Late Night Links – Sunday March 17th, 2013
- San Francisco’s Bay Bridge Lights Up With 25,000 Computer Controlled LEDs
- Hardest OCD Decision
I’d put more in. Getting the money to round number isclearly what this game is all about, no?
- I Can Relate…
- Instabridge Invites Friend to Join Your Wi-Fi. No Password Necessary
- The Racing Line: Exploring NASCAR’s Technological Dichotomy
I’m not a NASCAR fan, but an interesting article nonetheless.
- Sounddrown Plays Coffee Shop Noise, White Noise, Rain, and More to Help You Focus
This is interesting too. I occasionally listen to music at work if I don’t want to be interrupted, but sometimes I find that in itself too distracting. Might give this a try.
- Pope Facts
- Cool Ranch
- Transit Smart Cards in Limbo; Delays May Help Search for Better System
This annoys me, even though I hardly ever take transit anymore.
Normally this is the point where I tell you that’s it for this week, but today it isn’t! The big news of the week (for me) is that Google is going to be retiring Reader in July. Google Reader is the tool I use to read the news every day, and select items which will make it into my LNL post every week. Much has been written about its demise.
- Google Reader to Shut Down with Other Services in Another ‘Spring Cleaning’
- Google Reader Is Shutting Down; Here Are the Best Alternatives
- Feedly Promises ‘Seamless’ Transition After Google Reader To Its Own Backend
- Digg to Build a Google Reader Replacement With Same API, New Features
This one sounds interesting to me…
- Eight Google Reader Alternatives That Will Ease Your RSS Pain
- What’s the Best RSS Reader Not Named Google Reader?
- Five Best Google Reader Alternatives
- Feedly Picks Up Over 500,000 Google Reader Defectors
And now, we really are done. See you next week!