The Daily Incite is a round-up of interesting stuff from the web. It's not particularly daily.
Our ability to use machines to process process ever-expanding quantities of data promises advances in medicine, physics, and technology. But first we're going to teach computers how to spot cats in YouTube videos. Nice going, Google.
Pheast looks like a slick app for sharing recipes. [BetaList]
Allen Institute to host "hackathon for the human brain" [Slashdot]
Brightcove going all-in on Apple TV [TUAW]
The book that disappears while you read it [Design Taxi]
An uplifting speech for art school graduates [WebDesigner Depot]
Microsoft is going to have to get mean again [RWW]
Nicely done infographic of social landmarks [Design Taxi]
Edward Boatman of the Noun Project to host iconathon to support the LA River [The Noun Project]
W3C releases its first draft of a Web Intents standard [W3C]