DissidentX from Bram Cohen – a “censorship resistance tool”.
Microsoft is offering Visual C++ Refactoring – you can rename variables, for example. It’s more of a tech demo than anything else, at least at the moment.
GCC poison? Maybe. Still pissed at Microsoft trying to deprecate strcpy etc, so misguided.
David Lowery thinks Silicon Valley is destroying creativity? Sigh. Or lol. I can’t decide which. So misguided.
Guy Kawasaki says you must enchant your customers. I probably agree.
First class functions in C. Although, it’s really more of a stunt.
Mac OS 10.9 has had incredible adoption rates (upwards of 50% of Macs are now running 10.9), but Windows 8 feels like a flop; it’s still not at 10% adoption rate, and Windows 7 adoption rate is now outpacing Windows 8.
Applebee’s and Chili’s rolling out iPads – is this going to replace waiters?
Shanghai-China is #1 on the Pisa 2012 results (which is Math, Reading and Science). The US is #36. Below Russia. Below France, Italy and Spain. Sigh.
Is there a link between wormholes and quantum entanglement? That’s pretty cool.
How does the NSA break SSL? Tricks.