This week’s newsletter is here.
There’s always stuff that doesn’t make it into the newsletter. Here’s this week’s list:
Linkedin’s CEO Is Giving His Entire $14 Million Bonus To His Employees
Or, just pay people what they’re worth. Up front.
11 Of The Best iPhone and iPad Apps From February
And one for desktops running Google Chrome (This one is one of my favorites, if not my very favorite. The images are stunning, a great way to start each day.)
The Feds Have Let the Cyber World Burn. Let’s Put the Fire Out
Hacking, of any kind, can’t become acceptable. Or legislated, especially when relying on the All Writs Act of 1789. And no, that’s not a typo.
How a College Student Used Creative Commons to Dominate Political Photography
I can see both sides to this. One thing is certain, his photos are good.
Opt Out: A Simplicity Manifest0
2016 is quickly becoming my year of “opting out”.
19 Amazing Things You Don’t Want To Miss In The Night Sky In 2016
It just never gets old.
Book of the Week
Patricia Highsmith’s The Talented Mr. Ripley
Really looking forward to this book. It’s been on my TBR list for a long time.
This Week’s Music*:
I have weekly playlists over on Spotify*. I ‘m not convinced it’s possible to share them. Therefore, it’s highly unlikely this link will work unless you have a Spotify account. So, here’s what’s on it this week.
Mac Davis: Music In My Life
Billy Squier: She’s A Runner
Elvis Costello: This is Hell
Paul McCartney – Blackbird
Wham!: Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go
Ella Fitzgerald: Someone To Watch Over Me
Rammstein: Du Hast
*I believe in paying all artists for their work. Streaming music services allow for the discovery of new music, or reminders of great music I haven’t thought about in a while. I hope that if you hear something you like you’ll consider purchasing the song (or album) for your own collection.
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