One of the most fascinating software development projects right now is Dwarf Fortress, a generative text-mode dwarf colony simulator written almost entirely by one man, over 20 years. It has a great simulation depth, unsurprisingly for something that is around 700k lines of code. Now, there’s an insightful interview with it’s creator.

Alex Rah has written an interesting analysis of a Google Spambot SEO network.

Olivia Evans makes a great case for the fact that extroversion is not a necessary prerequisite for business success.

Robert Wiblin interviews Cal Newport of “Deep Work” fame about his views on the current office environment, and how it’s going to change. (podcast, not text, around two hours)