Business is not just interconnecting virtually, but also in reality. The Fourth Industrial Revolution will not work without relationships between people.
- It’s Stan Lee’s Universe
- American Rage: The Esquire/NBC News Survey
“We the people are pissed. the body politic is burning up. and the anger that courses through our headlines and news feeds—about injustice and inequality, about marginalization and disenfranchisement, about what they are doing to us—shows no sign of abating. esquire teamed up with NBC news to survey 3,000 americans about who’s angriest, what’s making them angry, and who’s to blame.”
- The 3 stages of creating a badass home page
- Ghost in the Shell, over two decades old, remains our most challenging film about technology
- Is group chat making you sweat? – Group chat is like being in an all-day meeting with random participants and no agenda.
My pal Filippo posted news on this article Historic computers look super sexy → on the Docubyte project on photographing some really vintage original machines at the National Museum of Computing at Bletchley Park. Machines that are the prehistory of modern computing, machines that have an undeniable charm even today. Do yourself a favour and see it yourself …
We need more browsers that treat their users, rather than publishers, as their customers. It’s the natural cycle of concentration-disruption-renewal that has kept the Web vibrant for nearly 20 years (eons, in web-years).
We may never get another one, though.
The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), once the force for open standards that kept browsers from locking publishers to their proprietary capabilities, has changed its mission. Since 2013, the organization has provided a forum where today’s dominant browser companies and the dominant entertainment companies can collaborate on a system to let our browsers control our behavior, rather than the other way.
Cory Doctorow, Save Firefox
Mactracker 1.0 was introduced on May 14, 2001. Over the past 15 years it has grown to become an indispensable tool for enthusiasts, collectors, resellers, service providers, and IT professionals.
Yesterday Mactracker celebrated 15 years [!!!] since it was introduced on the market for Apple users. It is really an indispensable tool in my arsenal when I deal with unknowns Macs sent to me for hardware upgrade or repair, along with information on the original and maximum OS support, or identification for a correct sell (or purchase) through eBay or similar sites.
Today Mactracker database (available for free on your Mac or iOS device) counts more than 700 devices and I can’t recommend it enough if you manage multiple Mac at work or as an hobby…