A short List this month with some very diverse topics.
- Size Matters: Balancing Line Length And Font Size In Responsive Web Design - The title says it all. Web typography expert Laura Franz explains.
- Continuum - Web guru Jeremy Keith (Adactio) argues that the web isn’t a platform. It’s a continuum.
- Is Apple Picking a Fight With the U.S. Government? - Security/spy, “Chicken Little” types are aghast at Apple’s recent announcement that data on its new iOS 8 devices is encrypted and that they will no longer be able to unlock users' devices. Security expert and professor of computer science at Johns Hopkins University, Matthew Green, explains how they’re, once again and as usual, wrong. The world will not end, just yet.
- The women of ENIAC - Noted author and biographer Walter Isaacson writes about the little-known, laregly unheralded group of women who programmed ENIAC, the first electronic general-purpose computer.
- Ello, goodbye - Ello was supposed to be privacy-respecting alternative to Facebook. Former supporter and “indie” crusader, Aral Balkan is saying Goodbye.
- The “Lost” Photokina - Veteran photographer, writer, and Nikon watcher Thom Hogan comments on the recent Photokina 2014.
- Schiit Happened: The Story of the World’s Most Improbable Start-Up - Schiit Audio has been making waves by offering well priced, honest, ‘high-end’ headphone audio products for several years. Here’s their story in their own words.