This is one of my favourite TED talks ever. Solar Crowdsourcing (3:34). There are some technical problems early on, but stay with it.
It’s a sign of how broken the link of “I’ve read something interesting online” and “I should blog this” in my head, that I read this a few days ago, and didn’t share it here. The history of the artisanal toast trend in San Francisco is not just a story about ridiculous hipster spending and how […]
I’ve been thinking about different annual passes for families at the moment – this post from the Australian Museum website helps frame the way institutions are thinking about attracting family visitors.
Someone is really making a food substitute product called Soylent?
Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey talks about having a daily do and don’t list.
Nathan brings his usual thoroughness to the topic of how to do (good) coffee at church.
A couple of diagrams that suggest a hierarchy of Internet needs – I suspect the latter diagram of trusting all your personal information to some kind of cloud is at once undesirable and inevitable.
Just what is all of this Internet use doing to our brains? (Includes some follow-up on Kony 2012).
Try to think of your own answer before you click through… the best minds of my generation are thinking about…
Malcolm Gladwell: Who will have the longer legacy: Steve Jobs or Bill Gates?