Unstable Equlibrium - Will Wilkinson - RT @timbray: Point: Unpaid writing sucks. Counterpoint: Deal with it.
- Diane Greene at Startup School 2013 - YouTube
- The Evolution of PaaS | Matt on Cloud - RT @k__raman: Nice post on how Opensource PaaS is Evolving by @matthicksj . #openstack #solum #docker #openshift
- Cloud Computing's Confusion: Pricing - Datamation - RT @JamesMaguire: My piece: Cloud Computing's Confusion: Pricing w/ comment: @ghaff @Neovise @mthiele10 @samcharrington @cloudscompared
- A Cloud in Potentia | Of Clusters and Clouds - Nice teaser post from Datalynx about using Red Hat OpenStack and Storage
- A blast from the past | life one degree north, one-o-three degrees east - “@richardfontana: A blast from the past via @harishpillay” << Priceless!
Thursday, October 31, 2013
Posted by Gordon Haff at 11:12 AM
Friday, October 18, 2013
- Ohio State U. Lets MOOC Students Grade Peer-Graders - Wired Campus - The Chronicle of Higher Education - "One way to improve peer grading in MOOCs could be to let students grade their peers who graded them. That’s what a team of writing instructors at Ohio State University decided last spring when they were designing a massive open online course on rhetorical composition, known as WExMOOC."
- Mental Floss Exclusive: Our Interview with Bill Watterson! | Mental Floss
- The Economics of a Hit TV Show
- VMware NSX, Convergence, and Reforming Operational Visibility for the SDDC | The Network Virtualization Blog - VMware Blogs
- Pizza analytics by Foodler show pepperoni is Boston’s favorite topping - Innovation - Boston.com - So I have utterly boringly normal taste in pizza toppings relative to the rest of Boston.
- Gearing up for AWS re:Invent Boot Camp | Red Hat Storage - Create a multi-TB scale-out network attached storage solution in AWS. If you'll be at Re:Invent, check out
- Red Hat Innovation Awards | Red Hat - RT @RedHatCloud: Nominations are now open for the 2014 Red Hat Innovation Awards. Get the details and apply here:
- Moving to San Francisco - The Bold Italic - San Francisco
- Arduino Course for Absolute Beginners | Open Source Hardware Junkies
- Analysis of Silk Road’s Historical Impact on Bitcoin - The Genesis Block - Interesting analysis (though not sure what to conclude) of Silk Road and Bitcoin correlation cc @asymmetricinfo
- EMC Engineer Calls Out VMware Sales Rep On Twitter Over Partner Neutrality
- Secrets to Perfect Popovers | The Feed
Posted by Gordon Haff at 11:14 AM
Tuesday, October 01, 2013
- The Magazine That Was: Eleanor Clift on Her 50 Years at Newsweek - Newsweek
- The uneasy relationship between open source and profit | opensource.com
- Potential government shutdown: How would the U.S. media report on it if it were happening to another country? - Even if I don't fully agree with the slant, this is still pretty funny.
- OpenShift Origin Community Hour - YouTube - RT @pythondj: RT @openshift: Video: Talkin' @docker & #Openshift with @matthicksj @pythondj @solomonstre and @Michael_McGrath
- Instagram - Hong Kong airport in transit to Singapore.
- Technical Thoughts on OpenShift and Docker | OpenShift by Red Hat - Some technical thoughts from @Michael_McGrath on #redhat @openshift and @docker
Posted by Gordon Haff at 11:01 PM