In the science and tech world, taking a weekend off from your RSS feed means potentially missing all the big news. So here’s a little roundup of exciting news on our radar that happened this weekend:
Canadian researchers show off the future of mobile with thin, flexible “paper computers.”
The Boston Globe shares their pictures of Atlantis. The shuttle programs’s last flight ended on Thursday.
Read it Later shares their usage statistics. The iPad is affecting when we decide to read. People are reading less during work hours and more in the evenings.
iPhone movement across Europe tracked in this neat visualization.
In other news, this weekend we said goodbye to our friend and colleague, Ellie, who is leaving Method New York for graduate school, where she’ll be studying architecture! We took a break from the heat with cake and gelato and said our goodbyes. We’ll miss ya, Ellie (and we know you’ll miss us too)!