A great post about Geek Shame from Natasha Lewis Harrison at Gathering Magic.
Since I’ve been in a geekly mood, I’ve collected some interesting things this week. Japanese astronaut Satoshi Furukawa built a Lego version of the International Space Station, while aboard the International Space Station! Further zero-gravity geekery, a California design firm is working on a roller coaster to allow you to experience up to eight seconds of zero-g.
David Gaughran covers the differences between Amazon’s Popularity and Bestseller lists.
A last thought from Roni Loren, who’s fed up with quid pro quo social media behavior. I’ll be completely honest here, if I retweet you, share you here, or on my Google+ stream, you’ve done something right. You don’t need to share my stuff in return. I am, of course, always glad when you do!