Wednesday, May 21, 2014

linkage

i've gotten to a point in my mail-clearing where a good chunk of my messages are from me to myself, containing links that i've been meaning to check out. the following go back to mid-november, and are in chronological order from latest to earliest.

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$65 to convert my phone into a VR headset? seriously, it doesn't need to be the best quality, that sounds like an amazing deal!

fighting procrastination the smart way comes down to reducing choices. considering how little comic work i get done at home as opposed to at starbucks, i can vouch for this.

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why should you care about net neutrality? here's the first answer.

here is a more specific, clearer one.

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but... the other 99% were right? america is not a democracy? i'm stunned.

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i agree with most of this list of 25 must-reads, some of which i've just bought (a couple of the kindle editions are going for $1 for things that aren't out of copyright) or downloaded (thanks gutenberg), because i've not gotten round to 'em. yet.

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larry page's comeback is a good read. he's definitely got the jobs thing going for him.

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these glow-in-the-dark-roads seemed pretty cool - right until solar roadways. please go give those guys some money!

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i just watched the puppet news network (this video from early december). for the first time. it's kinda like reading madam and eve.

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paul kuczynski's satiric art is gorgeous.

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and here's a whole bunch of life hacks.

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only 890 emails to go.

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