If you like those red programming books that have people on the cover you'll like this issue as it's the first time the whole thing is some random guy. It's also the issue they have longer articles. It alsos says it has more technical ones, however the table of contents start off with mostly the same startup stuff.
It starts out with the usual startup soft stuff; how to get a million dollars, leave your six figure stuff, monetize your passion (ew). There is something that starts with that "what kind of girl do you think I am" joke made famous on Mr. Robot.
Something is calling the burgening new social media the "realtime, social web". I guess that's what's new, it's realtime. It's in an article about how already they knew this stuff would be adicting. But they included Google Reader in there, so that tells you something too.
What Every Developer Should Know about URLs was a good article.
- Defunct stuff:
- Cloudomatic - maybe, unless it moved to the other side of the world
- A Story Before Bed - bed time stories as a service?
- http://pasqualedsilva.com/hire whatever this is
- skorks.com - but that's not really fair. Sure it's not been updating in over 10 years, but the site is still up. Like I've said, personal sites are one of the most reliably available types of sites (once they are up for a certain point)
- Google Wave
Other site updates: I'm stopping my Open Cleveland Art Twitter bot. was a hassle on garbage site. have a bookmarklet
adding ratcheteer game guide