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Four short links: 18 February 2010

  1. David Cameron, The Next Age of Government (TED Talk) -- Cameron's argument is that with open data and behavioural economics, we can offer policy preferences but let people make informed choices. Interesting that transparency and open data can be a bipartisan issue.
  2. Finding Ada -- pledge to blog about an inspirational woman in technology or science on March 24. I like it because it turns up personal stories and interesting people that I'd otherwise never have heard of.
  3. On MicroSD Problems (Bunnie Huang) -- fascinating detective story as he tries to figure out how he got some dud Kingston SD cards. SPOILER ALERT: fault-tolerant hardware gets sold in tranches (great, ok, bad) and the bad tranche sold off-label.
  4. A new global visual language for the BBC's digital services -- an amazingly detailed guide to the rationale and structure of the BBC web redesign. It's not often that you get this much detail into someone else's design, which is a shame because it's very instructive to read.

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Schweinderl