It’s Monday once again, which means it’s time to make a coffee and take 10 minutes to catch up on the most exciting technology news that happened over the weekend.
So, whether you slept through the whole two days or were just too busy with friends and family to keep up to date on what was going on, fear not, we were paying attention so that you didn’t have to. Now all you need to do is make that coffee.
Over the weekend from The Next Web:
- Why You Don’t Steal a Case Full of Magical Golden Lego Pieces
- Tumblr Drafts New Terms of Service that Encourage Attribution, Ban Impersonation
- Funniest Table Tennis Match Ever
- GetGlue Is Rebranding To tvtag, Will Get Big Update Next Week
- Wikipedia Adding Celebrity Voices to Wiki Pages to Preserve Them for Future Generations
- Bloop It Lets You Create 20 Second Videos From YouTube
- App.net launches Backer, a service to help startups and developers
- Original Mac Programmer Andy Hertzfeld Reminisces on His Work
- Daniel Kottke and Randy Wigginton on Building the First Mac
- Has BYOD Changed The Way You Hire? Here Are Some Things to Consider
- How Israeli Companies Can Go From Starving Startup To Growing Businesses
- When Should You Rewrite Your Mobile App?
- Why First Time Founders Should Join an Accelerator Program
- 8 Ways Startups Are Changing the Healthcare Industry
- How the Kiev Disturbances are Affecting Ukraine’s Tech Sector
- 5 of the Most Famous Growth Hacks of All Time
- Forget Narcissism on Twitter
From beyond The Next Web
- Ezra Klein Is Joining Vox Media as Web Journalism Asserts Itself [The New York Times]
- Foxconn Weighs Plan for U.S. Plant [Wall Street Journal]
- Valley of the Blahs: How Justin Bieber’s Troubles Exposed Twitter’s Achilles’ Heel [The New York Times Bits blog]
A new era of tech events has begun
We’re back in New York this November for the 4th edition of our growth-focused technology event.
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