This is a summary of articles I read and found interesting during this past week. The list is shared from among my feed subscriptions. I only share a certain number of articles in each of these posts, so if you'd like to see more, visit my full Google Shared Items list.
- Crater Lake: Day to Night – Time Lapse
- Kids Freaked Out By Grass, Squirrels and Playing Outside « FreeRangeKids
- Inline Validation in Web Forms
- U.S. Department of Transportation Responds to ACLU by Telling Us What We Already Know, Photographing the Exterior of Federal Buildings is Perfectly Legal
- Zoodles: A Browser for Kids
- Prezentare P.U.Z.- zona centrală a mun.Mediaş
- Need a few petabytes of Mac storage? Build your own BackBlaze Storage Pod
- This Is Why You Are In Debt | Marc and Angel Hack Life
- We'll Know When We Get There: Sincerely, John Hughes
– This is awesome.
- Support Center – CableWholesale.com
– “By far, the most frequently asked question we get is, “Is this a good quality cable?”, along with it’s follow-up question, “How do I know that this is a good quality cable?” In this article, we will attempt to offer some general guidelines for examining cable quality; we will also debunk some popular quality myths.”
- Released from prison, but still tormented « niacINsight
– Iranian youth kills himself after prison rape ordeal.
- A cordless future for electricity? – CNN.com
- Europe’s Ban on Old-Style Light Bulbs Begins – NYTimes.com
– Via @EnergyIssues on Twitter (http://twitter.com/EnergyIssues/status/3674173170)
- Laugh IT Out: Famous Bloopers
– “It isn’t pollution that’s harming the environment. It’s the impurities in our air and water that are doing it.”
“We are ready for an unforeseen event that may or may not occur.”
~ Al Gore, former Vice President of the United States (and inventor of teh internets)