These are my links from around the web for 16th January from 10:31 to 10:37:
- Pixelmator Tutorials – Pixelmator is a great image editing app for Mac OSX that I use instead of Photoshop, Elements, etc.The Pixelmator team does a great job of providing easy tutorials.
- Photographer sues over ‘stolen’ photo – “Why is it that businesses think that simply because a photo (or other creative work) is on the web that it can be used freely, without payment?”
- Paleo Diet Flowchart | Visual.ly – My consumption is around 90% Paleo. My energy levels, and general well being have significantly increased since cutting out most processed foods, eliminating most grains, and significantly reducing dairy.
- Consumers pay the hidden costs for the ‘free’ app ecosystem | The Verge – Free apps are dangerous, yet free is the dominant business model most mobile apps are taking these days. The roadmap is simple: grow as quickly as possible, then insert ads of some kind or get acquired.
- Snack attack: fast food linked to growing rates of asthma – “The study found the risk of severe asthma increased by 27 per cent in the younger children who regularly ate fast food, and they were also more likely to get severe eczema and rhinitis.”
- Anatomy of a Twitter Scam — KatieFloyd.me – “This yet again illustrates the importance of using unique passwords across multiple sites.”