Dissolving the Dead · thewalrus.ca DALE HILTON can show you fear in a bagful of dust: 160 pounds of once-living human, pressure-cooked, baked, and pulverized into soft white powder fine enough to sprinkle over French toast. The ground bones sit in clear plastic on a counter, next to a pacemaker, a false hip, and a pair […]
Jan Tritten crowd sources a life or death decision and the baby ends up dead | The Skeptical OBHomebirth midwives are dangerous, witless fools and babies die as a result. Most winning A/B test results are illusoryIn this article I’ll show that badly performed A/B tests can produce winning results which are more likely to […]
Mac Menu BarsThe Dock gets all the app attention on Mac OS X. But there's another equally important place where running apps rest: the menu bar, the only constant aspect of the Mac OS X interface. Mac Menu Bars features interesting and unique menu bar configurations from Mac users. Chris Hates Writing • “Why I […]
Out of the picture: why the world’s best photo startup is going out of business | The VergeBut as time ran out, hopes diminished. "It succeeded in every possible way," said Jason Eberle, who built the web version of Everpix, "except for the only way that matters." Offices For All! Why Open-Office Layouts Are Bad […]
Rands zegt, zoals meestal, zeer zinnige dingen. Deconstructing Managers (Day #1) Deconstructing Managers (Day #2) Deconstructing Managers (Day #3) Deconstructing Managers (Day #4) Nog twee te gaan. En uiteraard, What to do when you’re screwed blijft een klassieker en ook verplichte lectuur.