You may ask yourself: What does Dave read each week?
Or not. Either way, here’s your chance to find out. This week, I made an effort to take note of interesting stories I stumbled across in my RSS reader. The result fills up my Casual Friday post nicely this week! Hope you enjoy something here.
- Wish you could use Google Earth in your browser? Now you can.
- NASA blogger suspended. Not as controversial as it sounds.
- NYC DOE employees told not to blog (and this one is a bit more controversial).
- The consumerist shares a funny story about trying to order the discontinued hamburger value meal at McDs.
- Weblogged talks about kids and oversharing online.
- Dr. Ari Juels at RSA says to rethink password expiration (and I agree).
- Some images from EMC World 2008.
- Comparing the size of the mobile internet to other types of media worldwide.
- Marginal Revolution gives a shoutout to Murakami, only Japanese novelist I’ve read.
- DD-WRT update on Lifehacker (still haven’t updated).
- Insulting Einstein? Not really.
- Storage Anarchist’s EMC World wrapup.
- The challenges of corporate blogging.
- Designing for Evil.
- Glimpses of what The Road might look like (still haven’t read this).
- Euler, the first 101-word short story that made me laugh aloud.
- Hobbit movie chat highlights.
- Chuck Hollis on social media in enterprise.
Where would we be without RSS readers? I have trouble remembering what that world was like.
See you Monday!