Starting off our week we have The Modern Team talking about flat corporate structures and how they may not work in practice. I think people are not really ready for true flat structures just given our experience, and flat requires a huge change in our basic thinking. TechCrunch has an excellent post about the platform […]

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VentureBeat starts our day reporting on the new $5 Raspberry Pi Zero. I did not think the Pi could get smaller or cheaper, but I was wrong. Smashing Magazine has a good post on lessons learned from a startup. More importantly, it shows what you need to pay attention to and not just the possible […]

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Today we start with a post on DaedTech where they talk about Agile processes and introverts. This is more interesting than the typical “how to work with introverts” post because it frames it within the context of Scrum and XP. It is definitely worth reading. On Flowing Data, they give us a very cool data […]

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TechCrunch leads the day with a very cool article about biometric tattoos. Disappointingly, the first applications sound like they will be military in nature, but the idea could lead to some really interesting ideas. Yanir Seroussi has a very good post on the hardest parts of data science. Like many other posts I have shared, […]

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Continuing what seems to be a constant barrage of security issues on various platforms, The Next Web reports on older versionsĀ of Android allowing Google to remotely bypass the passcode of 74% of Android devices. Matt Sencenbaugh has an excellent post on why startups seem to act like sociopaths. Sometimes the plans of the leaders of […]

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