- Tufts Magazine / fall 2013
Alta California was "originally colonized" by New Englanders and Appalachians? Ummm…
- A Fraying of the Public/Private Surveillance Partnership – Atlantic Mobile
- An Ex-Cop's Guide to Not Getting Arrested – Mike Riggs – The Atlantic Cities
- Thoughts on the Google Nexus 7 from the perspective of a longtime iOS user [updated] | TUAW – The Unofficial Apple Weblog
- What Is 'Evil' to Google?
- FBI: Most Wanted Fugitive Jason Derek Brown Could Be Hiding Among Mormons – ABC News
- The Decline of Wikipedia: Even As More People Than Ever Rely on It, Fewer People Create It | MIT Technology Review
- Epic Exclusive: Key Silk Road Employee Breaks Silence — EPIC MAGAZINE — Medium
- The Hidden Technology That Makes Twitter Huge – Businessweek
- Exclusive pictures of secret Californian Scientology base 'where Shelly Miscavage lives' | Mail Online
- SHELLY SPEAKS: Scientology Leader’s Banished Wife Says She’ll Get Out “Only One Way” « The Underground Bunker
- 3 Navy Officials Charged With Swapping Secrets For Cash, Prostitutes In 'Massive' Bribery Scandal
Leak classified info, risk life in jail. Trade it for cash and hookers, you risk five years for bribery. #protip
- 14 Rejection Letters To Famous Artists | Thought Catalog
"First, we must ask, does it have to be a whale?"
- Bug time
- On the pathological way Apple deals with its customers
- Real Pornhub comments on stock photos.
- Out of the picture: why the world's best photo startup is going out of business | The Verge
- Male Novelist Jokes
Q: How many male novelists does it take to screw in a lightbulb?
- With the luster of social games gone, what now?
- Disarming Corruptor distorts 3D printing files for sharing of banned items
- Hacker uses bots to top music charts, bumps P!nk, Nicki Minaj – Networks – SC Magazine Australia – Secure Business Intelligence
How to make money as a musician? Bots.
- monochrom: CONTEXT HACKING – Essay
Context Hacking: How to Mess with Art, Media, Law & the Market | monochrom | Essay –
- Details – The dolphin in history; papers delivered by Ashley Montagu and John C. Lilly at a symposium at the Clark Library, 13 October 1962. – Biodiversity Heritage Library
Just discovered that Ashley Montagu & John C. Lilly led a symposium on dolphins at my work back in 1962. Huh.
- DailyDirt: Memories Are Not As Reliable As They Used To Be
- Why Are So Many Social Media Managers Dipshits? | VICE
- The Man Who Would Teach Machines to Think – James Somers – The Atlantic
- Noam Chomsky on Where Artificial Intelligence Went Wrong – Yarden Katz – The Atlantic