Some Sunday morning reading to share.
Wired wonders, Has Apple bitten off more than it can chew? Methinks it might have, but only in the inevitable sense that getting bigger and attracting more users to more products has the same effect as gravity.
The New York Times wonders about the differences between reading online and reading a book. Declining reading scores? Linear attention in a non-linear world? Cognitive enrichment? Loss of print subscribers? Fascinating discussion. I’m reading this article on an iPod Touch.
Last week Scoble told us why tech blogging has failed us and promised to blog more about things that are practical and useful and less about business.This week he’s offering condoms to protect against Silicon Valley Disease.
Frank Rich on How Obama became acting president. He leaves out the part where our current lame duck forgot how to waddle, much less lead.
Islamist militants threaten the Olympics with suicide bombers and bio weapons. They’re pissed because suicide bombing was not allowed as a medal sport this year.
Michael Parekh on Art Like Twitter and history repeating. Watch the video. Yes.