Archive for May, 2019
Twitter’s leadership knows that it’s fundamentally broken, and its latest attempt to fix itself shows how daunting of a task that will be.
The group started in 1990, went on hiatus in 2009 and was an influential force in between, blending genres and moods. With a fresh set of reissues, itâs returning to the road.
The long read: In 2001, a smugglers’ yacht washed up in the Azores and disgorged its contents. The island of São Miguel was quickly flooded with high-grade cocaine – and nearly 20 years on, it is still feeling the effects
An Ohio high school plans to eliminate valedictorian and salutatorian honors in an effort to improve students' mental health.
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@helloweatherapp: Hellooooo Apple Watch! Our big iOS update is finally out now
The world is designed against the elderly, writes Don Norman, 83-year-old author of the industry bible Design of Everyday Things and a former Apple VP.
The show often includes humorous animated videos on current topics. One video that criticized Chinaâs war on free speech was removed at the networkâs request.
We Got U.S. Border Officials to Testify Under Oath. Here’s What We Found Out | Electronic Frontier Foundation
This is a guest post by Hugh Handeyside, Senior Staff Attorney, ACLU National Security Project, Nathan Freed Wessler, Staff Attorney, ACLU Speech, Privacy, and Technology Project, and Esha Bhandari, Staff Attorney, ACLU Speech, Privacy, and Technology Project. It was originally posted on the ACLU...