Why we need sleep + 4 good reads

Do you remember what happened at the start of this week? Me neither! The news is flowing so fast these days, that you can’t really figure out what’s really happening. And that is why misinformation — aka the real fake news — surreptitiously gets embedded in our brains and we start believing that it might be true. The whole thing is becoming a bit of a confusing mess. And that’s the objective of the propagandists. Yet another accurate Orwellian prediction. Perhaps that is why I am sharing these articles today so that when you get a chance to read them, you feel you feel satisfied, at the very least. Continue reading “Why we need sleep + 4 good reads”

What I am reading today

An Elizabethan cyberwar. An excellent piece about the growing tensions between US and China. [The New York Times] The state of responsive design. [Smashing Mobile] How to survive the Series A crunch from someone who didn’t. [Sean Percival] This is a blog post. It is not a blog. Great rant. [Forrest Wickman] Can Sephora make-up … Continue reading What I am reading today

What I am reading today

Why we need a personal API. [Naveen] Talented Mr. Green: How FWD.us lost New York, Elon Musk, and the tech moral high ground. [Hamish McKenize] Battle for Sprint is turning ugly. [Fortune] The cult of design dictatorship. [Alex Cabal] Billy Joel on not working & not giving up drinking. [The New York Times] Continue reading What I am reading today

What I am reading today

Where are the ladies in the new Star Trek, asks Felicia Day. The suicide epidemic — Why America is killing itself. [Newsweek.] Nick Bilton’s piece in The New York Times reminded me of this piece by Felix Salmon about how technology impacts the norms of society  Welcome, Robot overlords. Please don’t fire us. Important article … Continue reading What I am reading today