Why Startups Don't Use Android Even Though It's 80% Of The Market - Business Insider

"Apple devices are more expensive than Android devices, which attracts richer customers, and those customers are more lucrative for developers in terms of download payments, in-app purchases and as mobile app advertising targets."

"He notes that because companies don’t take Android development seriously, it creates a self-fulfilling vicious cycle in which developers choose not to develop for Android."

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I ate crickets because they’re the future of food The morning after I visited Next Millennium Farms, my digestive system expelled its first cricket exoskeleton. There it was, floating on the water’s edge of my hotel room toilet: a translucent thoracic shell with three legs still attached. Presumably, the others got lost in the gastrointestinal shuffle, but I didn’t look long enough to try and spot them, or any of this particular insect’s friends and relatives. I had been eating a lot of them.
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I ate crickets because they’re the future of food
The morning after I visited Next Millennium Farms, my digestive system expelled its first cricket exoskeleton. There it was, floating on the water’s edge of my hotel room toilet: a translucent thoracic shell with three legs still attached. Presumably, the others got lost in the gastrointestinal shuffle, but I didn’t look long enough to try and spot them, or any of this particular insect’s friends and relatives. I had been eating a lot of them.

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Maker The Movie: A Documentary on the Maker Movement

feature-length documentary on the Maker Movement and its impact on society, culture and economy in the U.S

The documentary is a series of interviews with leading thinkers in the maker movement, their motivations and the future as they see it evolving.  You can request a screening for your local area, school, hacker space or find a screening that is already happening in your area.  Also screening from September 26th on Netflix is the Print the Legend movie, following the growth of Formlabs and Makerbot as they raced to bring 3D printers to peoples homes.

45 mile ride this morning. Really good ride. My coworkers continued on and were going 70 miles, camping, and getting up and doing it again.