Here are the articles or web sites that I’ve found this week and linked to on my Delicious Bookmarks:
- The New MacBook Pro: Unfixable, Unhackable, Untenable | Gadget Lab | Wired.comIf we vote with our pockets, we can tell Apple that we want sustainable, upgradeable computers.
- BBC | BBC College of Journalism Blog – How I reported from Syria with a smartphoneHow a BBC journalist used his smartphone to file a video report from Syria
- That Squid On Your Plate Could Inseminate Your MouthYou may not want to eat whole squid, even if it’s cooked – it may inseminate your mouth
- Dealing with trolls: a guide | Media | The GuardianTim Dowling’s quick 6 point guide to dealing with trolls
- http://jezebel.com/5917477/the-swiss-army-tampon-a-life+saving-wilderness-survival-toolSwiss Army Tampon ? http://t.co/tpwgebKG
- Apple’s 1986 Clothing LineSo yeah, Apple wasn’t so cool in the 1980s… *fetches eyebleach*
- BBC News – World’s first ‘tax’ on Microsoft’s Internet Explorer 7An Australian online retailer has added a ‘tax’ on all purchases made using Internet Explorer 7
- A brief history of MarriageA brief history of marriage in the UK, and how it has changed over the years
- Apple Will Discontinue Ping in Next iTunes Update – John Paczkowski – Social – AllThingsDApple expected to kill off Ping, its music social network, in next major iTunes update, and use Twitter/Facebook instead
- A New HTTP Status Code for Legally-restricted ResourcesA ‘451’ HTTP status code has been proposed for when access is denied to legally-restricted resources
- Chicks Rule?Infographic: gender balance on social media web sites
- Is LinkedIn or Twitter more useful for graduate job seekers? | Guardian careers | guardian.co.ukIs it better to use LinkedIn or Twitter for finding graduate jobs?
- Pointer Pointer by @StudioMonikerThis is cool – a site which displays a random photograph of someone pointing at your mouse cursor on screen
- BBC News – Flame and Stuxnet makers ‘co-operated’ on codeThere’s evidence to suggest that the teams that wrote Flame and Stuxnet co-operated at some point
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