Link Roundup 2015-01-09

By January 9, 2015 links

It has been a good long while since I last pushed out a Link Roundup so this one has some older links along with some current ones. Christmas and New Years was a nice change of pace and as always it was great to see family and catch up. My brother and I even got to put in some work on our new business venture. More on that at a later date.

I hope you and yours had a safe holiday season and this new year will be a positive and fruitful experience for you.

Saving information on a computer boosts human memory resources for new information
So does writing things down. Finally someone did a study…

Mysterious X-Ray Signal Could Reveal Dark Matter
Maybe dark matter doesn’t want to be revealed. Ever think about that?

Git and GitHub Resources
Time to immerse.

SQL Server 2014 Checklist for Performance

Hubble Goes High Def to Revisit the Iconic ‘Pillars of Creation’
Have you ever felt smaller?

The geekiest tech jokes on the internet
I’ve been telling people these and am in fear of my life.

Why Isn’t Remote Work More Popular?
Because management is short sighted.

The first photograph of a human being
Appreciate those cell phones you young whipper snappers.

Adding a leap second is more dangerous for the Internet than you might expect
I thought you were going to meet me at 5?

Ask An Entrepreneur: Can I be an entrepreneur and still keep my day job?
Yes. But not for long.

What Was Found Inside the Oldest American Time Capsule
Ahhh what’s in the box?!?!