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What Patients Say Works for Bipolar Disorder.” 23andMe Blog.
See how different treatments – both medicinal and alternative – help with bipolar disorder according to patient ratings.
Kris Rasmussen and Dan Kaplan. “
A Little Bit of Color to Keep You Organized and Brighten Your Day.” Asana Blog. Anthony Ha. “
An End to the Aggregation Debate? Repost Makes It Easy to Embed Articles.” TechCrunch.
WordPress self-hosted folks who are still waiting for the reblogging functionality in WordPress.com to make it to us via JetPack, here may be an alternative solution…I’m going to give it a try. Gregory Ferenstein. “
IRS Promises to Abandon Warrantless Email Spying After Public Outcry.” TechCrunch. Seth Fiegermen. “
You Can Finally Download and Use Mailbox’s App Without Waiting in Line.” Mashable.
Stacey Higginbotham. “ Google’s Vint Cerf Explains How to Make SDN As Successfuly as the Internet.” GigaOm.
“[Vint Cerf] calls for the creation of open standards where differentiation doesn’t come from companies patenting protocols, but rather from branding their services or branding their unique implementations of a standard protocol. That’s because interoperability is important for building networks that are stable and resilient.”
John Koetsier. “
Evernote Launches No-Equity Accelerator Program to Promote ‘More Cool Things’ On Its Platform.” VentureBeat.
Koetsier writes, “‘We pay all the expenses,’
Evernote’s Rafe Needleman told me yesterday. ‘You might be a team in China … we’ll fly you out, give you a place to live, provide office space, feed you — the Evernote lunches are awesome — put you through a startup curriculum, give you both private and public work group sessions with our developers, and even set up a Demo Day for local Silicon Valley investors and press.'” Tom Cheredar. “
Twitter Cuts Off Crowdfunding Payment Service Flattr.” VentureBeat. Darrell Etherington. “
WhatsApp ‘Bigger Than Twitter’ With Over 200M Monthly Active Users, 8B Inbound and 12B Outbound Messages Daily.” TechCrunch. Ki Mae Heussner. “
The Data Doc: Meet the MD Who Wants to Bring Custom Healthcare to the Masses.” GigaOm. Seth Fiegerman. “
Internet Ad Revenues Top $36 Billion in 2012, Study Says.” Mashable. Ryan Lawler. “
With $1.1 Million in Funding, YC-Backed CrowdMed Launches to Crowdsource Medical Diagnoses.” TechCrunch. Jon Brodkin. “‘
Syrian Electronic Army’ Hacks NPR Publishing System, Edits Articles.” Ars Technica. Meghan Kelly. “
Microsoft Releases Cheaper Cloud Service to Take On Amazon, Rackspace.” VentureBeat.
Alan Buckingham. “
BitTorrent Releases Surf Browser Plugin Beta.” BetaNews. Meghan Kelly. “
Java Update: Oracle Fixes 42 Security Issues Today.” VentureBeat.
Somebody should put Java out of its misery.
Sean Gallagher. “
ColdFusion Hack Used to Steal Hosting Provider’s Customer Data.” Ars Technica.
Linode’s customer data. Personally, I think someone should put both Java and ColdFusion out of their misery.
Thorin Klosowski. “
Astrid’s $3.99 Power Pack for Android Goes Free.” Lifehacker.
Asana REALLY should acquire Astrid.
Emily Price. “
RelayRides Rents Your Car to Facebook Friends.” Mashable. Dean Takahashi. “
Defiance TV Show Isn’t Bad, But Will It Interest You For a Whole Season?” VentureBeat.
No, I’m not going mad. Defiance is a bit groundbreaking in that it is a major strategic move to integrate a video game and a TV series simultaneously.
Tyler Jewell. “
Why Cloud Development Environments Are Better Than Desktop Development.” ReadWriteCloud.
While I’d love for this to be true, I don’t think it is. Visual Studio is still an awesome beast – and not in the cloud.
Antone Gonsalves. “
Your Next Big Security Headache: Your Wireless Router.” ReadWriteHack. Frederic Lardinois. “
Google Releases Glass Specs: Full Day Battery Life, 5MP Camera, 720p Video, 16GB Flash Memory & Bone Conduction Transducer.” TechCrunch.
I’m about as excited about Google Glass as I am about smart watches…which would be…not much. But, hey, a lot of people are excited, so here is a good article on the topic by Lardinois (IMHO, Lardinois almost always writes good articles).
Matt Ingram. “
Twitter Shows How the News is Made, And It’s Not Pretty – But It’s Better That We See It.” PaidContent. Chitra Rakesh. “
Cooling Panel Sends Excess Heat Back into Outer Space.” VentureBeat.
I try to stay away from rumor, gossip, and “upcoming” innovations – as they are usually years away, but this one caught my eye enough, I’ll let it slide in under the radar.
Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols. “
Parallela: The $99 Linux Supercomputer.” ZDNet.
These could turn into excellent bitcoin miners, I think, and others in the comment feed seem to agree.
Dylan Tweney. “
Online News Comes Into Its Own As Small Nonprofit Website Wins a Pulitzer.” VentureBeat. John Biggs. “
EFF To Challenge Six Innovation-Stifling 3D-Printing Patents.” TechCrunch. Jordan Novet. “
Liquid Server Cooling Gains a Few More Backers, and Enterprises Could Follow.” GigaOm. Tom Cheredar. “
Comcast Says the Free Ride is Over for Basic Cable – Encryption is Coming.” VentureBeat. Chris Lee. “
Making HIV Tests Visible to the Naked Eye.” Ars Technica.