- Get ready for your next-generation cloud: lessons learned from first-generation private clouds - BMC Blogs
- John McAfee In Crazytown | TechCrunch - "Hence McAfee, and his warm reception here. He’s an archetype of Def Con’s collective ethos, both good and bad, a cinematically awesome renegade / outlaw / trickster figure. And he’s also living proof, symbolically, that you can make your mark in the world, both technically and with a successful and famous startup, without selling out and turning corporate in any way; that you can accept everything life may offer and still remain fundamentally uncorrupted."
- Seth's Blog: Understanding substitutes
- The creator of Godwin’s Law on the inevitability of online Nazi analogies and the ‘right to be forgotten’ - The Washington Post - "Well, the thing that newspaper publishers know is that once something is out in the streets, it's very hard to go and get it back. Professional journalists have always known that you can't get the newspaper or the magazine back very easily. The traditional media have a more refined awareness of the lack of control over their content once it's out there. But for people who weren't in professional journalism, they haven't had to grapple with it. If they were writing stuff every day, it was probably in a diary that they kept in a drawer in their room."
- The other dude in the car | ROUGH TYPE - RT @derrickharris: Good take on the human aspect of the sharing economy and automation, via @roughtype: The other dude in the car
- Almost Perfect by W. E. Pete Peterson The Rise and Fall of WordPerfect Corporation
- AnandTech | Intel Broadwell Architecture Preview: A Glimpse into Core M - Sort of miss that I don't spend much time with hardware these days. Broadwell overview:
- Migrating to Cloud Native with Microservices - RT @adrianco: Video of my June QCon NY "Migrating to Cloud Native with Microservices" talk was just released
- Typing Errors - Reason.com
- TIME - Breaking News, Analysis, Politics, Blogs, News Photos, Video, Tech Reviews - RT @timbray: By me, at : ”Why We Might Be Stuck With Passwords for a While”
Tuesday, August 12, 2014
Posted by Gordon Haff at 9:17 AM