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RT @JTMtweets: Al-Qaeda uses Twitter to mobilize Saudi youth
RT @RobinKwong: Q: How can Quora achieve immortality? A: Cash | Tech blog | via @fttechnews
Apple, Google, and Amazon’s quest for one remote control is futile | @qz
The Tesla Model S Is Basically A Good Looking IT Department On Wheels | jalopnik
We need to talk: 26 awkward questions to ask news organizations about the move to digital | @NiemanLab
An Evaluation of Typeface Design in a Text-Rich Automotive User Interface | MIT Age Lab (PDF)
Burlingame: font family designed for legibility of vehicle displays. PR
RT @lhon: Meet the Company That Built 'Cuban Twitter' | @DefenseOne
Eight (No, Nine!) Problems With Big Data, | @nytimes
The People Pushing the NHL Into the Advanced Stats Era | @fivethirtyeight
RT @neilw: Why we'll never have an Inuit president: Inuit language doesn't have a word for freedom, the closest is "not caught"
RT @visualisingdata: Hi Saturday people, grab a coffee, maybe a cookie, and catch up on the good vis stuff that February brought to us
WiFi included with my sushi @ TJ Asian Bistro
Apple’s ‘holy war’ was a feud that made the Valley fertile | @ft 🔒
RT @ninakix: The craft of screen graphics and movie user interfaces – conversation with Jayse Hansen · Pushing Pixels
Over 100,000 buildings mapped in Guinea where Ebola broke out: | @Mapbox
RT @inakiescudero: I don’t come across this button often enough: send to kindle. small solution, big difference.
Nice to see some new ways of visualizing and listening to desktop muzak
RT @sarah3amos: Heartbreaking-- Anja Niedringhaus, photographer killed today in Afghanistan, had the lead photo on today's @nytimes
By turning security into a data problem, we can turn the tables on the bad guys
Can you train yourself to read faster? Re/code tests a couple of speed-reading apps to find out. via @BonnieSCha
Looking from NYC | Design Notes different readers perceive a text and what they may want to share with other readers or authors.
Tesla Drivers Are Using Their In-Dash Browser To Keep Up With The News, Quantcast Says | @techcrunch
militant group's are now including their FB & Twitter info on their letterhead
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