Daily Read: 6/3/2014 – The Prerequisite
Here’s my daily round up of articles you should be reading.
Welcome to KnowTechie‘s very first Daily Read! This will be a daily dose of knowledge bombs condensed into one collection here, available to you.
There’s so many great writers out there and I wish I could get on the level as some of these guys, but to get there you have to first off, you know, write! But also, a key part to being a better writer is being a better reader.
While I’m on Twitter, a wave of articles are shared in a rush, and sometimes you can get lost because there so many good pieces being mentioned throughout the internet. I come across a lot of the good ones!
So, I’m going to collect some of the best ones of the day, and share them with you, my readers.
Let’s get this rolling….
40 Maps That Explain The Internet
“The internet increasingly pervades our lives, delivering information to us no matter where we are. It takes a complex system of cables, servers, towers, and other infrastructure, developed over decades, to allow us to stay in touch with our friends and family so effortlessly. Here are 40 maps that will help you better understand the internet — where it came from, how it works, and how it’s used by people around the world.”
The Most Common Causes Of Death In Each State
This piece summarizes the most common causes of death by state. Look at the East Coast vs. the West Coast.
New Smartphone Chip Will Beam High-Definition Holograms as Early as 2015
“Just imagine: a smartphone that projects 3D holograms into thin-air.”
The Secret Service wants software that detects social media sarcasm. Yeah, sure it will work.
“The Secret Service is looking to buy software that can detect sarcasm on social media. Whatever. We’re sure it will work. In a work order posted online Monday, the agency said it wants analytics software that can, among other things, synthesize large sets of social media data and visually present data.”
This one was short, more of a trial. You’re getting front row seats to the birth of a beast! If you have any cool articles YOU want to share, send em over to firstname.lastname@example.org and I’ll be happy to review.
Hope to see those emails!