I was talking to a fellow designer at Big Spaceship this afternoon about reading habits, and was trying to sell her on Instapaper. She has a longer commute than I do, and I was surprised to hear she doesn’t read on the train.
(To be fair, she does tend to get car sick when reading on the train. But still, you don’t have to have a train commute to benefit from something like Instapaper.)
I told her I’d share the last 12 articles I had added to my Instapaper so she could see the types of articles that interested me. After looking at the list, I figured it might be interesting to share it with everyone.
So here you go, the last 12 articles I’ve added to Instapaper, but haven’t necessarily read or enjoyed:
- Everything wants to be digital
- Real Editors Ship
- How Leonard Cohen’s ‘Hallelujah’ Became Everybody’s ‘Hallelujah’
- Typing replaces handwriting: Philip Hensher’s The Missing Ink, reviewed.
- New World Order: is the UN about to take control of the internet?
- In defence of Flickr
- The Worst
- “Glad I Didn’t Have Facebook In High School!”
- Kill the Password: Why a String of Characters Can’t Protect Us Anymore
- How NPR Designed Their Live Elections News App
- 7 Types of Creative Block (and What to Do About Them)
- Guerrilla Fashion - The Story of Supreme