Evening Reading: 3/14/14


Google just tossed a (good for us kind of) bomb at other cloud services.  $1.99 per month for 100GB (previously $4.99) and $9.99 per month for 1TB (previously $49.99).

I’m looking forward to the return of Mad Men.  Speaking of which, here is a (new) review of my favorite episode so far.

One of the 3,000 reasons why Reddit is the best thing about the internet is IaMA, the place where people- many of the famous and/or interesting- answer questions.  One guy always asks the same question, and it is a great one (I’ve started asking it at important work meetings when someone goes on too long about something and then asks for questions).  “Would you rather fight one horse-size duck or a hundred duck size horses?”  Arnold Schwarzenegger gives a video demonstration (and confirms that he’s a pretty cool dude).

I wonder if Dave and Mike agree with this ranking of Australian breakfast cereal?  I just want a Vegemite sandwich.  Served by a strange lady who makes me nervous.


Who needs zombies?  Here is the real proof that the apocalypse is upon us.

Speaking of Reddit and IaMAs, Arthur Chu of Jeopardy fame is doing a very interesting one right now.

You’re only as old as you feel.

Agreed.  One of my favorite movies.  Along with Broken Flowers.

Guess I was the only one who “don’t need [his music player] around anyhow.”  Speaking of music, looks like my next Tundra could, in fact, have CarPlay.

Interesting read on how the Target data theft went down.

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