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Kindle Highlights

Amazon Kindle: Your Highlights. Gotta remember this page. Duh. P.S. They're supposed to sync to my Mac application, right? That's never seemed to work for some reason.


Android Phones Hit by 'Ransomware' You are guilty of child porn, child abuse, zoophilia or sending out bulk spam. You are a criminal. The Federal Bureau of Investigation has locked you out of your phone and the only way to regain access to all your data is to pay a few hundred dollars. That message […]

inessential: Waffle on Social Media I’ve heard blogs classified as a type of social media. Maybe that’s true, and maybe not — I don’t care. Read the rest, though. It's short, and I almost blockquoted the whole thing, but that just felt wrong. /me favorites Brent's post

Least Fascinating

The Most Least Fascinating Profile You’ll Ever Read About a Guy and His Boring Startup FIFY

Humans Need Not Apply


First-person Hyperlapse Videos

RFID in the NFL

NFL players will wear RFID chips this season to track their movements I think the NHL is doing something like this as well, perhaps in a few years. I don't know if it's by RFID though.

The Adobe Illustrator Story

The Adobe Illustrator Story from Terry Hemphill on Vimeo.

Digital Tattoos

This is NOT satire. It's real.

How to Flawlessly Predict Anything on the Internet This is a modern update to a classic confidence game—find a risky scenario with limited possibilities, bet on every single combination, and then hide your failures. The result is that you look like you’re either psychic or a goddamned genius. Variations of this scam have been used […]

Avoiding “Sagan Syndrome.” Why Astronomers and Journalists should pay heed to Biologists about ET. But perhaps some perspective shifts will allow us to restore the Copernican Principle to its rightful place. Recall from my previous post how we have three wildly disparate time scales in play: millions, billions and trillions. Rounding to the nearest 20, […]

SSD Endurance Experiment

Michael Tsai - Blog - The SSD Endurance Experiment The takeaway: they all lasted longer than stated.

BitCoin Fork

I still have no idea what BitCoin is or how it works, but this doesn't sound good either: It's Time For a Hard Bitcoin Fork. Uh, okay.

Beware URL Shorteners

Scott Hanselman writes that This URL shortener situation is officially out of control. I saw a URL today on Twitter to an article on It was a custom short URL - but since I was visiting it via Twitter, it was wrapped with Twitter's URL, so I really started at When […]

Kontra’s Law

A commercial company’s ability to innovate is inversely proportional to its proclivity to publicly release conceptual products. Hello, Google.

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