Who are the smartest and most innovative researchers across the U.S.? The editors of Popular Science have chose this year’s “Brilliant 10”: researchers and scientists representing “the best of what science can achieve and demonstrate.”
Google recently acquired Zagat, the restaurant-guide company, and that should make things interesting for anyone who’s ever used one of the Zagat guides—or a service like Yelp—to find restaurants. Here’s a list of apps and websites for finding restaurants and ordering food.
The New York Times explores iPhoneography, photo strolls, and talks to Doctor Popular, who names ten great iPhone photography apps.
Here’s what Consumer Search says about three backpacks suitable for college students, high schoolers, and others.
Brain Pickings is a wonderful weekly e-newsletter about culture, and it recently featured a pair of reviews of children’s books written by famous authors, from Mark Twain to Virginia Woolf.
It’s pretty tough to predict the next big thing, but that’s what Business Insider is trying to do with its list of 20 startups to watch.
Two websites on our Indie 100 list, 20×200 and Tiny Showcase, have made it onto a top 10 list of spots to buy art online.
Instagram is a service with an ever-evolving following (yes, Justin Bieber included), and there’s a wonderful ecosystem of apps surrounding the iPhone photo-sharing service.
There’s nothing like a book at the beach, and Time has book recommendations from 23 authors, such as Wole Soyinka and Jonathan Franzen.
CNN’s got a somewhat random list of technology tools. What’s the point of the list? No point, really, other than to direct you to a hodge-podge of social media websites, mobile apps, and the like.