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Why James Whittaker left Google

14/03/2012 @ 21:00 UTC

Andy Baio : Why James Whittaker left Google - a thoughtful piece about the changes under Larry Page

Kickstarter's Double Fine Day

14/03/2012 @ 21:00 UTC

Andy Baio : Kickstarter's Double Fine Day - $1.66M pledged to projects in a single day

McSweeney's Internet Tendency: Hipster Logic Problems

14/03/2012 @ 20:01 UTC

Rod Begbie : McSweeney's Internet Tendency: Hipster Logic Problems - I saw this link before you did. [via#

Stratocam

14/03/2012 @ 20:00 UTC

Andy Baio : Stratocam - explore the world through Google Satellite imagery, share shapshots of your own discoveries

Dancefloor Diplomacy's "We Are Ready"

14/03/2012 @ 20:00 UTC

Andy Baio : Dancefloor Diplomacy's "We Are Ready" - live mashup with 20 musicians and 38 songs with no samples

Social Media and the Kony 2012 Campaign

14/03/2012 @ 19:00 UTC

cobra libre : Social Media and the Kony 2012 Campaign - "The best way to prevent child soldiering is to understand it as a composite of practices, not as a singular practice to be generalized from the LRA." #

We Have To Make The Web We Want

14/03/2012 @ 17:00 UTC

Anil : We Have To Make The Web We Want - On Sunday, I interviewed Nick Denton at SXSW about Gawker Media, commenting culture on the web, and a good bit of the history of professional blogging. In advance of the conversation, I began a conversation with Elizabeth Spiers, Choire Sicha, Lockhart S

Michael Steele: "I Wanted a Brokered Convention"

14/03/2012 @ 08:00 UTC

Rod Begbie : Michael Steele: "I Wanted a Brokered Convention" - This year's GOP primary clusterfuck? Deliberately engineered to make the race more exciting.  [via#

Machine Pareidolia

14/03/2012 @ 06:00 UTC

Andy Baio : Machine Pareidolia - Greg Borenstein tests face-tracking software on inanimate objects; go buy his book!

Patent lie

14/03/2012 @ 00:00 UTC

nelson : Patent lie - greatliege eat editorial about Yahoo

Encyclopaedia Britannica goes out of print

14/03/2012 @ 00:00 UTC

Andy Baio : Encyclopaedia Britannica goes out of print - after 244 years

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