Collected Links for July 3, 2015

Where the Roads Have No Name – The New Yorker

[I]n Vermont, any road that was ever officially entered into a town’s record books remains legally recognized, indefinitely.

7⅛ | kung fu grippe

How Jaques Pepin Saved My Life | GQ

“I've been in restaurants where they bring over a carrot and say ‘This carrot was born the ninth of September. His name is Jean-Marie…' Just give me the goddamned carrot!'”

21+ Of The Funniest Clothing Tags Ever | Bored Panda

Collected Links for June 19, 2015

Cover versions | Flickr – Photo Sharing!
https://www.flickr.com/photos/littlepixel/sets/72157594269138651
I'm especially in love with “The White Room” (no surprise there, eh?)

Hacking “Chutes and Ladders” | MetaFilter
http://www.metafilter.com/150330/Hacking-Chutes-and-Ladders
The commentary on Metafilter is just as worthwhile as the article it links to.

Four Columbia House insiders explain the shady math behind “8 CDs for a penny” · Expert Witness · The A.V. Club
http://www.avclub.com/article/four-columbia-house-insiders-explain-shady-math-be-219964

Another hacked site in the news..

LastPass Security Notice | The LastPass Blog
https://blog.lastpass.com/2015/06/lastpass-security-notice.html/

We want to notify our community that on Friday, our team discovered and blocked suspicious activity on our network.

And that's why I use 1Password. Ultimately, with LastPass they handle it all – one stop shopping. And one point of failure. With 1Password, you need to get access to my storage and then break into my 1Password file. It may not actually be more secure, but it sure feels like it is.