I know it's Fall in New York because the weather is changing and I wish I were back in Northern California where it never does. But inside, sheltered from the wind, I present you these links from the past week:
With the rise of small-scale production and 3D printing, small goups of consumers can create their own dream tools. Like this Lucky Charms marshmallow sifter.
What did Twitter know and when did it know it? How US intelligence agencies are using the social networking apparatus to predict the future.
Among the things that can make you sick this week: economic inequality and mortgages.
This is not a vacant lot.
Silicon Valley has become a new locus for civil rights concerns (see the above link), so the Electronic Frontiers Foundation has a guide to San Francisco's Rightscon.
Hacker collective Anonymous is up to its old tricks, now going after the nation's law enforcement officers in solidarity with Occupy Wall Street.
An American cycling in Paris: one writer's ode to bike sharing in the city of lights.
- Even the rich are getting in on P2P car sharing, as it comes to Los Angeles.
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