Blue Monday. Is today actually the most depressing day of the year?
At least now we're over the hump :)
Great post from VC Mark Suster: Blogging for the Hell of it, not blogging to stay relevant. "I used to love blogging ... it feels good to be back." Hehe, yep, that's me!
Well that should be easy! "Please visit to begin the application process" Click to enbiggen and smile :)
Wired asks Why is it so difficult to land a rocket? It's like balancing a broom just by placing the end of the broom on your hand.
So, today is the last day to buy a Google Glass. So be it. This doesn't mean Google have finished with smart glasses, they're simply retooling for version 2. As you know, I became a Glasshole last March. I don't wear mine all the time, but it was most useful to see the future. Especially in the context of visual search :)
Meanwhile, Audi is putting a virtual car dealership inside the Oculus Rift. Of course they are. Pretty soon that will be the only kind of car dealership there is.
For the record: Tesla Model S P85D 1/4 mile record set. 10.85s at 126mph. Wheeee!
And so what will search look like in Mobile? John Battelle shares a visit with Jack. In which companies are working to make the mobile app world more web-like.
And Amazon is going to produce its own movies and release them in theaters. Why? But then that's the question with a lot of things Amazon do, and while some of them don't work out, some of them are amazing.
These people demonstrate how a cantilever bridge works. Awesome! They built Scotland's Forth Bridge in 1890, and it was the world's longest cantilevered bridge for 17 years.