How J.C. Penney Illegally Became the Number One Search Result in Many…

The NY Times has a great investigative report on how J.C. Penney became the number one search result for countless search terms on Google. Dresses, bedding, area rugs, skinny jeans, tablecloths and even grommet top curtains and more words popped J.C. Penney up as number one. Not Amazon, not Macy's, not any of the other … » 2/12/11 5:00pm 2/12/11 5:00pm

This Book Has Real Hyperlinks Sewn With Thread

Maria Fischer, a German designer, created this book, "Thoughts on Dreams". She sewed "hyperlinks" onto the book with thread so readers could follow a specific link, er, word or phrase. It was part of an art project to highlight key words amongst a bigger story and somehow visualize "the confusion and fragileness of dreams". » 2/09/11 10:40pm 2/09/11 10:40pm

Don't Have an iPad? Here's How to Read The Daily

The Daily! Its claim to fame is that it's only available on the iPad, right? Not anymore! Andy Baio has created a website indexing each issue of The Daily and linking every article for your reading pleasure. To be honest, it might be the easiest way to read The Daily. Not sure how long Baio can keep this up but in the… » 2/03/11 12:18pm 2/03/11 12:18pm