Martin Sorrell, who's probably spent more on paid pitches than anyone reading this, links the practice of unpaid pitching to oversupply in agency-land;
Notes from the Teenage Dragons Den panel at OverTheAir; really annoyed I missed this, as it sounded excellent;
Amazon have launched their mobile payments service, even including 1-click billing. It's nice to see some much-needed competition for PayForIt and Bango;
Symbian have open sourced their UserEmulator tool for automated testing;
Caterina Fake on working hard: " So often people are working hard at the wrong thing. Working on the right thing is probably more important than working hard. "
100 impediments a ScrumMaster might run into;
A phenomenal light-show projected onto the side of what looks like a stately home, at a "secret festival";
Thoughts on the future of the boutique software shop: " I do feel that (if it isn't happening already) UX will become the competitive differentiator for the boutiques". It's happening already;
MIT students take space photos for $150;
And along similar lines, the project Icarus video of the curvature of the earth;
Certified Scrum Developer programme?
Hiding data, content and technology in real-world games, from Mr Thorpe - a lovely presentation, lots of gems in here;
Avoiding iPhone app rejection from Apple: " If you do find your app is rejected, the best advice I can give is try to remain calm";
Device APIs and Policy Working Group, a new W3C effort " to create client-side APIs that enable the development of Web Applications and Web Widgets that interact with devices services such as Calendar, Contacts, Camera, etc."