I guess allied women spies were SO GOOD that history finds NO TRACE of them
If the NTSB's diagnosis of the Uber crash is right, this is totally insane. https://www.ntsb.gov/investigations/AccidentReports/Reports/HWY18MH010-prelim.pdf
Tumblr tried to sneak in data collection under the radar. After a few taps, you can get a list of who they're sharing data with.
The list takes 19 screenshots to see all the names on my phone.
Hmmm... You know, if you tell someone that you'll "do (something), or die trying!", technically you're not lying if you procrastinate until you die.
"It’s a telling social phenomenon of late capitalism that we are willing to construct elaborate computer networks to conduct secure transactions with each other — and in the process torpedoing our hopes at a clean energy future."
There are nearly 300 studio photography backdrops featuring flamingos up on Amazon, just in case you think whatever cool thing you might want to make is too niche.
@kensanata Copyright extension is a classic example of focused benefits always winning out over dispersed interests. And worse, Disney *knows* the cost of Mickey entering the public domain. Nobody can know the value to society of all the stuff that would have otherwise entered the public domains. Which makes projects like the one that lists all the stuff that would have entered the public domain every year under different years' copyright laws really important.
Just sent out a diff which implements monitor mode support in the #iwm driver on #OpenBSD: https://marc.info/?l=openbsd-tech&m=152707154932206&w=2