You may have been out enjoying the spring sunshine this weekend. But worry not, we have compiled a list of what you may have missed in the last two days.
In the news
- Mozilla’s latest experiment adds Google Drive-like collaboration to any site
- Niice: A search engine for designers, powered by Behance, Dribbble and Designspiration
- The Internet Archive aggressively expands its software collection, now the largest of its kind
- Meetup passes 100 million RSVPs for its community gathering service
- AT&T and Autism Speaks host a hackathon with $20,000 in prizes to help aid those with autism
- The FBI looks for $41M more to boost ‘cyber collection and analysis,’ but details are classified
- Following ban, the US House of Representatives can again listen to Spotify
So. Much. Tech.
Some of the biggest names in tech are coming to TNW Conference in Amsterdam this May.
- Want to make a great product? An engineer isn’t enough
- We’re finally getting closer to solving the email problem
- “Disconnect” is a poignant reminder of the relational perils of our new connected lives
Interesting stories from beyond The Next Web
- Building a Better Tech School [The New York Times]
- KillSwitch app wipes out painful reminders of exes on Facebook [The Los Angeles Times]
- Daft Punk ‘Random Access Memories’ collaborators explore digital music innovation in video series [The Washington Post]
- You Lookin’ at Me? Reflections on Google Glass. [AllThingsD]
- Where No Search Engine Has Gone Before [Slate]
- The Technion: Israel’s Hard Drive [The New York Times]
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