(image) It’s a slow news day! YIPPEE! I’ve chosen to ignore a few hot items in the blogosphere, forgive me. But I’m not sure you really care about internecine fights at AOL, or non-essential executive departures at Facebook. Those were top stories today, so I decided to get a bit weird instead. Enjoy!
Earbuds Hope to Beat Depression by Beaming Light to Brain (Wired) Look, it’s a light news day, and it’s always fun to think that we can beat the winter blues by beaming light into our brains via our ears. I mean, isn’t that what music is, after all?!
The Economics of Stripping (LearntoDuck via HN) Interesting business rules as told through the metaphor of strip clubs. “There is not that much different between a dancer in a strip club and a startup or huge multinational corporation.”
Predicting the future of the Internet is easy: anything it hasn’t yet dramatically transformed, it will. (Dixon) Ah, I love it when we all wax Big.
Are We Too Obsessed With Facebook? [INFOGRAPHIC] (Mashable) Well, who knows. But it’s a nice bit o’ infoporn.
HP: We’re focused on the tablet market, webOS is our solution (IntoMobile) This is nearly a week old news, but as I read it, I was struck at how odd it is that HP, one of Microsoft’s closest allies for the past twenty some odd years, is betting on its own OS now. Times, they are a changing.
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