BSDTalk 257 is 15 minutes of conversation with Christos Zoulas, available now.
For some reason, I had this complete days ago, and I've already started on next week's links. Your unrelated video link of the week: The Wizard of Speed and Time - Mike Jittlov (1988).
This took some catching up.  
If you happen to still be running DragonFly 4.0 - that's two releases ago and not supported - you may be noticing less ports are building.  There's been enough significant changes in DragonFly since that release that it's reducing the number of buildable ports. DragonFly 4.0 to 4.2 is not a difficult jump, so jump when you can.  The converse of this, of course, is that there's even more building on 4.2 and DragonFly-current.
Charles Musser updated rtadvd and added rtadvctl for DragonFly, based on what's in FreeBSD (which is based on KAME? I'm not sure). This is most useful if you are using IPv6.
Matthew Dillon brought over the FreeBSD iwm(4) driver to DragonFly, with some changes.  This is useful to anyone with Intel "Dual Band Wireless AC" 3160, 7260, or 7265 units.
It's a in-depth reading week, so make time! Your unrelated link of the week: Announcing the 2016 APPLE CABIN CALENDAR!  "Turts".  For real purchase, though this might only be funny to someone who is familiar with the food and advertising it parodies.
Lots of activity; I didn't even really need to look at source commits.
I mentioned Endless Sky in the last Lazy Reading post as a game that might run on DragonFly.  'Romick' took that as a challenge and got it working; he's posted the steps he took so that anyone else can do so.
BSDNow 107 has the usual roundup of news, including some things I appear to have completely missed, and an interview of Aaron Poffenberger, who apparently gets BSD material into Linux conventions.
BSDTalk 256 (or as I like to think of it, BSDTalk 16^2) is out with 16 minutes of interview of Allan Jude at vBSDCon, about his work on the FreeBSD Mastery: ZFS book.
"OPNsense: On the Shoulders of Giants" is happening right now in New York City, at Stone Creek Bar & Lounge: 140 E 27th St., with Issac '.ike' Levy.   .ike is the one who persuaded me to go to pfSense for my border devices at work, so it's interesting to see what he has to say about OPNSense.  Of course, it may be too late by the time you read this - sorry!  I thought I had pre-scheduled this post but apparently I did not.
John Marino's committed libc versioning.  He has a post describing it, along with a note that anyone DragonFly-current should do a full buildworld/kernel and also update all installed packages.  (Update: those new packages are on the way.)
This week just sorta blew up with the links. Your unrelated comics link of the week: Wonderella, a consistently funny superhero parody.  As an added bonus, the author apparently can't stop making (non-comic) one-liner jokes, so he stuffs them all in his Twitter feed instead of the usual case of Twitter as promotional tool.
This was a quieter-than-normal week, probably because of the North American holiday at the start of it, but I found enough articles by the end.