Thursday, March 7, 2013

Tech Links: March 7, 2013


B&N CEO Lynch: “We’re not going to continue doing what we’re doing

Barnes & Noble Weighs Its E-Reader Investment

Brave New World: How will shrinking shelf space impact publishing?

Why B&N should abandon hardware


10 Hook-Up Websites For Lonely Gamers


Building "A Young Lady's Illustrated Primer"

Dear Apple, Amazon, Google: Here’s Why Chinese Consumers Hate Your Ecosystems

I used Google Glass - "But what’s it actually like to have Glass on? To use it when you’re walking around? Well, it’s kind of awesome."


Music Sales Up for First Time in More Than a Decade: The spread of services like Spotify and Pandora contributed to a dip in pirated music

New anti-piracy system hits U.S. Internet users this week. Your guide to life under the Copyright Alerts System. 3 unintended effects of the Copyright Alerts System.

Over 1 Billion eTextbooks Downloaded from iTunes U | Good E-Reader - ebook Reader and Digital Publishing News

Time Warner Cable says there's no consumer demand for gigabit internet

Web hosting company Rackspace recently unveiled a Google Street View tour of their highly unusual headquarters: “The Castle,” a 1.2 million square foot former shopping mall in San Antonio, Texas. More than 3,000 employees work in the facility in converted retail spaces.

Reading & Discussion

Asia, Give Up On The Dream Of Being Silicon Valley


Neil DeGrasse Tyson on Asteroids.

The Secret to Productivity? Ambient Coffee Shop Noise

Treating Mental Illness in the Digital Age


Browsing the web on an iPad stinks–and Apple likes it that way


Matrix Learning: Downloading lessons into the brain might sound like sci-fi, but technology that activates neural patterns might soon help us practice while asleep.


11 Reasons Your Blog is on a Road to Nowhere (And What to Do About It)

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