Fluffy Links – Monday January 20th 2014

Dylan Collins writes his kid tech predictions for 2014.

Working from home? You really need structure. This post more than most has helped me a lot with changing my consume it all routine at home. Not there yet but on the way.

Everpix shuts down but shares their data to others can learn. And some people made lovely reports on the data. Maybe EI require this for companies they’d invest in? Hah.

Via Walter: A conference on side projects. Why didn’t I think of that? Great idea.

via Swiss Miss. Famous movie quotes in chart form.

Toast is trendy in San Fran so it will infect all the hipster joints worldwide. I remember the tea and toast crowd at Electric Picnic. As the article says, toast is a form of comfort and gives some the feeling of home. Irish bread brands should hone in on that. However, this article is about how a cafĂ© is saving a girl’s life. Worth the read.

Realex are doing an event on February 6th. 6pm to 8pm. Free. Covering how to grow your online presence and generate traffic to your site.

Handy Chrome plugin to get access to the likes of BBC iPlayer.

UK Police totally infiltrated by criminal gangs.

Glen has a nice post on cases for the iPhone that mod the device for aiding with surveillance, survival.

Drive Away – Thomas Newman

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