RexLinks are items I’ve bookmarked to share on Google Reader during the past 24 hours:
- In Central Park, Finding a Bed Among the Trees | NYTimes.com – While this article makes it sound as if these brothers thought up the idea of using a hammock for camping, I discovered several years ago, via a way-ward ego google search, there's an entire micro-industry built around the idea of hammock camping: http://hikinghq.net/hammock/hammock.html
- E-Books to Join The New York Times Best-Seller List | NYTimes.com – With Amazon having such a dominant share of the ebook retail channel, it will be interesting to see how much, if any, such a list differs from the Kindle best sellers list — http://re-x.me/kindlebestsellers
- Andy Baio Joining Expert Labs | Waxy.org – Andy is joining Anil Dash and Gina Trapani in developing Expert Labs in their goal to "help government make better decisions about policy by listening to citizens in the places they already are: social networks like Twitter and Facebook." A big goal, but what a great team. Congratulations to all (including us)!
- Louisville's Museum Plaza | ArchDaily – Following a long tradition, I will link to anything that includes the following sentence, "REX has firmly grasp.ed the unique characteristics of this site to develop a very creative solution for a very engaging public space." (Note: The reference is to REX, the NYC-based architectural firm.)