This is SHA-3. [edit: we probably don't need this any time soon; it seems it's been approved largely as a backup plan in case vulnerabilities in SHA-2 are discovered. At least that's what Reddit is suggesting: http://is.gd/hd09jv]
"Here is my confession. My quiz wasn’t really a test of the optimism or pessimism of the reader. There was a hidden agenda. It was a test of the effect of fonts on truth. Or to be precise, the effect on credulity. Are there certain fonts that compel a belief that the sentences they are written in are true?"
I don't agree with his premise -- and frankly the whole "A vs. B" thing smells like a rhetoric device, since he embeds a promotional shout-out for his project, right in the middle of it all -- but Yegge is always an interesting read.
a tl;dw for a video from the Google Code team. The most interesting thing I read (haven't watched yet!) is that they think it's bad practice to use frameworks for dependency injection or mock-object creation.