Another flickr attribution thingy
Reminiscent of John Brunner's Delphi Pools.
Some people -- "supertaskers" -- can multitask effectively, and may actually thrive while doing so. "What Strayer calls a supertasker could from this perspective be called an elite cognitive controller—a person who precisely selects what information gets in and, as Gazzaley has shown, what gets screened out."
Perhaps a role for redacted reality?
British Canadian city hosts an Amazing Disaster Rally, to demonstrate the role cyclists can play in emergency response, as shown by the response to the 2011 Christchurch, New Zealand earthquake.
UI/UX tricks to get people to upgrade, upsell consumers.
An emerging body of research suggests that many of the 1 in 4 Americans who exhibit symptoms of lactose intolerance could instead be unable to digest A1, a protein most often found in milk from the high-producing Holstein cows favored by American and some European industrial dairies.
Law services for gun owners, with a $10/month or under monthly retainer.
Time Magazine's look at how the botched healthcare.gov site was fixed in six weeks.