Each Saturday, we'll give you links to the tech reading the TechRadar team has found interesting this week. Enjoy, and add your own below!
(Foreignpolicy.com) Contains a great Google Earth picture of hundreds of suddenly redundant cargo ships parked off the coast of Singapore, in the world's biggest parking lot. REVEALING
(Slate) How new technologies, like Google Voice or the various forms of messaging, are killing off voicemail. "According to cell phone companies, lots of people only rarely dial into to their messages and some of us have stopped checking entirely." INTERESTING
(Technology Review) This takes the invisibility cloak from a year or so ago, a step forward. The process that allows certain materials to bend light around themselves, therefore appearing invisible, has been extended so a cloaked object can look like something else entirely. FASCINATING
(The Guardian) Computer scientist Johnny Chung Lee, the man behind the Wii remote powered whiteboard, takes us through the computer interfaces of the future. INTERESTING
(TechCrunch) The new Kindle enables people to sell subscriptions to their own blogs, should they want to. Unfortunately, there's nothing to stop people selling subscriptions to other people's blogs too. Nice description of an unintended consequence... and we're checking TechRadar on the Kindle store right now. SURPRISING
(The Register) Dell's ham fisted attempt at marketing netbooks to women. TOE CURLING
Seen interesting reading we've not covered this week? Post your links below or email them for inclusion in next Saturday's Brainfood.
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