Klicks #34: Snake People

Erschienen am 3.6.2015



I Made an Untraceable AR-15 ‘Ghost Gun’—And It Was Easy
Andy Greenberg, Wired
„Twenty minutes later I pulled from the machine the shining, perfect body of a semiautomatic rifle, as warm as if it were some baked good fresh from the oven.“

How you can track the FBI’s spy planes
Kashmir Hill, Fusion
„How times have changed: Before you could assume an Internet commenter writing about government spy planes flying over his house was crazy, but now it’s possible he’s actually a bad-ass citizen journalist.“

Inbox Zero vs. Inbox 5,000: A Unified Theory
Joe Pinsker, The Atlantic
„1,328 unread-message notifications? I just can’t fathom how anyone lives like that.“

The long life of a quick ‘fix’
Craig Timberg, Washington Post
„Internet protocol from 1989 leaves data vulnerable to hijackers.“ Eine Einführung ins Border Gateway Protocol.


The Agency
Adrian Chen, New York Times
„From a nondescript office building in St. Petersburg, Russia, an army of well-paid trolls has tried to wreak havoc all around the Internet — and in real-life American communities.“

Kara Swisher has lost
Paul Carr, Pando Daily
Über den Verkauf von Re/Code an Vox: „She doesn’t have final say on how involved investors can be in the running of the business, or on the makeup of the company’s board. If she doesn’t like it, her only choice is to walk.“

What the Re/code acquisition says about the future of media
Mathew Ingram, Fortune
„This isn’t just about a small tech blog being acquired. This is about what is happening to the media landscape as a whole.“


Snake People für Google Chrome
„Turn any mention of millennials into the the far more evocative term snake people.“ (via Daily Dot)

Sailor Mercury, Matt Baker und Frank Lin
„upload an image that you want to turn into a lego mural. we’ll convert it to lego colors and lego brick units and tell you how many of each size and color you need!“ (via @klischka)

Tokyo Roar (Video)
Brandon Li

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