weekly tweet roundup


Technology lawyer in Toronto.

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Recent Tweets

  • how shared, self-driving cars have the potential to radically transform cities. fascinating stuff. 1 hour ago
  • tesla’s powerwall by the numbers: not great for regular power, but quite cost-effective as a ups. 3 days ago
  • dufl packs, cleans & ships suitcase. very clever. a bit pricey but would be quite handy for frequent travel. 3 days ago
  • nasa validates em drive operation in vacuum. this imho is revolutionary. really hope it’s not a prank or something. 3 days ago
  • dea agent responsible for investigating silk road arrested for his own (alleged) shenanigans. interesting read. 4 days ago
  • ms launches free cross-platform (!) code editor. the times, they are a-changin’. 5 days ago
  • initial hands on reviews of ms’ hololens make it sound very promising indeed. 5 days ago
  • hate to say it, but the aba journal’s list of the top 10 innovations in legal practice is somewhat underwhelming. 5 days ago
  • overstock registers to sell securities based on blockchain (i.e. bitcoin) technology – no stock market needed. wow. 7 days ago
  • “proprietary personality detection technology” helps you craft e-mails tailored to recipient’s personality. hmmm. 1 week ago

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