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more than 5 things I love on the internet this week of July 6th

Apple music is a lesson in how NOT to onboard new users.   Apple is usually good at this, right?

Google is testing a Ride-sharing app based on Waze.  It’s beta-launch is in Tel Aviv, Waze’s home base.

It’s 2015 — shouldn’t we have figured out web metrics by now?

One of the great un-solved challenges of Virtual Reality is your Inner Ear (those two things that help you stay upright and hear things).  A VR system is pounding your visual cortex with information telling your body that you’re, say, riding a bike or hurdling through space or falling off a cliff.  But that doesn’t bring your inner ear along for the ride.  The mismatch created causes dizziness.  Sometimes gross levels of dizziness.  That’s a super long winded way of introducing you to a hilarious video in which  the intrepid reports from Ars Technica try out all the VR rigs from E3 this year. 

Boeing just patented an engine powered by lasers and small thermonuclear explosions.  Isn’t the future awesome?

Earbuds that customize the ambient noise around you.  Novel, interesting, and now rocking $17m of funding.

Mobile advertising is about to be fundamentally disrupted.  The next gen of AdTech is surely waiting in the wings.

Finally, hats off for this amazing anti-nazi campaign in Germany.  Clever, thoughtful and for the best possible cause.