Here are links I found interesting on March 1, 2014:
Here are links I found interesting from February 14, 2014 through February 28, 2014:
Here are links I found interesting on February 5, 2014:
Here are links I found interesting on February 4, 2014:
- The GOP Just Named its Hot New Innovation Lab After a Nazi Pistol – "The Republican National Committee today excitedly announced the launch of a new startup lab to bring techies and creatives together, Silicon Valley-style, to get Republicans elected. Oh, and they named it for a Nazi gun, a type of ammo, and a philosophy that puts war before peace." Is anyone really surprised by this?
- Why Bob Dylan Lost the Super Bowl, and Why Coke’s Ad Won – I really liked the Coke ad, despite all the backlash from conservatives. (Actually, the backlash probably made me like it more.) The Dylan ad was a shocker. I forgot he was still alive. Then I was turned off by his selling out to sell cars. And frankly, until I read this article, I didn't realize he was trying to sell Chryslers.
- Thirty Years of Mac – “1.24.14” Film – Great video celebrating 30 years of Macintosh — shot entirely on iPhones.
- Make Your Own Luck – Five principles for making the most of life's twists and turns.
Here are links I found interesting on February 2, 2014: