Thursday, October 11, 2012

The Four Tech Links of the Day for 10/10/2012

Oyster to be the Spotify of books
First there was Netflix with all-you-can-watch DVDs. Then Spotify gave us all-you-can-listen to music. Now Oyster is looking to give you all-you-can-read ebooks for a monthly fee. It just got funding so lets see where it goes. 

New standard for wireless speakers
To push forward wireless speakers, Wireless Speaker and Audio (WiSA) Association was formed. Now they've released a compliance test specification to improve inter-operability. How will Monster Cable over-charge for wireless speaker wires? 

Google Cultural Institute releases 42 web exhibits
On the Internet that is known more for rule 34 and pictures of kittens, Google is trying to do some good with the Google Cultural Institute. Starting today it will host 42 web exhibits ranging from Queen Elizabeth's coronation to the fight against apartheid. 

The Tesla Link of the Day
As most geeks, I have a little hero worship for the great and wonderful Tesla. If you don't, here's a link to seven videos about Tesla to turn you. 

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