Draw – Google Correlate
Draw a curve & have Google find query terms matching a similar search frequency
Do E-Readers Cause Eye Strain? – NYTimes.com
So, it’s more important to give your eyes a break every 20 min or so, than to bother about e-ink & LCD displays.
“The new LCDs don’t affect your eyes,” Mr. Taussig said. “Today’s screens update every eight milliseconds, whereas the human eye is moving at a speed between 10 and 30 milliseconds.”
Web Browser Grand Prix VI: Firefox 6, Chrome 13, Mac OS X Lion : Crowning A Web-Browsing King In Windows 7 And OS X
Chrome 13 on Windows & Safari 5 on Mac OS X
Firefox 6 remains a decent performer on Windows too
Falser Words Were Never Spoken – NYTimes.com
“But ours is an era in which it’s believed that we can reinvent ourselves whenever we choose. So we recast the wisdom of the great thinkers in the shape of our illusions. Shorn of their complexities, their politics, their grasp of the sheer arduousness of change, they stand before us now. They are shiny from their makeovers, they are fabulous and gorgeous, and they want us to know that we can have it all. “
The Elusive Big Idea – NYTimes.com
“This isn’t to say that the successors of Rosenberg, Rawls and Keynes don’t exist, only that if they do, they are not likely to get traction in a culture that has so little use for ideas, especially big, exciting, dangerous ones, and that’s true whether the ideas come from academics or others who are not part of elite organizations and who challenge the conventional wisdom. All thinkers are victims of information glut, and the ideas of today’s thinkers are also victims of that glut.”
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