Daily Feed: Boston's Techies Respond to Steve Jobs' Resignation

Boston’s Techies Respond to Steve Jobs’ Resignation. In 140 characters or less, the city’s tech innovators shared their thoughts on Jobs’ announcement, which came late last night. Cambridge-based Raizlabs called Jobs “a modern day Da Vinci” via Twitter as others thanked him or wished him good health. [MassHighTech.com]

Rabid Bat Found in Back Bay, Fox Runs Flickr Photo of a Different Dead Bat. It turns out that the bat found yesterday on a sidewalk in Back Bay is rabid. Dr. Anita Barry, director of the Infectious Disease Bureau at the Boston Public Health Commission, is advising anyone who had contact with this bat to go and get checked out for rabies. We’re not health experts or anything, but common sense tells us that it’s pretty difficult to tell this bat from any other bat. Especially since Fox pulled a photo of a second unidentified dead bat via Flickr. So, yeah, if you’ve recently been in contact with a bat — any bat — you know what to do. [MyFoxBoston.com]

Management Tip of the Day: How to Tell if You’re Talking with Liars. They appear uncomfortable, they evade the topic, and they manipulate the conversation. Now you don’t even have to click the link. [Reuters.com]

Would You Eat the Wahlburger? … Brothers Mark and Donnie Wahlberg have licensed the name Wahlburgers Restaurant from a New York chain so they, together with brother Paul, can open a burger joint in Boston, exact location undisclosed and ETA not identified. [WashingtonPost.com]

… What About The Tim Thomas Sandwich? If you’re more into puck than Marky Mark, maybe this is the preferred hand food for you: A grilled chicken breast covered in Cajun spices with grilled pineapple slices and melted pepper jack, available at Coolidge Corner Clubhouse in Brookline for $12.99. [CBSSports.com]