So my daily aggregate of links shared on Twitter is far from daily thus far, but that’s okay. It’s meant to be supplemental, and some days I share a lot on Twitter whilst other days I may not even tweet much at all.
I’ve refined the script that I’m using to pull in my tweets and filter them for links I shared, and pretty soon I will release the script for others to make use of as well. But more on that later, let’s see what’s been interesting the past few days!
- Nicole Sullivan wrote a great post about women in Tech, triggered by news of Google’s sponsoring of women to JSConf.
- The Big Bang Theory (not the TV-show, the real one) has a competitor in a new model of the Universe.
- Creative art expressed in a video by Blu. Spend ten minutes of your life you won’t regret.
- I hate having to make this link, but I highly commend Home Depot on what they’re doing.
- Check out this incredibly neat tilt-shift experiment using just CSS3.
- New exemptions to DMCA put DRM in tight spot.
- The Pipeline by Dan Benjamin is perhaps the finest podcast available today. Check out the interview with Clayton Morris. Lots of interesting stuff.
- A headset that reads your brainwaves for only a couple hundred bucks? This will be invaluable when the zombie apocalypse comes.
- Seems like HP is determined to not become just another manufacturer with no real influence or presence in the market beyond commodity products indistinct from its competitors.
- Epic Starcraft II trailer is Epic.
- iButterfly is another great example of people’s creativity.
- And if you needed any further convincing that we’re in a creative renaissance, you should just watch this.
- A useful tip for frequent travelers with button-down shirts.
- The ever-arrogant Apple. How dare they, indeed.
- Limbo, an Xbox Live Arcade game, looks really intense. Early reports from friends who played it say it’s fantastic. I hope it gets ported to the PS3.
- Why teen girls need more vibrators. (yes, it’s SFW)
- A neat Flipboard trick—if you’re lucky enough to have been able to join it.
- And one more, since I have to wait until my copy arrives tomorrow: official Starcraft II commercial.
Sources and/or subjects for some of these items:
@alexbrooks, @brucel, @chrismessina, @ClaytonMorris, @davebarrett, @Flipboard, @G_Masta, @kerri9494, @lbm, @nevenmrgan, @overture8, @rem, @secretsquirrel, @simurai, @stubbornella