Here are the articles or web sites that I’ve found this week and linked to on my Delicious Bookmarks:
- BBC News – The rise of passive-aggressive wi-fi namesBBC article on the rise of passive-aggressive names for Wi-fi access points
- http://gizmodo.com/5952131/the-real-meaning-and-future-of-apples-mantra-designed-in-californiaDid a piece on Gizmodo about Apple design: http://t.co/zBCJng8L
- BBC News – 30 of your Britishisms used by Americans30 more Britishisms that are growing in popularity in the US
- Turn Your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch into a Webcam for Your ComputerUse the camera on your smartphone as a webcam for your computer
- In Paris, An Inflatable Trampoline Bridge – DesignTAXI.comThere’s an inflatable trampoline bridge across the Seine in Paris. THIS IS SO AWESOME.
- Echofon Blog: Changes Coming for Echofon Desktop UsersEchofon ceasing development on its Windows, Mac and Firefox apps
- BBC News – Thailand to auction 3G mobile networkThailand is about to auction spectrum for 3G services. Yes, 3G.
- The 25 Most Devoted Fan Bases — VultureThe 25 most devoted fan bases (including some I’ve not heard of)
- Special Report: How Starbucks avoids UK taxes | ReutersSigh, @starbucksuk is yet another multinational avoiding UK tax, according to Reuters
- Why the fall of 2012 will determine Microsoft’s fateAnother Microsoft article that I mostly agree with. http://t.co/Z0EnYUkh
- Breakthrough: Researchers can now create an animal entirely from stem cells“@feliciday: Time to make a unicorn.”
- 42.zipThis 42 byte zip file, when fully expanded, will take up 4.5 petabytes of disk space
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