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Reads of the Day: Inspirational

Couple of links for today, a big discrepancy between pictures and a long read. Mondays are the worst what with Sunday Reading and all that. Nothing on the Oscars (thankfully):

 

“Stories don’t come with a convenient label: you need to be able to spot them — while experiences can make for great material.” — Some good tips to take on board.

“25 Places That Look Not Normal, But Are Actually Real” — That’s a terrible title, but the photos are inspiring.

“But the reality of choice makes digital determinists uncomfortable, for it puts the individual and society back in control of the machine.” — The ever-engrossing debate over Intellectual Property.

“You, tomorrow, could have your own bookstore, selling books in any format, that anyone could read on any device they wanted.” — Speaking of which, book publishing doesn’t know what it wants.

“In short, drones provide the technological impetus and the military capacity to turn the entire world into one giant, permanent theatre of war and a subject of total surveillance.” — Well, no need to read the rest then.

And in related news: How to defeat the drones.

 

Until next time, keep those eyes on the Web.

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