" . . . the top 3,121 skills, ordered by Amazon customer rating." It would have been nice if they had made it downloadable.
"If you've ever wanted to go on a bar crawl through Europe to visit all of Ernest Hemingway's favorite haunts, Google Earth has you covered. "
So, apparently, when they remake The Graduate the guy at the beginning who whispers "one word" to Dustin Hoffman will say "Hyperconvergence".
"The Hidden Power of Stack Overflow: How a Website You’ve Never Heard of Is Holding the Web Together"
Interesting piece but the first comment is apt: "Why do you assume nymag readers haven't heard of stack overflow?"
As someone commented upon hearing this news, "Cal-Berkeley is damage. The Internet is routing around it."
A new material can absorb up to 90 times its own weight in spilled oil and then be squeezed out like a sponge and reused, raising hopes for easier clean-up of oil spill sites.
At Quora, some interesting answers.
"More than half of web traffic comes from automated programs—many of them malicious."
Technology just keeps changing. I was going to write "advancing" but changed my mind.
"It would never happen a few years ago, but lately I've been noticing a trend of computer illiterate undergrads in my computing class. Guess a highschool kid these days doesn't have need for a computer at all?"
And see "Smartphones Have an Unexpected New Rival".
Call me crazy, but in most businesses, if you sold 400 million units, you'd be doing pretty well.