Interesting stuff from Melody Joy Kramer and others: What could a home page mean for a news site in 2015? Last September, I went to Chicago for a conference. On the third day of the conference, I slipped away to my friend Max’s apartment on a mission. The mission was to gather together a lot […]
…computing/search/news edition: The space-based web we currently have will gradually be replaced by a time-based worldstream. — From “The End of the Web, Search, and Computer as We Know It,” by David Gelernter in Wired. Worth a read.
TheThaiReport.com, a new Thailand news aggregation site, aims to be a sort of Drudge Report ((So far the site hasn’t been updated since yesterday, so today’s news about the train derailment in Hua Hin is absent.)) for the Kingdom. ((TTR is modeled on Drudge’s famously bare bones design. So far no sign of the dreaded […]
Some links that have caught my eye of late: Facebook Exodus [NYTimes.com] — "Things fall apart; the center cannot hold. Facebook, the online social grid, could not command loyalty forever…" Bumpy Pitch — retro US soccer shirts. — Very cool. Love the Beth Steel FC tee, especially. The Chart of Fantasy Art [The Publisher Files] […]
Christian Science Paper to End Daily Print Edition. [NYTimes.com]
The Big Picture is a new offering from the Boston Globe that presents compelling images and the news stories behind them. Don’t miss the photos of the uncontacted tribe in the Brazilian Amazon.