#TECHNOLOGY — The Lazarus-Effect You might not need to throw away your broken glasses and get new ones anymore, thanks to these unique materials that can heal themselves! A video by SciShow on Freedom Today. #TECHNOLOGY — Unwired How WiFi really works and how you can get the most out of it. Jim Salter explains wireless networking for arstechnica.com #TRANSPORTATION — Buckle up Supersonic commercial flying is back on the schedule with new planes being developed as you read this. Samuel Hammond goes full throttle for niskanencenter.org #CULTURE — The smartphone phenomenon An in depth look at the social change brought upon us by smartphones. Adam Greenfield swiped right for longreads.com #BUSINESS — Not slacking around Amazon apparently considers paying a tremendous price for Slack (which we use at FTN). Frederic Filloux is exploring the sense of such an acquisition at Monday Note. #BUSINESS — Easily spoiled Why would Amazon want to buy Whole Foods? It fits their plan to take a cut of more economic transactions than ever. Ben Thompson explains Amazon’s other big acquisition plan at stratechery.com #AI — AI riding shotgun Tesla’s machine learning system is receiving huge amounts of data from actual driving cars to improve its collective driving skills. Tom Ward followed the signs for futurism.com #CULTURE — Recommended reading «Standard Ebooks is a volunteer driven, not-for-profit project that produces lovingly formatted, open source, and free public domain ebooks.» Exactly what it says on the package. #DESIGN — Go, clean up your website! There is a trend to put unnecessary crap on website. John Gruber pleads for a cleaner web at daringfireball.net #TRANSPORTATION — On time Personal air transportation has been a pipe dream for decades.But a new concept appears more realistic than anything before. Jack Stewart takes off for Wired. #AI — Artificial morality AI researcher Andrew Blake discusses the challenges ahead in creating and using artificial intelligence. Natasha Lomas reports for Techcrunch.