This week in Tech Reads: How the internet is filling up, the horrors in store if your future connected home gets hacked, cyber-stalking reporters for journalism, and more!
- Iljitsch van Beijnum explains that with Americans running out of IPv4 addresses, the internet is full. [Ars Technica]
- Mat Honan explores the inevitable horrors of a wildly connected smarthome-type future. [Wired]
- Joe Kloc follows the fascinating story of one man's quest to find John Wilkes Booth's diary in a long forgotten subway tunnel. [Newsweek]
Benjamin Wright makes a stirring and flawless case for why it is finally time that we publicly execute Ronald McDonald [Clickhole]
- Sean Gallagher spends a week cyber-stalking an NPR reporter (consensually!) to discover what people can actually find out about you by just bathing in your readily available data [Ars Technica]
Image: A concept warp drive spaceship, capable of interstellar travel based on the equations of Dr. Harold White—lead at NASA's Eagleworks Advanced Propulsion Physics Laboratory.