Are you trying to read my mind? Try reading what I was reading:
New Study: 55% of YA Books Bought by Adults: The ability to make purchases wirelessly and read on a device instead of carrying the book around means that more people feel free to pick up that embarassing bit of fiction they had to shy away from before. Some go for the 50 Shades, others the Hunger Games.
Intel wants to reinvent computing–again – Big Tech – Fortune Tech: They may want to reinvent computing, but at this point they aren’t doing much that will make it happen.
Parents Grow More Reliant on Mobile for Entertaining Kids, According to New Research from Mojiva – Entertainment News – redOrbit: At least an app only clutters their screens, not their rooms.
TIME: Attachment parenting mom slams magazine for its ‘confrontational and detached’ portrayal of her family | Mail Online: Apparently that very framed, deliberate looking photo was an “outtake”.
More Americans opting out of banking system – The Washington Post: Banks have gotten so crazy for fees that it is squeezing a lot of people out of banking and into the hands of check cashing companies.
The Zen of Work: zenhabits: Apparently it isn’t the work that is getting us down, it is the idea that we should be doing something else.
My Life as a TaskRabbit – Businessweek: Brad Stone writes about his three days as a member of the distributed workforce, bidding on jobs and generally being disappointed.
E-Commerce News: Social Media: Winklevoss Twins Give Social Networking Another Spin: Good to see that only making a sixty-five million or so from FaceBook hasn’t kept these scrappy kids from making a go out of the investing business.
Today, Mitt Romney Lost the Election – Bloomberg: You know it is rough when Bloomberg piles on.
Jon Cryer smiles following nasty bike accident which leaves him severely bloodied and bruised | Mail Online: He hid it well at the Emmy awards, but who wants to bet that they work this into the show?
Mandy Patinkin Disses CBS ‘Criminal Minds’: “My Biggest Public Mistake” – Deadline.com: Apparently no one told him that a show about hunting serial killers would include a lot of violence toward women.
$17 Million Bacchanal Buffet at Caesars Palace Now Open: It may be the best overpriced Las Vegas buffet in history