Friday, January 16, 2009

The Daily Dozen

  1. Where sweatshops are a dream.
  2. What Apple could learn from Palm's webOS.
  3. Top 10 travel health problems and how to avoid them.
  4. A real life Fantastic Voyage (and a cool nano-GPS system.)
  5. The full text of President George W. Bush's farewell address.
  6. ActionOutline is a blazing fast, hierarchical note organizer.
  7. 24 rooms tucked into one. A remarkable apartment able to transform itself into a myriad of looks and functions.
  8. Steve Jobs on the stupidity of living in the past and uncertainty of the future. Watch the video of his entire commencement address to Stanford here.
  9. Book outlines available online.
  10. Personal Branding: Be aware of your pigeonhole -- it's hard to switch.
  11. War on Drugs: The collateral damage. As much as I'm strongly opposed to drug use, I'm increasingly becoming opposed to many of America's anti-drug laws because I'm increasingly convinced they do more harm than the drugs themselves do.
  12. New e-paper technology speeds up how quickly colors change by 10-fold. Applications range from flexible color displays for e-book readers to billboards.

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