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- A former Amazon warehouse worker’s personal and poignant take on — what else? — the Amazon Package. Short, but worthy read.
- As someone who spends a lot of time on the beaches and on the coastlines trying to photograph minimal landscapes, I am quite fascinated by driftwood and often wonder about its origins and its impact. Enjoy this wonderful article about the trees that sail to the sea in the Hakai magazine.
- It is not just Facebook and Google we should be worried about. Little known apps that post as innocuous and consumer-friendly are also invading consumer privacy and eroding our trust in technology. NBC News’ Olivia Solon and Cyrus Farivar unmask the dirty tricks of an app called Ever.
- Unraveling JPEG. The digital format is ubiquitous. So what is its story? Fantastic read.
- How IE6 was killed and what YouTube had to do with it.
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