A zero inbox is that wonderful feeling of knowing you’ve taken care of business. Discover a couple of wee tricks to make this easy to maintain.
We live in a ‘save’ less world online, but the humble desktop has yet to catch up with this, forcing me to think of when to save my process.
Amazon have launched a waterproof Kindle. Speaking as someone that has lost many a device to the aqua gods I should welcome this. But I am going back to the printed page.
After a 1600 mile roundtrip journey in my Tesla, I have fallen in love with road trips again, even with the overhead of charging.
The NTSB concluded today, with their release of a 500 page report, that the driver had failed to respond to directions to put his hands on the wheel
1.1 terabytes of data includes birthdates, home addresses, telephone numbers and political views of nearly 62% of the entire US population.
With e-book sales dropping as much as 26% year-on-year, has the shine gone off the kindle?
Could Whole Foods morph into an Amazon’s version of CVS/Walgreens like store? Everything you need under one roof.
Okay so this caught most of the industry off their feet, with Amazon announcing they are getting into bricks’n’mortar business big time by buying a Whole Foods, the horrendously expensive supermarket.
Around 40% of your emails are being tracked for marketing purposes.
FaunaDB, from the technical team that led the Twitter database team, have come out and announced their offering of a new style of database aimed at the serverless model.
Not nearly as expensive as you would think to rent space on this most valuable of places on the highway.
Verizon has completed its long awaited purchase of Yahoo, for only $4.48B – cheap for what was one of the Internet’s cornerstone properties. Mayer, is out, but she can take some consolation with her $23M package.
Elon Musk has thrown down the nay-sayers and stated that all supercharger stations will eventually be off-the-grid. Given their recent acquisition of Solar City this was always on the cards.
Good article from Harvard Business Review on the hubris of courting too much media attention too early on in a startup.
30 min interview with Tim on how he stepped up to the challenge of taking over as CEO of AOL.