Some of these are old, but they’re still interesting (I hope)
The Washington Post discovers Apple’s new AirTags make it easy to find things. Slipped into a car seat or a purse, they can also make it easy to stalk you.
What bacteria might be thawing out in the Arctic and how dangerous are they?
The U.S. Army is looking to a cyborg future and worried movies will bias us against cyborgs.
To tighten its grip on the people, the Russian government is deploying its own internet.
In the 1940s, city architecture decided cities should be built as if the default resident was a six-foot tall man. Female designers of the 1980s, pointed out that was bullshit.
The UK recognizes animals as sentient beings.
Remember the days of the 19th century when Baptist priests built experimental airships inspired by the Bible?
Naughty, naughty Facebook — a new lawsuit attacks the social media over censorship of anti-vaxxers.
Electric books, classes by radio and other tech that would supposedly transform education. And then there’s the dream of 50 or 60 years ago that by now Americans would be working 30 hours a week, or less.
The challenges of beating ransomware.
“Trump’s blog shows none of the technical sophistication his team would need to build a new social media site. The blog does not save one’s progress or previously read messages, and asks viewers every time they open the page whether they want alerts to their email and phone, regardless of whether they’ve already signed up.” — a look at Trump’s efforts to stay important online.
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