Letter from Tehran: With the Marchers: Reporting & Essays: The New Yorker
More powerful reporting on the ordinary people caught up in the fight for their voices to be heard. A struggle that has gone on, and on, for centuries.
The Secret Diary of Steve Jobs: The New York Times is friggin pathetic
“I will tell you this about iLiver 2.0: It’s nanoengineered, and it kicks ass. I wake up every morning feeling like Shaft, Superfly, James Bond and Kung Fu all put together. I’m bench-pressing twice my body weight, and I am so friggin ready to kick some low-rent tabloid hack wannabe ass that’s it not even funny. So bring it, Brad Stone and you other jealous, sanctimonious gits at the New York Times. Seriously. Bring your A game, you clueless, classless motherfriggers. I will be alive long after every one of you is dead. I know this makes you crazy, but it’s the truth. I’m back, bitches. Deal with it.”
Fake Steve is back and better than ever.
My $99, Linux-Powered Home Theatre PC
Great example of not needing a whole lot of money these days to get a ton of useful functionality. Not only that but a good way to replace the cable TV too.
Data Center Overload – NYTimes.com
Linked to by everyone, and now, me.
The Way I Work: Matt Mullenweg
Great peek into the worklife of the man behind WordPress. (via Tim Ferriss)