Friday, December 28, 2012

Tech Links: December 28, 2012

The Art of Everything by Michael B. Myers Jr.

There’s a whole lot of shit Rocket Science ain’t, but thanks to this informative Venn Diagram I’ve learned that actual Rocket Science suggests real rocket ships and I’m assuming science is involved too somehow.


Big Questions Hang Over Yahoo at CES: Mayer set to get some of her first face time with major digital agencies

The master map of all game companies and their connections


The top 25 responsive sites of 2012

List Of The Things You Should Have Already Experienced On The Internet Greg Rutter does it again with his “Definitive List Of The Things You Should Have Already Experienced On The Internet In 2012 Unless You’re A Loser His other two previous lists can be found here and here. Always an entertaining way to burn an afternoon or two.


Hacker sets up SiriProxy and a Raspberry Pi-controlled relay to make his iPhone's Siri voice control open his garage door

It's only a matter of time before the smart phone become a lethal weapon.

Reading & Discussion

Cyberspace is a world without laws or boundaries, and touch-screen technologies have made digital ideas tangible. Nick Harkaway asks where the physicalisation of the net is taking us.

The right to resell: a ticking time bomb over digital goods

Robots Are Already Replacing Us

What Wikipedia can tell us about the future of news

Resources & Utilities

Freethephotos allows you to easily transfer your photos from Instagram to Flickr by simply logging in and clicking a button. Think of the kittens, think of the breakfast plates, think of the converse shoes. Free the photos.

MailChimp helps you design email newsletters, share them on social networks, integrate with services you already use, and track your results. is the first marketplace for successfully funded Kickstarter & Indiegogo projects. What a fantastic way to spotlight product designers post-Kickstarter.


Neil DeGrasse Tyson: 'We Don't Know What's Driving 96% Of The Universe'


Technological Singularity Explained: Could It Change Our Future?


How to Overclock your Raspberry Pi

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