Cecy Correa
August 12, 2012

This post is part of our Weekly Watercooler series.

4K news this week:

Links around the watercooler:

  • Easel.io is a great web-based prototyping tool: Design with “true-to-browsing rendering”? Yes, please!
  • These awesome electrical outlets eliminate the need for a powerstrip. They’re called “The Node” and they look extremely slick. We can’t wait until they become available for mass purchase!
  • If Hemingway wrote Javascript, it would be like this, according to Angus Croll.
  • Web chef Chris Ruppel found this gem on the Interwebs: It’s a “Star Trek Field Guide” and it’s a paper written by a 7th grader explaining the wonderful world of Star Trek. I wish I had written school papers on Star Trek.

Photo credit: mäi on Flickr.

Cecy Correa
August 12, 2012
Cecy Correa is a core organizer for meetups in Austin like Refresh Austin and the local Girl Develop It chapter. She enjoys trivia pub quizzes, film festivals, and karaoke. She can be followed on Twitter @cecycorrea for the latest tech news and cutest cat photos.