The huge amount of stuff I save to instapaper means I only get to read some of it a long time after I first came across it. But I like that. You don't get lost in the initial burst of linky enthusiasm, you get more time to think and reflect and see whether something still seems interesting months or years later. These things do:
Martin Parr: Why Photojournalism Has To Get Modern, Notes on Design on Online Creative Collaboration, Momus on hip culture, and its detractors, Kevin Kelly on people wanting to pay, Sven Birkerts on cyberspace and reading-space - and Jeremy Hatch responds
Michael Darling on The Architecture of Reassurance: Designing Disney's Theme Parks, Dino/Chroma on Tacit Knowledge, and let's finish with Super-Noticing and Kottke on "working small with the resources of a bigger firm"