- Where's _why? What happened when one of the world’s most unusual, and beloved, computer programmers disappeared | Slate. Interesting not just for the story of _why's disappearance, but for the perspective from someone trying to learn programming.
- Hang from the trees in 'spider web' tent
- Photos of The Baxter Inn | Boudist. The Baxter, aka. The Sydney Web Industry's Happy Place. Their Old Fashioned is fantastic.
- City Peaks - @digitlondon employees climb the Shard Mountain #arduino | CreativeApplications.Net
- A mute button for people? Japanese invent 'speech jamming gun' that stops people talking by freezing the brain | Mail Online. It's actually an old trick with new hardware to deliver it - I remember the science centre had a demonstration of this back when I was a kid. It works, it's really hard to speak when you're hearing youself on delay.
- Encyclopedia Britannica done with books:
Everyone will want to call this the end of an era, and I understand that," (Britannica president Jorge) Cauz says. "But there's no sad moment for us. I think outsiders are more nostalgic about the books than I am.
- Forget Your Past Buzludzha, Bulgaria | Timothy Allen photography
Not really sure how I hadn't seen this before:
- NASCAR Driver Wins 100,000 Followers in Two Hours Tweeting From Car
Malamut fluffball howling. Because it's cute and funny :)