- Ruth Reichl - Harvard Business Review - "Ruth Reichl says that the best career moves are the ones that scare you."
- This Magic Moment: Trust The Tale — And Teller — In A.R.T.’s ‘The Tempest’ | ARTery - The Tempest at the A.R.T. is the best piece of theater I saw this season.
- Inconceivable — MacSparky - RT @MacSparky: Here’s a fun little post. Inconceivable.
- ‘No Place to Hide,’ by Glenn Greenwald - NYTimes.com - "But in “No Place to Hide,” Greenwald seems like a self-righteous sourpuss, convinced that every issue is “straightforward,” and if you don’t agree with him, you’re part of something he calls “the authorities,” who control everything for their own nefarious but never explained purposes."
- For Steve Ballmer, a lasting touch on Microsoft - Fortune Tech
- My War On Wallets - Chuck's Blog - RT @chuckhollis: [blog] "My War On Wallets"
- The Pocket Watch Was the World’s First Wearable Tech Game Changer | Innovation | Smithsonian
- 32 years ago, experts foresaw much of today’s digital world | Pew Research Center - RT @leeodden: Pew: 32 years ago, experts foresaw much of today’s digital world
- The Best Commencement Speeches, Ever : NPR
- What Does “Enterprise Grade” Mean, Really?
- Metropolitan Museum Initiative Provides Free Access to 400,000 Digital Images | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
- Greater Boston Cycling and Walking Map
- The Half-Century Anniversary of 'Dr. Strangelove' : The New Yorker - "He was superseded by the “visionary” Kubrick, the artificer of slow-moving “sublime” movies like “2001,” “The Shining,” and “Barry Lyndon.” Many of us who loved the drive and the sardonic wit of such movies as “The Killing” (1956), “Paths of Glory” (1957), “Lolita” (1962), and “Strangelove” never loved the late films, with their glacial pacing and coldly sarcastic tableaux, in the same way." I get the point without really agreeing. (Though I love Strangelove.)
- House of Cards Intro (In The Style of The Walking Dead) on Vimeo
- The 25 best TV opening credit sequences of all-time
Tuesday, May 27, 2014
Posted by Gordon Haff at 10:43 AM