April 11, 2016
Interesting Things on the Internet: April 11th 2016
- OMATA: A Modern Mechanical Design Approach. Lovely article about OMATA's beautiful GPS bike speedometer. I especially like the term modern mechanical. It sums up nicely the sort of products I'm aiming for with MCQN Ltd.
- What It’s Like to Get a National-Security Letter. A behind-the-scenes look at the usually-shrouded-in-secrecy process of responding to a request for information from the US security services.
- Design Facts. An interesting collection of facts about design (as you'd possibly expect :-)
- Saul Alinsky, community organizing and rules for radicals. Interesting article about an interesting person. Will have to seek out some of his books.
- ‘The Finkbeiner Test’. Good set of tests/rules to follow when writing about scientists (who happen to be women).
This blog post is on the personal blog of Adrian McEwen. If you want to explore the site a bit further, it might be worth having a look at the most recent entries or look through the archives or categories over on the left.
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