Monday, May 27, 2013

Tech Links: May 27, 2013

LEGO Android by Bruce Lowell


Apple Calms Investor Fears With Earnings Report

Apple Has an Identity Crisis: Is It a Hardware Company or a Software Firm?

Apple Snaps Growth Streak: First Profit Drop in a Decade Comes Despite Strong Demand for iPhone, iPad


This 8-Bit Video Will Make You Miss Your Childhood in the 90's

How Developers Coded in 1985 is a single serving site that does exactly what it's name implies. With each click of the mouse, the little block of today-ness gets recontextualized and rerecontextualized into bigger and bigger swatches of history until the ribbons of color include just the slightest notion of human existence.


Square Stand turns your iPad into a point of sale register. Makes me want to open a store, just so I can own one.


How large technology companies defend the rights of their users. Notice how Verizon has zero stars on that chart?

Reading & Discussion

Microsoft has finally decided to roll out web-based Skype calling. Over the coming weeks, users will be able to make Skype video and voice calls from within on their browsers.

Resources & Utilities

Google Wallet is now integrated into Gmail. This means you can securely send money to friends and family in the U.S without leaving your Gmail inbox. Smart.

Rome2Rio is a handy travel search engine site where you put in the place you want to start and where you want to go. It shows you the map, the cost of the ticket (air, rail, coach, ferry and mass transit routes), duration of the journey, etc.


A recollection of hacking the N64 with Action Replay and posting about it on Codejunkies with a Dreamcast.


10 Terrible Tech Frustrations My Toddler Will Never Have

Guest Photographers or: Why You Should Have an Unplugged Wedding


An introduction to Google Analytics for ecommerce

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