1. Since the iPhone, Apple has developed a subtle enterprise strategy, so subtle that many pundits miss it. Instead of pursuing business sales directly, Apple has quietly worked to remove barriers that might impede usage of its products, including in enterprises.

    — TidBITS: ITbits: Putting IBM MobileFirst in (Apple’s Enterprise) Context

  2. To my competitors: I will crush you! To everyone else: you’re wonderful! Upgrade!

    — Pinboard Turns Five (Pinboard Blog)

  3. Tortured statements from CEOs, politicians, coworkers, spouses, or suppliers, in no hierarchical order, mean one thing: I have something to hide, but I want to be able to say I told you the facts.

    — Microsoft’s New CEO Needs An Editor | Monday Note

  4. Apple’s approach is about a dumb cloud enabling rich apps while Google’s is about devices as dumb glass that are endpoints of cloud services. That’s going to lead to rather different experiences

    — The next phase of smartphones — Benedict Evans

  5. all is not lost. As I pointed out yesterday, this is a huge platform to hand to Democrats in an election year. Republicans are now going to be running against birth control, and as Guttmacher notes, “More than 99% of women aged 15-44 who have ever had sexual intercourse have used at least one contraceptive method.”

    — A Democratic Congress Could Undo The Hobby Lobby Ruling and Protect Women

  6. Tesla Motors was created to accelerate the advent of sustainable transport. If we clear a path to the creation of compelling electric vehicles, but then lay intellectual property landmines behind us to inhibit others, we are acting in a manner contrary to that goal. Tesla will not initiate patent lawsuits against anyone who, in good faith, wants to use our technology.

    — All Our Patent Are Belong To You | Blog | Tesla Motors

  7. the iWhatever brands are of Apple, by Apple, and for Apple users. “Beats” can be for everyone without diluting the Apple platform centricity of the iTunes brand.

    — Daring Fireball: WWDC 2014 Prelude

  8. The web has since been overrun by marketers, money, and big business, but for a brief time, the nerds of the world had millions of people gathered around them, boggling at their skill with this seemingly infinite medium.

    — The revenge of the nerds

  9. On the whole, when large numbers of people begin wearing helmets, we really don’t see a benefit in the head injury or fatality rates.

    — Stop forcing people to wear bike helmets - Vox

  10. For a company that is looking to expand its relationships in the entertainment industry, bringing in Jimmy Iovine, Dr. Dre, and Beats Electronics is the perfect remedy for Apple.

    — Why Apple’s Beats buy is genius

  11. Part of a state that borders Mexico is north of the southernmost point in Canada

    — US states north of Canada

  12. This is not making anything faster — it’s allowing ISPs to selectively slow down traffic that they don’t strategically or financially benefit from

    — Anti-Net-Neutrality “Fast Lanes” Are Bullshit – Marco.org

  13. If the Jeep lineup was a family, Renegade would be Wrangler’s little brother who likes to play in the rock gym but isn’t quite tough enough to join big bro on a free-climbing trip.

    — Why Everyone’s Going Nuts Over The 2015 Jeep Renegade: An Explainer

  14. The cloud is more than just a file system. It’s data plus code.

    — inessential.com: Cocoa for Web Services

  15. So then a bug shows up which leaks the content of memory mishandled by
    that layer. If the memoory had been properly returned via free, it
    would likely have been handed to munmap, and triggered a daemon crash
    instead of leaking your keys. OpenSSL is not developed by a responsible team.

    — Re: FYA: http: heartbleed.com