The Pixar Theory by Jon Negroni is a massive stretch but a fun read nonetheless.
The upside of destroying the environment:
Edward Burtynsky’s extraordinary images of manufactured landscapes.
Rootless Root or The Unix Koans of Master Foo.
I’m calling bullshit on this:
“Blackphone includes a unique combination of operating system and application tools which offer unparalleled security and privacy to information workers, executives, public figures, and anyone else unwilling to cede ownership of their privacy to other authorities.”
“…and secure cloud file storage” this is the first big problem. Real security cannot be obtained via the “cloud”.
Also, I don’t see links to the source code, for anything, anywhere on the site. Like the popular saying “pics or it didn’t happen” the analogous security rule is “source code or it isn’t secure”.
Interesting article on wealth addiction: For the Love of Money – NYTimes.com.
I’d say we have a severe problem with this in the U.S.
Photographing very small or very fast things requires specialized equipment. Here are 3 companies that make such software and equipment:
Some photos taken with the above programs:
I saw a similar article recently that had almost nothing to do with the distinction between programming and computer science. Learning to Code vs Learning Computer Science is the post I was hoping to read.