- Devin Reams: The power of Time Machine, Dropbox, and Subversion – You can never be paranoid enough about data.
- Spiral Makes a Difference – clever.
- Visualized: what Motorola Android users want — Engadget – asking for public feedback doesn’t always go how the marketing person envisioned.
- Your iPhone Is Tracking Your Every Move – “Conspiracy or not, it still doesn’t reflect well on Apple’s concern over its users’ privacy.”
- Summer Intern Field Guide – we certainly subscribe to the “throw them in the deep end” philosohy.
- Melodramatic Bullshit – I’m reminded of the movie Disclosure. lots of hubbub about the scandal, but ultimately what saved Douglas’s character’s job was focusing his responsibilities and getting away from the distractions.
- Pulley: Easy Github Pull Request Landing – awesome.
- Dropbox Lack of Security – Miguel de Icaza – good, fair article. Some good points in the comments too. My take on this is simple: if you want to keep your data private, you need to control the whole stack.
- Edgar Martinez deserves to be in the Baseball Hall of Fame: Fan’s take – MLB – Yahoo! Sports – Edgar also won several AAA batting titles before breaking into the bigs, because the Mariners had him blocked by fan-favorite Jim Presley. That probably cost him a chance at 3000 hits.
- Consider the Retina Display – sometime in the not too distant future my dual 30″ monitors are going to need to be replaced. “Upgrading” to 27″ monitors just feels wrong to me.
- Could the iPhone 5 look like a beveled iPod touch? – I’m expecting something like this at some point, but I don’t know if it will be the iPhone 5. I do think the future iPhones will trend towards the thinner iPod touch hardware than the current iPhone 4 design.
Capsule, The Developer’s Code Journal
I’m very pleased today to announce the release of Capsule, the developer’s code journal. Capsule replaces the scratch document you have…