Weekly Web Harvest for 2016-05-29

  • New York Mets complain to MLB about Los Angeles Dodgers’ use of electronic device
    The Dodgers did not deny using something similar to a global positioning system (GPS), or a laser range finder similar to what might be used during a round of golf, to establish points on the outfield, but flatly denied that electronic assistance is used during games.

  • Blind pencil seller | Library of Congress
    Blind pencil seller

  • We R Cute Shoplifters  | GOOD
    Unicorn-Lift actually discovered the community through an anti-lifting post, written by someone enraged by the existence of the “shoplifting fandom.” She showed Barbie, and the pair found themselves drawn into the Liftblr world. They wanted to be part of it and earn a “lift” title. The only way to do that was to steal something. Unicorn-Lift, also 15 years old, hit the local Wal-Mart. Barbie found herself at the Dollar Tree.

  • Shannon Conners: A Lifetime of Personal Data | Quantified SelfQuantified Self
    Not content to let her data be incomplete, she has used novel sources for filling out her data sets, like going through her baby books for weight check-ins. Having a picture of her data that is comprehensive gives her a unique view. By adding annotations of major life events, she can see the vicissitudes of life reflected in her data.

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