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Past Week's Favorites

from November 20, 2014 to November 27, 2014

  1. The Best Bed Pillows

    We came to this conclusion after spending hours reading all the reviews of pillows we could find, interviewing sleep experts, consulting Sleep Like the Dead’s extensive pillow database of…

    Times Favorited: 0 Times Bookmarked: 1

    thesweethome.com

  2. The Joy of Lego

    Norman Mailer’s Lego city, a futuristic Mont-Saint-Michel, which sits in his living room. Credit Photograph by Simeon C. Marshall

    Times Favorited: 0 Times Bookmarked: 1

    www.newyorker.com

  3. The IT Talent Shortage Debate

    Tech employers say good people are hard to find. Job hunters see a broken hiring process. Both sides need to shake their frustration and find new ways to connect. Talk to employers and job hunters…

    Times Favorited: 0 Times Bookmarked: 1

    www.informationweek.com

  4. What is a Wireless Guest Network & How to Create One in DD-WRT?

    A Wireless Guest Network is a popular trend in home and business wireless networking that allows visitors, potential business associates, friends, or family all-important access to your Internet…

    Times Favorited: 0 Times Bookmarked: 1

    www.flashrouters.com

  5. Traditional Development Is a Municipal Gold Mine

    In the United States, cities have spent the past 60 years reconfiguring public spaces to be oriented around the automobile. When new places are built, regulations require that they be similarly…

    Times Favorited: 0 Times Bookmarked: 1

    www.theamericanconservative.com

  6. Twine, the Video-Game Technology for All

    Perhaps the most surprising thing about “GamerGate,” the culture war that continues to rage within the world of video games, is the game that touched it off. Depression Quest, created…

    Times Favorited: 0 Times Bookmarked: 1

    www.nytimes.com

  7. Business in the Archive

    “Colonel Harland Sanders, the fried-chicken magnate, who seems in public to be as jolly and serene as Santa Claus, is actually one of the world’s foremost worriers,” William…

    Times Favorited: 0 Times Bookmarked: 1

    www.newyorker.com

  8. Bill Gates' tech worker fantasy: Column

    Microsoft founder and chairman Bill Gates attends Stanford’s commencement ceremony in June in Stanford, Calif.(Photo: Justin Sullivan, Getty Images)Business executives and politicians…

    Times Favorited: 0 Times Bookmarked: 1

    www.usatoday.com

  9. Mathew Ingram

    Mathew IngramShared publicly  -  2014-10-17

    Times Favorited: 0 Times Bookmarked: 1

    plus.google.com

  10. God's Lonely Programmer

    In the beginning there is darkness. The screen erupts in blue, then a cascade of thick, white hexadecimal numbers and cracked language, "UnusedStk" and "AllocMem." Black screen cedes to blue to white…

    Times Favorited: 0 Times Bookmarked: 1

    motherboard.vice.com


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