These three articles are all kind of loosely connected. First, Github and Holman talking about building features. It's nothing new, but it's such an awesome sounding world to develop in. I feel like Google does thing similarly, but at such a different scale and scope. Second, a comic adaptation of Neil Gaiman's famous commencement speech. Third, an article about clearing your head with paper. Three things about creating stuff. Now go make something.
No one ever believes me when I tell them how scary bad the US is at Nuclear Weapons. Glad there is an article I can point them at now: http://www.newyorker.com/news/news-desk/almost-everything-in-dr-strangelove-was-true
Interesting discussion of working remotely and Google.
Interesting to look at the traffic at such a large number of startups. As a friend put it, "how many startups are actually successful each year?".
Browser Wars 2: The Rendering