Check out these six links that we're recommending to one another:
Zygote Body. "It's only for Chrome browsers, and it's a bit clunky still--but it shows the immense power of the Internet to democratize information. Here's a fully explorable, anatomically correct 3D model of the body for you to explore. That's cool. What's transcendent is to think about the textbooks of yesteryear, which cost hundreds of dollars, and to compare them to what's available absolutely free today." (Alistair for Hugh).
Nilofer Merchant: Got A Meeting? Take A Walk - TED Talks. "I have been using my Jawbone Up bracelet fairly regularly since attending the last TED conference. It measures how active I am and how my sleep is. The truth is that I am way less stressed out now because I see that I actually move and sleep quite more than I thought. As anyone in a startup - or who acts as an entrepreneur - will tell you, sitting through meetings all day may make you richer, but it's hard to stay in shape when we simply don't move all that much. In this fun (and short) TED Talk, my good friend Nilofer Merchant says to take a hike for your next meeting - literally. It's a great idea and makes perfect and simple sense. The truth is that golfers have been doing this forever but now is the time to take it off of the green and into everyone's life." (Mitch for Alistair).
The Death Of Blogs? Or Of Magazines? - The Dish. "Here we go... again. Google Reader is leaving and people just don't have the patience to follow one, specific, writer as they rant and rave through their own personal blog. The true future of blogs is like an online newspaper. Ummm... no. Publishing changes, yes. Blogs are something else from what they once were, yes. We have to stop confusing evolution and changing habits with the death of anything. Or, at the very least, lets get some real data to back these sort of headlines up." (Mitch for Hugh).
Now it's your turn: in the comment section below pick one thing that you saw this week that inspired you and share it.
Because this is the 150th time that Alistair, Hugh and I have shared our links for one another, Hugh provides this bonus link: