Linkorama for Monday 10 October
I have quite a few plates spinning this morning, and need to move to outdoor chores soon since we have rain coming in for a few days, mid week. So here are some of the latest SAVES from a long list in the JOTs browsing archive I keep in Notational Velocity. Surely at least one of them might seem interesting to a few passersby….
The Five Shot Rule Helps You Shoot Video Like a Broadcast Journalist: I’m getting a Flip Mino soon–because they were just too cheap to pass up. I may pass it on if the built-in movie app on the iPhone works as well.
Jason Fried: The New Workplace for the New Normal … – Input OutputÂ This guy knows more than a little on the workplace of the future.
Blue Ridge Mts Region MapÂ Nothing earth-shaking here for a Blue Ridge regular, but worth a look, just the same–especially if you hope to visit the region.
Doctors Urge N.Y. to Weigh Health Risks of Fracking – NYTimes.comÂ We are still a long way from knowing the full story free of Big Oil bias.
Crab Pulsar gamma rays baffle scientists | TG DailyÂ The more we learn, the more we learn we don’t know.
Peter Christian Hall: Contagion Grips ‘Flublogia’Â I got as far as the ticket window to see Contagion. Unfortunately and yet again, the freakin’ theatre changed the time on me overnight. Saved $7.
Glowworm – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Â We’re seeing these in the very dark lately–an immature beetle that is bioluminescent like it’s summertime flying kin.
The Inside Story Of Occupy Wall Street | Fast CompanyÂ We have not seen the last of this activism by a long shot.
Dark Energy: Real and Overwhelming – News Blog –Â Another verse of the same story: we don’t know jack.