I’m trying a shorter list this week (though it is still 19 links). As this study (study 1) indicates, sometimes people can be overwhelmed by too much choice. This represents the fine cuts of my week’s reading.
Everything I bookmark can be found here. Let me know if you would prefer a long list in the weekly update.
Excellent analysis of Google Ad Planner Data vs. Comscore (Battelle Media)
Ten fascinating potential future user interfaces (Smashing Magazine)
Brain rules for presenters – Garr Reynolds reviews the Brain Rules via Slideshare
Ten things to love about Blip.fm (Crack Unit)
Typosquat24 – look at used and unused squatting sites (e.g. goggle.com)
International Segway Polo Association – a future Olympic sport?
Google minus Google – search without Knol and Blogger results
Compfight – a Flickr search tool
Lifehacker’s Top 10 How-to videos – I’ve watched the t-shirt folding video about twenty times and am still amazed by it
Analysis of the speeches during the US primaries (The Atlantic)
Has the uncannny valley been overcome? (Times Online)
Tyler Cowen considers the economics of tipping (Marginal Revolution) – the comments are particularly good
15 images that, amazingly, aren’t photoshopped (Cracked, with their trademark humour)