“Why have young people in Japan stopped having sex?” and other Twinks…

Bryan D. Wilhite [BryanWilhite] Why have young people in Japan stopped having sex? http://t.co/gN9qHagpI0

Zen Faulkes [DoctorZen] I’m getting tired of talk about “creating the next generation of scientists” when we can’t look after the current generation of scientists.

Bryan D. Wilhite [BryanWilhite] Ethiopia opens Africa’s biggest windfarm http://t.co/6paYnq0vut

Julie Lerman [julielerman] Laurie Anderson Describes Lou’s Last Days http://t.co/DCWvaj2e7x

Bryan D. Wilhite [BryanWilhite] Indigenous incarceration rates are a national shame | Antony Loewenstein http://t.co/fTmqoGqgEn

Smári McCarthy [smarimc] “The tech industry promised open access and democratization. What we’ve given the world is surveillance and spying.” http://t.co/aUMmDcBIDF

Bryan D. Wilhite [BryanWilhite] Ronald Shannon Jackson obituary http://t.co/DIb7ivhSjx

Loic Le Meur [loic] I challenged hackers to investigate me and what they found out is chilling | PandoDaily http://t.co/Z9Cb1BBo7j

Bryan D. Wilhite [BryanWilhite] I thought the US was the land of gold. Now I see it as rude and disrespectful | Nana Darkoa Sekyiamah http://t.co/yqi6MuvjxJ

Jeremy Likness [jeremylikness] The Earth’s most stunning natural fractal patterns http://t.co/JkgM7SFWXe

Economy Lab blog [Economy_Lab] For young Canadians, even middle-class life is increasingly elusive. It’s Canada’s #WealthParadox: http://t.co/orPoHuMJ96

Democracy Now! [democracynow] TODAY: @garyruskin on the new report, “Spooky Business: Corporate Espionage Against Nonprofit Organizations.” http://t.co/fITGicJC3M

Thomas Dolby [ThomasDolby] The @Nerdist podcast with Chris Hardwick is now online: http://t.co/HTjjSFMAup

Bryan D. Wilhite [BryanWilhite] The married Kama Sutra http://t.co/7LINHvnlhT via @feedly

Lil Lagniappe [mrs_ggallin] Just found out I went to the same Catholic summer camp w a client I’m working w today, except I got kicked out. I was probably about 5 or 6

Bryan D. Wilhite [BryanWilhite] The “Personal Brand” Myth http://t.co/MLvxhZQ1fy

Todd Anglin [toddanglin] Woohoo! Obduction (Myst sequel) finally hit its $1.1m funding goal with 66 hours to spare. http://t.co/3D44GgA7cT

Bryan D. Wilhite [BryanWilhite] Could These Little Tubes Be The Secret To Capturing The Ocean’s Energy? http://t.co/Rns7GVDBfv)

Shadow And Act [shadowandact] Kevin Grevioux Has A Theory On The Lack Of Black Sci-Fi Filmmakers… http://t.co/25n8DD94oX

Medical Daily [medicaldailycom] Are you an #introvert? Here’s how your thinking process works. http://t.co/1AZ5Yb30p3

Bryan D. Wilhite [BryanWilhite] Google Autocompletes The World’s Opinion Of Women––And It’s Not Pretty http://t.co/VRhaDu6w8k)

Om Malik [om] “Almost half of the photos on Instagram feeds among people aged 14 to 21 in the UK are selfies.” The @guardian http://t.co/ngktmqJlgJ

AfricanBurialGround [AFBurialGrndNPS] Learn about historian Skip Gates’ role in helping insure factual accuracy in the film “Twelve years a Slave” http://t.co/TaKE092sf9

Bryan D. Wilhite [BryanWilhite] Why Can People Live in Hiroshima and Nagasaki Now, But Not Chernobyl? http://t.co/Z5dWZuD8mH

hannibaltabu [hannibaltabu] Really? Wow. “Only Four African Americans Have Ever Been Elected To The U.S. Senate In All Of American History” http://t.co/6DuvtHMEhr

“C#er : IMage: An Ultra Light Windows Phone 7 MVVM Framework” and other links…

Jeremy Likness: “Next comes the fun part. There may be a case for an inversion of control container here, but I’m going to follow a fairly common pattern but instead of shoving a bunch of variables into the App object, I’ll create a GlobalManager class for the MVVM concerns. Now this is a static class and of course that concerns some people for becoming problematic down the road because the views will be tightly bound (plus it’s one of those hated singletons). In this case it just doesn’t bother me. I unit test the view models, not necessarily the views, and use design-time data in the views. Therefore, the binding for me doesn’t pose a threat as I can still grab the view models and run them in isolation while mocking the interfaces.”

Also: “C#er : IMage: A Silverlight MVVM Feed Reader from Scratch in 30 Minutes

“Navigation in a #WP7 application with MVVM Light”

Laurent Bugnion: “In his excellent series ‘MVVM Light Toolkit soup to nuts’, Jesse Liberty proposes one approach using the MVVM Light messaging infrastructure. While this works fine, I would like to show here another approach using what I call a ‘view service’, i.e. an abstracted service that is invoked from the viewmodel, and implemented on the view.”

“Coding4Fun Windows Phone Toolkit”

Greg Duncan: “Need an ‘About’ for your Windows Phone 7 app? Toggle button? TimeSpan Picker? A number of value to visibility converters? Why re-invent the wheel, when the Coding4Fun team, having run into their own challenges in building Windows Phone 7 app’s, have built them for you?”

“Windows Azure Emulators On Your Desktop”

Buck Woody: “Many people feel they have to set up a full Azure subscription online to try out and develop on Windows Azure. But you don’t have to do that right away. In fact, you can download the Windows Azure Compute Emulator – a ‘cloud development environment’ – right on your desktop.”

“Microsoft: ‘over 2 million’ Windows Phone 7 licenses sold to manufacturers so far”

Chris Ziegler: “What does that tell us? Well, let’s get the elephant in the room out of the way: the iPhone 4 sold 3 million units in a little under a month after its launch, so Microsoft clearly has plenty of room to catch up—but that comes as no surprise to us, analysts, or Microsoft itself. Furthermore, selling a license to an OEM isn’t the same as selling a phone to a customer, since many of these manufactured devices are sitting on store shelves; it’s unclear exactly how many WP7 devices are actually in users’ pockets right now, but the number is certainly less than ‘over 2 million.’”