I’m not ready to tell you what I was working on today (There’s a tease, huh?), but I can share the tabs I had open:
Andy Carvin (@acarvin) on Twitter: “Twitter will be @reportedly’s home base. We’re also on reddit at http://t.co/vW2wka61cl, FB at http://t.co/pLjKRZA4Xx, medium @ reported.ly.” That’s the announcement. A long, somewhat informative volley of tweets follows.
reported.ly (@reportedly) | Twitter That’s its apartment in the Twitter silo.
reported.ly will have no web presence Dave takes a wait-and-see approach. I’m with Dave in giving them some ease to figure it all out.
F2C: Freedom to Connect » March 2 & 3, 2015, NYC David Isenberg’s outstanding conference on topics that could hardly (IMHO) matter more.
Of sharing and millionaires and learning: A Sunday stroll | confused of calcutta Wonderful personal history lessons there.
Dada Data and the Internet of Paternalistic Things — The Message — Medium A good and scary piece of short fiction set in a future toward which we are clearly headed. By Sara M. Watson.
NY Times eyes deep linking to drive app use – Mobile Marketer – Media On the Times’ own role in the further silo-ing (or perhaps not, sort of) of the Net.
Apps Everywhere, but No Unifying Link – NYTimes.com Frames the problem deep linking is supposed to solve. Or perhaps indirectly also cause.
Bay Area DNA start-up wants to assist customers with designing their own creatures Might excite you. Might creep you out.
This is Dish’s Sling TV: an internet TV service that lets you stream ESPN for $20 | The Verge The Great Unbundling is happening. Here’s what I said about it two summers back.
Alison Chaiken’s Embedded Linux Resources Great list of links.
dpr » Blog Archive » GoGo does not need to run “Man in the Middle Attacks” on YouTube An assessment of a high-altitude security fail by one of the Net’s own dads.
PureProfile heading for ASX after $2.5m raising | The Australian A new approach to intentcasting.