It's been a while. Actually it has been too long since I've put up one of this Sunday morning reading posts. Primarily because I haven't had many Sunday mornings to do any serious reading. Life does that sometimes. But here we go with some Sunday morning reading to share.
Doc Searls poses some interesting questions and thoughts about the whole social thing in A sense of bewronging.
Matt Rosoff thinks that Steve Ballmer really had no choice in how he has chosen to handle the Windows/Tablet debacle. Not sure I disagree totally, but the issue is larger than what Rosoff poses.
Austin Kleon posts How To Steal Like an Artists (And 9 Other Things Nobody Told Me). This is a great read.
An idiot who loves the spotlight, and uses the bible to attract attention and followers decides to burn a copy of the Koran. That prompts those who revere that book to go on a killing spree in Afghanistan to show their anger. This all prompts me to wonder if anyone who loves to play these very dangerous games has ever read anything in either book, or do they just look at the pictures?