Interesting stuff happens on the web occasionally. Also, some useless stuff. Since I read some of the most random things on the interwebs throughout the week, I figure it best to share.
- Tails is the sneaky operating system used by Snowden to anonymously handle his nefarious dealings. It’s very fascinating idea - anonymous OS in simple thumb drive. (From Wired)
- Kristina Halvorson shares a lovely post on The Pastry Box telling everyone who shares ideas on the web to do so fearlessly, even there’s a chance you’ll be wrong or have to change your mind later. It’s okay to be wrong, she says. Why? “Because the Internet”
- I made an animated GIF of a guy dancing that made me laugh a bunch after I watched this excellent video of the A-Zs of Dance.
- Are you surrounded by people who say they’re too busy all the time? Are you one of those people, totally overwhelmed with work to the point you’re constantly frustrated? There’s a chance you’re not as busy as you think you are, according to a Slate.com article.
Feel free to send me interesting stuff if you feel so inclined. Either way, keep being curious out there on the web.