Well, it’s friday again, and it means we have 2 days to relax and read something interesting. And here’s what I’ve found on the net during the last few days:
The Hidden Technology That Makes Twitter Huge (By Paul Ford)
Can You Call a 9-Year-Old a Psychopath? (By JENNIFER KAHN)
Psychologists now believe fledgling psychopaths can be identified as early as kindergarten. The hope is to teach these children empathy before it’s too late.
A Century of Hollywood Publicity (by Anne Helen Petersen)
Robert Mitchum serves a sixty-day sentence in the Los Angeles County jail for marijuana possession, 1949.
The cost of winning (by NICHOLAS CARLSON)
The Story Behind Why AOL CEO Tim Armstrong Fired An Employee In Front Of 1,000 Coworkers
Dr. Hoffman vs. the Mosquito (By Luke Mullins)
A Rockville scientist has spent 30 years trying to eradicate malaria. Experts have long dismissed his vaccine as a fantasy. Now he has one last chance to prove himself.
This is it for today. Have a nice weekend!