1. MATE. The coolest eBike EVER
    Experience biking like it should be! From Copenhagen, the world’s cycling capital, comes the MATE eBike, the world’s coolest foldable electric bike.
  2. Google is funding the creation of software that writes local news stories
    Google’s Digital News Initiative has committed £622,000 ($805,000) to fund an automated news writing initiative for UK-based news agency, The Press Association. The money will help pay for the creation of Radar (Reporters And Data And Robots), snappily named software designed to generate upwards 30,000 local news stories a month.
  3. Everybody lies: how Google search reveals our darkest secrets
    What can we learn about ourselves from the things we ask online? US data scientist Seth Stephens‑Davidowitz analysed anonymous Google search results, uncovering disturbing truths about our desires, beliefs and prejudices
  4. DomainHack Me – Domain-Hacking Tool
    A domainhack is an unconventional domain name that combines domain levels, especially the Top-Level Domain (TLD), to spell out the full "name" or title of the domain. Domainhacks offer the ability to produce extremely short domain names.
  5. Sommar i P1: Janne Josefsson
    – Som journalist måste du inse att ingenting är omöjligt, tro på vad du gör och vaga sticka ut och sätta dig själv på spel men inse att du kan ha helt åt helsike fel.
  6. Core Intuition: 288: Blogging Is Quote-unquote Dead
    Manton talks to Daniel about his just-released MarsEdit 4 beta. They discuss the anxiety caused by sitting on unreleased features, and other rationale in favor of a public beta. Daniel talks about the anticipated income boost from the new version, and how it might confirm or deny viability of indie Mac development. Finally, they remember 10 years of iPhone, and laugh about the phones they used previously.
  7. Webb-tv utan textning – inte i takt med samtiden
    Över 1,4 miljoner människor i Sverige har nedsatt hörsel, varav över hälften är under 65 år. Det är en stor tittargrupp som i praktiken stängs ute när det saknas text, skriver Mattias Lundekvam, förbundsordförande i Hörselskadades Riksförbund (HRF).