• Getty’s Free Photo Embed Service - Free isn’t always free. There’s often a catch. You better take a look at the legalese in the Terms of Service.
  • 9,125 Days Later - The World Wide Web turned 25 last week. Jeremy Keith (Adactio) explains the difference between “the web” and “the internet,” the need for an open web, net neutrality, and “the potential for long-term storage of knowledge.”
  • Some reading material on Pono - Neil Young’s Pono music store and triangular music player are coming soon. Marco Arment discusses the pros and (mostly) cons of the whole thing.
  • Confused About REM and EM? - REM can be confusing, especially without a solid understanding of its partner EM and their archvillain, the PX. Jeremy Church explains the the relationship between rem, em, markup and inheritance.
  • Wearing Apple - What new product categories is Apple working on? Craig Hockenberry presents some views. Will the long-awaited iWatch turn out to be an iRing?
  • Have We Gone As Far As We’ll Go? - Has photo image quality reached a plateau? Veteran photographer, writer, and Nikon watcher Thom Hogan is convinced at this point that most people can’t see any tangible differences in their images past a certain point.