May 05, 2014
Interesting Things on the Internet: May 5th 2014 Edition
- How Your Face Changes in Different Lighting. Hypnotic if a little spooky.
- U.S. Promotes Network to Foil Digital Spying. Wonder if the US government wants to fund a mesh network here in Liverpool? ;-)
- Circuit Stickers Manufacturing Retrospective: From Campaign to First Shipment. Hardware is hard. More useful tidbits of advice from Bunnie.
- Company Rule. Good reminder of how/why such an entity as a company came to be. Do today's circumstances call for an alternative approach to be available too?
- Screw London, Move to Britain.
- Sales for Hackers. Despite having done enough of it to survive for over a decade running my own company, this is still hard.
- Want to Predict the Future of Surveillance? Ask Poor Communities
- Properly Funding Democracy Club. With a general election beginning to loom over the horizon, it's good to see the more civic-minded hackers working at tools to help improve democracy. However, I think Francis' idea to take things to the next level is a good one.
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