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March 31, 2014, 2:00 AM

Top News

Marcella Bombardieri / The Boston Globe:
Court documents reveal ambivalence in how MIT assisted Aaron Swartz's prosecution  —  The inside story of MIT and Aaron Swartz  —  More than a year after Swartz killed himself rather than face prosecution, questions about MIT's handling of the hacking case persist
Laszlo Bock / Harvard Business Review:
Google is two years into gDNA, a long-term study to understand employees' work-life balance  —  Google's Scientific Approach to Work-Life Balance (and Much More)  —  More than 65 years ago in Massachusetts, doctors began a longitudinal study that would transform our understanding of heart disease.
Threes:
Frustrated by popular fast following rip-offs like 2048, creators of Threes tout advantages of their 14-month development process  —  The Rip-offs & Making Our Original Game  —  It's been a weird and awesome couple of months.  Our expectations for our tiny game were well, fairly tiny.
Andrew Cunningham / Ars Technica:
Review: Asus crafts a tiny $179 Chromebox out of cheap, low-power parts  —  The Asus Chromebox (bottom) is a mini desktop molded in the image of Intel's NUC.  —  Specs at a glance: Asus Chromebox CN60 OS  —  Chrome OS  —  CPU  —  1.4GHz Celeron 2955U  —  RAM  —  2GB 1600MHz DDR3 (should support upgrades up to 16GB)

Sponsor Posts

Microsoft:
The quest for a quantum future  —  Decoding the secret language of the universe at Station Q, Microsoft's center for quantum computing research.
Freshdesk:
How to not sound like a robot in your email notifications?  —  Your notifications don't have to be just notifications.  They can be another opportunity to charm your customers and to keep them hooked.  Learn how.
VMware:
Why Your Organization Needs a Cloud-Based Disaster Recovery Plan  —  Businesses know they need to back up their data, their workloads and their applications in the event that disaster strikes.
Zoho:
The customer service lessons we must all learn from that Comcast call  —  By now, you've probably heard the call that hijacked the Internet last week.  If not, let me warn you.  It is painful - incredibly painful.
Pure Storage:
2014: Pure, EMC, HP, and Violin all Up Their Games  —  The past few months have seen bold announcements from EMC, HP, Violin, and of course Pure Storage, the net result of which is that the market has changed and moved forward appreciably.
 

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