Good overall description of the basics of podcasting. Gives some good advice to get started if it's something you'd like to do. Nice tips.
Good summary about this very prevalent and hard to get people to discard myth. Has some good links to pursue. I get a lot of resistance from students about this one.
Interesting story about clearing roads in winter.
Article dated February 2014 before the Hachette/Amazon dispute erupted. Provides some background on the Amazon/publishing situation and asks questions about things like, is a low price always in the best interest of consumers? Provides a lot of context for both sides.
Description of the Hachette/Amazon dispute. Provides a lot of history and context for publishing (traditional) and ebooks and Amazon's relation with both over time. This is a long article that outlines the history that leads up to the current publisher/Amazon relationship. Dated December 2014. The current Apple ebooks lawsuit is not yet decided but that's another chapter in this story.
Long-form article about an interview with the people behind the physical design of Kindles. Provides the Amazon viewpoint. Maybe use in a unit about ebooks and libraries.
A good description of the history of a ebooks case with Apple. It's a fascinating saga and interesting in terms of what's been going on lately with Amazon and the publishers.
Short video (about 3 minutes) on the basics of 3D printing and how it is used to print buildings.
Good description of the history of first sale doctrine and the Kirtsaeng court case. Need to use for library science course.
Another chapter in the Kryptos sculpture mystery. I'm curious to see if it is ever resolved and revealed to the public.
Commentary on Gamergate.
Exactly what the title is. Probably be a good idea to do with any operating system. Terminal is not hard to use--basically UNIX commands.
Interesting essay on how someone with autism interacts with Siri. Could be used in my class.