Stories abound on the Internet. Here’s some thought pieces to tide over your Thursday lunchtime, covering everything from the failures of the anti-virus industry to when Apple packaging was desperate, and also a Kitten. Because your Thursdays could use more Kitten.
- Apple’s product packaging wins points from me for being easy to pack and repack, but then not everyone is a product reviewer. It is rather plain, however. It wasn’t always that way, as Macworld’s Christopher Phin explains.
- HackADay interviewed ex-Mythbuster Grant Imahara about his career and, predictably, robotics.
- At ITNews, the Anti-Virus industry gets introspective — and it’s quite frightening.
- The latest Steam sale has kicked off. I’d suggest reviewing all those games you bought in the last Steam sale and haven’t played yet, but that would be futile, right?
- The app version of Twitter is going to start tracking a lot more of your data. Here’s how to tell it to go away.
- Over at the MYOB Blog, I’ve written about how to make your one person business appear bigger through technology.
- And finally, why shouldn’t a cat play Super Smash Bros Wii U?
Lunchtime reading is just that; stories I’ve hit during the day that have stuck with me for any of a number of reasons. Read them, and learn things — that’s how the Internet works, folks.