We know how it goes: no sooner does the weekend start, than it’s already Sunday night and you’re looking down the barrel of a Monday morning.
Now that’s upon you too, and there’s nothing you want to do more than catch up on all the best headlines you missed in tech over the last two days. Luckily for you, we’ve put them all together in one handy list.
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You can thank us at the end. Go ahead, grab a coffee and get reading…
News from The Next Web over the weekend
- A new Instagram quick edit screen means even Instagram knows filters are passé
- OnePlus 2 invites officially open to all, event launch app lands in Play Store
- Nintendo is killing its TVii service for Wii U next month
- Big changes are coming to the Windows Store
Good reads, features, distractions, offers
- San Francisco introduces pee-repelling walls to reward public urinators with golden showers
- The importance of the side project
- A 250-year history of music subscription services
- Imagine a world where news sites drop display ads. It might not be that far away
- How to manage your time like a boss
- How I went from 0 to 8-figure revenue in 18 months
- 10 free DOS Games you can play covertly at work
- The emotional power of color
- What Sonic 2 taught me about making a real impact with marketing
- How hackathons improve productivity
- This helmet can see through walls
- Jack Dorsey blows my mind
- Forget ‘Inbox Zero’: Your empty email account means nothing
News from beyond The Next Web
- Anxious Investors [AVC.com]
- For Ransom, Bitcoin Replaces the Bag of Bills [The New York Times]
- Proof of a ‘Gig Economy’ Revolution Is Hard to Find [The Wall Street Journal]
- Forget the Ashley Madison or Sony hacks – a crippling cyberattack is imminent in the US [The Guardian]
So, there you have it, the biggest news and features from the last two days. Of course, if you fear missing out in the future, you can always subscribe to our individually crafted newsletters or Like our Facebook Page to stay in touch.