- Let’s Make a Bubble Map
- Why Nobody Writes About Popular TV Shows
- CNN, Flight 370, Space Aliens, and Why Your Opinion Does Not Always Matter | TIME.com - "There is one way, I guess, in which this polling might be relevant: if CNN is asking itself whether its heated, speculation-filled marathon coverage, which itself raised the possibility of black holes or supernatural mischief, had so poorly informed the public that a not-insignificant portion of them came to believe the theory. In which case, well, at least someone is asking the right questions."
- The interface from Dev to Ops isn’t going away; it’s rotating – Donnie Berkholz's Story of Data
- The Robot Car of Tomorrow May Just Be Programmed to Hit You | Autopia | WIRED - "While human drivers can only react instinctively in a sudden emergency, a robot car is driven by software, constantly scanning its environment with unblinking sensors and able to perform many calculations before we’re even aware of danger. They can make split-second choices to optimize crashes–that is, to minimize harm. But software needs to be programmed, and it is unclear how to do that for the hard cases."
- Anova Sous Vide Immersion Circulators - Anova seems to have an even lower-priced immersion circulator coming out. I like mine.
Wednesday, May 07, 2014
Posted by Gordon Haff at 3:41 PM