I started a blog about music that I like that nobody has heard. Can you tell me whether my writing sucks? 🙂
These autocorrect failures made me laugh so hard that my throat started to hurt and I couldn’t finish reading them.
Now that books are increasingly going digital, what other physical objects can libraries share with the community? “Seeds” is one answer that never would have occurred to me.
What’s to stop a company from sending takedown requests for every URL on the web and letting Google figure out the difference?
A compelling glimpse of the future from Cory Doctorow, and also a beautiful and unique way of displaying an article that started as a slideshow presentation.
From en.wikipedia.org, originally posted by Dustin Boyer.
Why the heck hasn’t the dish draining closet caught on here? It makes so much sense. Is just that you can’t store as many dishes in a dish draining closet as you can when they are dried and tightly stacked? If so, does that mean people have too many dishes?
from Streetsblog New York City. I am so glad that a serious bike share program is coming to NYC, I will definitely take a test ride.
Now that I think about it, I can be pretty thoughtless and cruel to my units in strategy games. Sometimes I will take care of my units’ lives, name them, and mourn their deaths, but other times I will simply use them as disposable cannon fodder. In real life, I am a Quaker, and it is disturbing to think that perhaps being placed in charge of a country can have a similar effect on your psychology as being placed in charge of units in strategy games.