- The Ideal Length for All Online Content
- Untitled (http://online.wsj.com/news/articles/SB10001424052702303987004579481502667817472?mg=reno64-wsj&url=http%3A%2F%2Fonline.wsj.com%2Farticle%2FSB10001424052702303987004579481502667817472.html) - Worth noting Thomas' partial dissent in the Citizens United case which has gotten too little notice @apatrizio
- How the mainframe lasted 50 years: adaptation | ITworld - “@apatrizio:Why has the #Mainframe survived for 50 years? Adaptation. ” Agree! From 10! yrs ago
- Mayor Walsh opens up Boston’s online data | BetaBoston - RT @GarethIdeas: City of Boston to open its data to public, joining SF & NYC
- Are wearables just a fad? | Andi Mann – Ubergeek - "I think Andy nails exactly some of the reasons why general purpose wearables are looking more and more like a fad. And as he says, “It’s still early. … It could be someone has to come along and do it right.” I just do not think that is going to be yet another general purpose wearable, for all the reasons Andy says and more."
- A Broken Place: The Spectacular Failure Of The Startup That Was Going To Change The World | Fast Company | Business + Innovation - "WITH ALMOST $1 BILLION IN FUNDING AND AMBITIONS TO REPLACE PETROLEUM-BASED CARS WITH A NETWORK OF CHEAP ELECTRICS, SHAI AGASSI’S BETTER PLACE WAS REMARKABLE EVEN BY THE STANDARDS OF WORLD-CHANGING STARTUPS. SO WAS ITS EPIC FAILURE. A 21ST-CENTURY CAUTIONARY TALE."
- Does Mozilla Dumping Its CEO Over Prop. 8/Anti-Gay-Marriage Stance = McCarthyism? - Hit & Run : Reason.com - "Regardless of the specifics of this case, I think the Eich story showcases how technology, symbolically-based economic activity, and access to information has really changed things (and generally for the better). At the same time, I share the ambivalence of many between blurring of lines between private and public activities."
- Google Cloud Platform Blog: Announcing Red Hat Enterprise Linux General Availability - RT @davidegts: This just in: You can now use your existing #RHEL subscriptions on @GoogleCompute Engine!
Wednesday, April 09, 2014
Posted by Gordon Haff at 12:23 PM