Congratulations on the IPO; now build the type S

Congratulations on the IPO; now build the type S – “Tesla IPO Raises $226.1M, Stock Surges 41 Percent” http://ht.ly/253Nl #cars #Tesla

Show me where I can sign up for one.

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Did Google forget about Project 10×100?

Did Google forget about Project 10×100? – “Google struggles to give away $10 million” http://ht.ly/253wJ #Google

Bad news for Apple; iPhone 4 users cringe

Bad news for Apple; iPhone 4 users cringe – “Leaked Docs Show Apple Knows About iPhone 4’s Flaws” http://ht.ly/253p9 #Apple #iPhone4

Ruling from FAA is materially important; more opportunity for general populace

Ruling from FAA is materially important; more opportunity for general populace – “FAA floats a break to flying car” http://ht.ly/253ny #cars

For a first generation product, it isn't half bad.

Interesting read on the fall of an American tech darling

Interesting read on the fall of an American tech darling – “Suit Over Faulty Computers Highlights Dell’s Decline” http://ht.ly/259Tm #Dell

Do you remember when Dell's only problem was their exploding laptops?

Is this a harbinger of what’s to come this season? First June hurricane since 1995

Is this a harbinger of what’s to come this season? First June hurricane since 1995 – “Alex reaches hurricane strength” http://ht.ly/253lN

Does it hurt? Only their shareholders

Does it hurt? Only their shareholders – “BP oil spill costs hit $100 million per day” http://ht.ly/24vdL #oilspill

It is hard to imagine a more expensive disaster.

This is actually pretty damaging

This is actually pretty damaging – “Leaked Slide Deck Details Microsoft’s Plan for Windows 8” http://ht.ly/24v8N #Microsoft

I love the pre-iPhone period (i.e., people lived in caves)

I love the pre-iPhone period (i.e., people lived in caves) – “The History of the iPhone” http://ht.ly/2485Y #infographic

Brew your own without torturing your friends and family

Create a clone.

Most men I know have at one time or another considered brewing their own beer for a variety of reasons – visions of gloating over their masterful creation of a future gold medal winner is usually among the top three.  All too often the hard effort of the average home brewer yields little more than a harsher version of Piel’s or (if you’re lucky) Milwaukee’s Best.  Fret no more, the authors of CloneBrews, 2nd Edition: Recipes for 200 Brand-Name Beers have spent over 20 years replicating popular creations such as Foster’s Lager and Chimay Red.  That said, relatively little of the book is dedicated to the actual brewing process so I would highly recommend buying this as a companion to a tome such as How to Brew: Everything You Need To Know To Brew Beer Right The First Time by John Palmer.  Good luck and happy brewing.