- Kubernetes - The Future of Deployment - Bashton Ltd
- MonolithFirst | Hacker News
- Red Hat IT: OpenShift Has Streamlined our Workload. Let It Streamline Yours. – OpenShift Blog - RT @asheshbadani: Eating our own dogfood - @RedHatNews IT runs @openshift Enterprise on AWS - 30+ app nodes, 1000+ apps!
- Pru overcame early failure; can Government Center be next? - Opinion - The Boston Globe
- How Smart, Connected Products Are Transforming Competition - HBR
- Jim Whitehurst on Twitter: "Plenty of signed copies of The Open Organization at Quail Ridge Bookstore in Raleigh #theopenorg #redhat http://t.co/0PQIlPBSW0" - RT @JWhitehurst: Plenty of signed copies of The Open Organization at Quail Ridge Bookstore in Raleigh #theopenorg #redhat
- Last Week Tonight with John Oliver: FIFA II (HBO) - YouTube - “@ShahinKhan: John Oliver revisits Fifa. ” << His FIFA pieces are some of his best.
- Boredom and Distraction in Multiple Unmanned Vehicle Supervisory Control
- Real New Yorkers Can Say Goodbye to All That - Bloomberg View
- Hard not to see by James Panero - The New Criterion - "For many years, the French writer Guy de Maupassant insisted on eating lunch every day at the restaurant in the Eiffel Tower. The reason, he explained, was simple: the restaurant offered the only spot in Paris where he could look out and not have to see the Eiffel Tower. Such a thought may come to mind when sitting on the bank of couches overlooking the Hudson River from the fifth floor of the new downtown home of the Whitney Museum of American Art. With uninterrupted panoramic views through eighteen-foot-high floor-to-ceiling windows, sixty feet above the West Side Highway, one cannot help but feel a sense of awe at watching the sun arch over the passing ships, illuminating the buildings on the opposite shore and sweeping across America unfurling to the west. But the greatest satisfaction of these front-row seats may come from the knowledge that, unlike those people on the streets and sidewalks and ships below, or the museum-goers behind us, from here we may look out and never see the new Whitney Museum of American Art."
- Nelson archive at Amherst: A one-of-a-kind trove reveals what rural 19th-century American boyhood was really like.
- AMC’s Halt and Catch Fire Season 2 review: How it pivoted to become a different, better show.
- The Triumph (and Failure) of John Nash’s Game Theory - The New Yorker
- Mary Meeker's 2015 Internet Presentation - Business Insider
- Resurrecting the 'yuppie vaccine' : Nature Medicine : Nature Publishing Group
- The Hardy Boys, Nancy Drew, and the Secret Ghostwriters of Children's Fiction - The Atlantic
- MagPi Issues Archive - Raspberry Pi
- The Hacker Shelf | Community-curated collection of free books for the intellectually curious.
Thursday, June 04, 2015
Posted by Gordon Haff at 9:18 AM