Just a few random items I found interesting over the past few days:
People are being killed in Mexico for tweeting about the activities of drug gangs.
Enabling yourself to post links from the Wall Street Journal to your Facebook page involves giving them a lot of privileges.
Here’s a great list of do’s and don’ts for New York.
New York Times columnist Joe Nocera warns about the unfortunate likely outcomes of the Solyndra scandal.
Netflix founder and former employee Marc Randolph explains why Netflix chose to split up the company.
In the New Yorker, Atul Gawande writes about the value and history of coaching. I think that the ability to provide coaching is one of the biggest strengths anyone can bring to a leadership role in software development.