The ups and downs of Facebook, Amazon’s facial recognition, and what about plastic straws?
Truth is stranger than fiction — and this week is proof of that!
Oh! And some website dev stuff you’ll want to be sure to check out (looking at you SSL/Google).
- 6 Pastors You Are Glad You Don’t Work For
- Switching To Windows For Local WordPress Development
- Slack and Atlassian team up for a chat battle with Microsoft (update)
- Facebook’s stock market decline is the largest one-day drop in US history
- Amazon’s facial recognition matched 28 members of Congress to criminal mugshots
- Georgia congressman is the latest to introduce data privacy bills
- Idaho prison inmates exploited tablet vulnerability to steal $225,000 in credits
- Plastic Straws Aren’t the Problem
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— Joshua Brown (@joshbrown) July 20, 2018
T-25 days until Chrome starts flagging HTTP sites as "Not Secure" https://t.co/uLPA32xElz < check your domain here
— Bruce Lawson (@brucel) July 19, 2018
Milk delivery 25 years ago was essentially a subscription service offering products with recyclable/reusable packaging, delivered by electric vehicles.
Part of me thinks that if a techie firm were to have proposed this same idea today people would think it was incredible.
— Gary Rivers (@garykmrivers) July 22, 2018
This weekend I sorted through some papers my mom saved from my childhood. The top one is my 4th grade self evaluation. The bottom, my 4th grade state test score. Random House published my 6th book last week. #MoreThanATest pic.twitter.com/kzHFId258x
— Alexandra Penfold (@AgentPenfold) July 16, 2018
Did I just ask the librarian to check if the books I requested on James Polk and the Mex-Am War had shipped just so she wouldn’t think that I only read comics? Yes, yes I did. pic.twitter.com/7mHFiqsOsZ
— Phil Schneider (@phillip320) July 26, 2018