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Casual Friday: Essential Cooking Techniques

It’s Friday, we’re heading into a season where food is the raison d’être, and if you’re anything like me, you have no idea what to do in the kitchen. I mean, I can make cereal, even oatmeal, and probably toast. I can also boil noodles and slop a bottle of sauce on them. Sometimes, I manage


The Feed: Tech News You Probably Missed (Aug 18-22)

Tech news and commentary for the week ending August 12, 2004. The latest iOS 8 beta gives some hints about upcoming iPhone screen sizes and resolutions. It suggests that the iPhone 6 (or whatever it’ll be called) will boast a screen resolution of 1472 x 828 pixels. On a 4.7″ display, that translates to 360 pixels


The Feed: Tech News You Probably Missed (Aug 11-15)

Tech news and commentary for the week ending August 15, 2004. Daimler, the German automaker, has a rather strict vacation email policy: any emails you get during your vacation are deleted, and the sender is directed to your alternate contacts you specify in your out-of-office message. On one hand: harsh. On the other, it plays


Friday Links: Stuff You Shouldn’t Miss

It’s links day, because it’s that time again. And there’s some pretty great stuff out there. Since my brain was not functioning last week and I posted something on the 4th of July, which, here in the states, meant exactly three people were on the internet, I’m going to re-link to OK Go’s latest music video.


Spurious Correlations

The cliché goes, ‘correlation does not equal causation.’ This means, of course, that just because Thing A correlates to Thing B, it does not mean Thing A caused Thing B. Tyler Vigen over at Spurious Correlations illustrates this in hilarious fashion. Here’s an example: Click to enlarge. This is fantastic on so many levels. Be sure


Casual Friday: Link Pack

Honestly, I save pages all the time to Pinboard (if you collect pages/links for future reference, let me be the first to say this is worth a one-time fee of $10.37), and it’s been quite some time since I’ve emptied my queue. I’ve scoured the entire internet to bring these to you, which is no small