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
Hate spammy ICOs and crappy cryptocurrencies?
So do we.
- 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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