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Tuesday
Nov252014

Week of 2014/11/16

[NyTimes]

  • "Uber, a Start-Up Going So Fast It Could Miss a Turn" [nytimes]
  • "Privacy Concerns for ClassDojo and Other Tracking Apps for Schoolchildren" [nytimes]
  • "Virtual Reality Fails Its Way to Success" [nytimes]
  • "No. 1 With a Bullet: 'Nadeshot' Becomes a Call of Duty Star" [nytimes]

[Links]

  • Building a complete Tweet index [link]
  • It's Official - iOS 8 Is Apple's Buggiest Release to Date [link]
  • The Unknown Start-up That Built Google’s First Self-Driving Car [link]

Monday
Nov172014

Week of 2014/11/09

[NyTimes]

  • "Comet Landing Bumpier Than Initially Thought" [nytimes]
  • "U.S.D.A. Approves Modified Potato. Next Up: French Fry Fans." [nytimes]
  • "Fearing Bombs That Can Pick Whom to Kill" [nytimes]
  • "Postal Service Discloses Major Theft of Its Employees' Personal Data" [nytimes]
  • "For Guccifer, Hacking Was Easy. Prison Is Hard." [nytimes]
  • "Microsoft's Nadella Talks About the Future of Office" [nytimes]
  • "Republicans Are Only Sometimes the Party of Uber" [nytimes]
  • "With Some Dating Apps: Less Casual Sex Than Casual Text" [nytimes]

[Links]

  • The Making Of Tesla: Invention, Betrayal, And The Birth Of The Roadster [link]
  • SpaceX Will Announce Micro-Satellites For Low Cost Internet Within Three Months [link]
  • Film industry shows how it's (sorta) easy to legally watch movies online [link]
  • DarkHotel: A Sophisticated New Hacking Attack Targets High-Profile Hotel Guests [link]

Monday
Nov102014

Week of 2014/11/02

[NyTimes]

  • "Malicious Software Campaign Targets Apple Users in China" [nytimes]
  • "The Latest Flipboard Serves Up the News and Some Surprises" [nytimes]
  • "Fall of the Banner Ad: The Monster That Swallowed the Web" [nytimes]
  • "A Billion Still to Spend, and Only Two Years to Do It" [nytimes]
  • "There Is No 'Healthy' Microbiome" [nytimes]
  • "Brittany Maynard, 'Death With Dignity' Ally, Dies at 29" [nytimes]

[Links]

  • In South Carolina, A Program That Makes Apprenticeships Work [link]
  • The End of the Throw Away Appliance [link]
  • The Sixth Stage of Grief is Retro-Computing [link]

Thursday
Nov062014

Week of 2014/10/26

[NyTimes]

  • "Facebook to Spend Billions on Future" [nytimes]
  • "Ideology and Investment" [nytimes]
  • "Apple's Tim Cook Says He Is 'Proud to Be Gay’" [nytimes]
  • "Apple Pay Runs Afoul of MCX, a Group With a Rival Product" [nytimes]
  • "With Microsoft Band and Health, a Jump Into the Growing Market for Wearable Technology" [nytimes]
  • "Charles Schwab to Offer Free Advisory Service for Online Investments" [nytimes]

[Links]

  • I'm Terrified of My New TV: Why I'm Scared to Turn This Thing On - And You'd Be, Too [link]
  • Incredible Photos of Mountaineers Scaling the Swiss Alps [link]

Tuesday
Oct282014

Week of 2014/10/19

[NyTimes]

  • "Can You Uber a Burger?" [nytimes]
  • "Michelle Munson of Aspera, on Always Respecting the Opportunity" [nytimes]

[Links]

  • Watch Jony Ive and Elon Musk talk design and sci-fi transportation [link]
  • Retailers are disabling NFC readers to shut out Apple Pay [link]
  • What It Took for SpaceX to Become a Serious Space Company [link]
  • How to Earn the Right to Buy Ferrari's Most Exclusive Hypercar [link]
  • Refold's Portable Cardboard Standing Desk [link]

Tuesday
Oct212014

Week of 2014/10/12

[NyTimes]

  • "Phone Hackers Dial and Redial to Steal Billions" [nytimes]
  • "Trying to Live in the Moment (and Not on the Phone)" [nytimes]
  • "CBS to Offer Stand-Alone Web Subscription Service" [nytimes]
  • "Why Germans Are Afraid of Google" [nytimes]
  • "Your Instagram Picture, Worth a Thousand Ads" [nytimes]
  • "Brunch Is for Jerks" [nytimes]
  • "Venture Capitalists Return to Backing Science Start-Ups" [nytimes]
  • "The Gummi Bear Chronicles" [nytimes]

[Links]

  • Kickstarter Freezes Anonabox Privacy Router Project for Misleading Funders [link]
  • Dreaming a Different Apollo [link]
  • Keeping Space Clean: Responsible satellite fleet operations [link]

Monday
Oct132014

Week of 2014/10/05

[NyTimes]

  • "Technology Takes the Wheel" [nytimes]
  • "Aboard a Cargo Colossus" [nytimes]

[Links]

  • The Model D Is Tesla's Most Powerful Car Ever, Plus Autopilot [link]
  • Mercedes will talk self-driving cars and debut a new concept at CES [link]
  • Drone racing in the woods evokes more than a few Star Wars memories [link]
  • Square Cash for iOS sends funds to nearby pals over Bluetooth [link]
  • Inside the Biggest-Ever Hedge-Fund Scandal [link]
  • I want my Apple back [link]

Wednesday
Oct082014

Week of 2014/09/28

[NyTimes]

  • "Protesters in Hong Kong Are Targets of Scrutiny Through Their Phones" [nytimes]
  • "As PayPal Spins Off, Apple Pay Signals New Era at Cash Register" [nytimes]
  • "Antibiotics in Livestock: F.D.A. Finds Use Is Rising" [nytimes]
  • "Times Articles Removed From Google Results in Europe" [nytimes]
  • "If You Have Unlimited Vacation, Will You Take It?" [nytimes]

[Links]

  • The Unpatchable Malware That Infects USBs Is Now on the Loose [link]
  • When Everything Works Like Your Cell Phone [link]
  • Floating Drone Lamps Would be Freaking Amazing [link]

Wednesday
Oct012014

Week of 2014/09/21

[NyTimes]

  • "Drone Exemptions for Hollywood Pave the Way for Widespread Use" [nytimes]
  • "Marc Andreessen Sounds Warning on Start-Ups Burning Cash" [nytimes]
  • "Start-Ups and the Death of Do-It-Yourself" [nytimes]

[Links]

  • Everything you need to know about the Shellshock Bash bug [link]
  • Duh: Of Course the iPhone 6 Plus Can Bend in Your Pocket [link]
  • Passport designers Joseph Hofer and Brian Paschke on BlackBerry's industrial design [link]

Thursday
Sep252014

Week of 2014/09/14

[NyTimes]

  • "Boeing and SpaceX to Take Americans to Space Station" [nytimes]
  • "Lessons From the Past for a Future in Smart Cars" [nytimes]
  • "Useless Creatures" [nytimes]

[Links]

  • No, You Can't Manufacture That Like Apple Does [link]
  • We've built privacy into the things you use every day. [link]
  • iOS 8, thoroughly reviewed [link]