By now you may have heard that scientists have found evidence of water on Mars. We have the Reuters report for this story. HashiCorp announced the release of two new open source tools, Nomad and Otto. High Scalability gives us an interesting post about how Facebook tells your friends that you are safe in a […]

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Reuters leads our day with an interesting story about a Tanzanian engineer who invented a low-cost water filter. For many countries, this could be a huge development. On Both Sides of the Table, Mark Suster gives us two interesting posts. First, he talks about high conviction when dealing with VC decisions, not worrying about consensus […]

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Not a lot of news over the weekend, but there were a lot of good reads. Krebs on Security talks about a new card breach at Hilton Hotel properties. This one is still in the analysis phase, so we will probably hear more about this later. Mozilla gives us their version of a healthy and […]

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Valeria Maltoni starts our day with her latest post on Conversation Agent. She talks about APIs as personal systems, and it is an interesting look at our use of applications and our data. Andreessen Horowitz gives us 16 more startup metrics. Just like their first 16 metrics, this is another must read. Johanna Rothman adds […]

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Facebook leads the day with their announcement of instant articles and how developers can integrate their CMS with it. On Conversation Agent, Valeria Maltoni talks about the paralysis of choice. if you read it with your customers and consumers in mind, you may find that you make things too difficult for them. Google Project Zero […]

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