Android vs. The iPhone: It’s All About The Cloud – Um…yeah. I'm a little shocked to read this epiphany from a tech writer who didn't realize this difference years ago. Am I taking it for granted that people understand the difference between Apple and Google's focus?
4 Habits Of The Most Resilient People – There's actually a 5th habit: Habitually post motivational posters/quotes to social media.
Sharks & Minnows – Punching and kicking on purpose isn't acceptable on the swim–too dangerous for everyone involved. On the other hand, as the guy who once grabbed my ankle and used me to pull himself forward found out the hard way, I ain't no punk either.
The 9 Biggest Reasons to Embrace Solo Running – I'm mostly a solo runner. The only downside to running solo for me is that I'm the only person I get to spend the time with. I don't like myself as much as I do my running partners 100% of the time.
As IT’s industrial age ends, the humanist era begins – Power to the people!
Remember when Mark Zuckerberg gave New Jersey schools $100 million? OOPS!!! – Fortunately for Zuckerberg, all most people are going to remember is that he wrote the check. #ForTheChildren
Roku Remote Stopped Working – Easy Solution – I love the internet on most days. Today is one of those days.
A Bachelor’s Level Computer Science Program Curriculum – If you want to learn it, here you go. Good for review too. And there are countless other resources available as well!!!
Chicago halts Uber try at airport pickups – Translation: taxi companies and airport upset that people don't like price fixing.
Triathlon, Do You Live And Die By It? – Anyone who ever accused me of this isn't aware of my results. Still, I could benefit from a healthy dose of it right about now.
What Ancient Cave Paintings And Teen Spirit Teach Us About Where Social Media Is Going – Of course, everything is alternative. Until it isn't.
Another link dump. I promise I’ll try to include more bloggers and less news stuff in the future.
Here’s How to Stop FB From Tracking You Online – Logging out isn’t enough.
Can We Play? – Feeling guilty because you don’t get to spend enough time on education and they are aimlessly wasting the day? Don’t.
Career Ruin: Homeschooling
I realized that public school is like Social Security. There is no money to do what we are pretending we are aiming to do. We should just grow up and admit that we cannot have effective public schools for everyone. Just like we cannot have Social Security for everyone.
Well there go her Presidential hopes.
Gamers Unlock Protein Mystery That Baffled AIDS Researchers For Years – More of this please.
Woman tries to shoot possum, shoots acquaintance instead – I wasn’t even aware @knoxvillerugby was playing in ATL this weekend.
Dubya and Me – You don’t have to be a fan of his politics (I’m not) to enjoy this great piece on W.
Three Market-Based Solutions To Pull People Out Of Poverty – More of this too!
Robot Triathlete Will Complete An Ironman? – These things don’t have the greatest form, but I’m not one to talk.
Union troubled by Eagle Scout project in Allentown – How dare you do something for free that these guys won't do for less than $15/hour!
Bernanke reassures markets on dollar – Uh-oh. The dreaded "vote of confidence." That means there's a committee already formed to find a new coach.
A phpBB to bbPress database converter « – But first you have to install 0.7, convert, then upgrade to 0.8, then upgrade to 1.02. Ironically, it seems completely worth it.
The 7 Harsh Realities of Social Media Marketing – Some good stuff here
Can the Government Save the Airlines? – What the airlines need are a few more stylin', profilin', limousine riding, jet flying, kiss-stealing, wheelin' n' dealin' sons of guns like Ric Flair!
Training the Mind to Run Right Through the Winter – Looking forward to not having this problem.
BeautifulPeople.com – I see absolutely nothing wrong with this. It's smart.
Happy Holidays: Google Offers Free WiFi At 47 Airports – Cool. I wish this were the norm, and I suspect it will be one day very soon.
When I started reading this, I was sure I’d fall into one of the seven categories presented–click over for the lengthy descriptions. Turns out I’ve been most of them at one time or another.
- People Who Are Too Big for Their Britches
- Snobs Who Look down Their Noses at Everyone
- Cold Fish
- Anyone Who Talks the Talk but Can’t Walk the Walk
- People Who Beat around the Bush
- Morons Talking Out Of The Wrong End
- Long-Winded Gasbags
I could add a few more to that list, but I can’t risk being long-winded to do so.