Some great music to program by. I need music that...
I will help you understand the current financial crisis. Assume I am a bank....– Twitter / mediapathic
Top 278 Star Wars Lines Improved By Replacing A... →
Silly, but funny. I like #20.
FeedFlix.com - Get Your Money's Worth Out Of... →
Using your Netflix data, it tells you how well you are using Netflix
The Mark Cuban Stimulus Plan - Open Source Funding →
Interesting post by “maverick” Mark Cuban. You post an “open source business plan” that proposes to make money in 90 days (not with ads) and if he likes it, he’ll send you money.
Cell Phones for Soldiers →
Looks like a great charity - donate old cell phones so they can be refurbished and used by soldiers overseas to Phone Home.
A place for casual information →
Once again, Rands gets into my mind and completely exposes exactly what I think about Twitter. You should read his “Nerd Handbook” (link in hist sidebar) which is just so true. But I particularly liked this quote: For me, Twitter remains a place for casual information. For me, a tweet is still a note I tie to a balloon, which I let go and think, “Who is going to read that one?”...
To Follow or Not to Follow; that is the Question →
Interesting post about whether to follow someone, especially whether to follow someone back who has followed you. I don’t have a tremendous number of followers, and don’t particularly care whether I do or not. I really want to maintain a useful conversation, a good balance between social and professional usefulness. At this point, I carefully read over someone’s posts and ony...
Does the empirical nature of science contradict... →
Followup essays on Jerry Coyne’s article in The New Republic (found here) of the same title. And the answer to the question is “Of course it does!” I especially love Sam Harris’ satirical essay.
Dear America, I take it back. I don’t apologize. Because you know what? It’s...– The Agitator » Blog Archive » A Letter I’d Like To See (But Won’t)