Friday Link List

1. How Many Gigatons of CO2? {information is beautiful}

We’ve condensed all the key numbers into a single diagram. It lays out the perils and potential effects of our global fossil fuel habit – and the urgency to balance our “carbon budget”.

2. Interview with Tim Cook {bloomberg}

Two things. One, I wouldn’t call it a process. Creativity is not a process, right? It’s people who care enough to keep thinking about something until they find the simplest way to do it. They keep thinking about something until they find the best way to do it. It’s caring enough to call the person who works over in this other area, because you think the two of you can do something fantastic that hasn’t been thought of before. It’s providing an environment where that feeds off each other and grows.

3. To Yelp or Not to Yelp? {npr}.

The next time you’re about to post a scathing review of a business on a site like Yelp or Angie’s List, you might want to think twice.

This week, a housing contractor named Christopher Dietz sued a former customer for $750,000 in defamation charges for what she wrote in a review on Yelp.