From The Washington Post: The national debt has risen by almost $7.8 trillion during Trump’s time in office. That’s nearly twice as much as what Americans owe on student loans, car loans, credit cards and every other type of debt other than mortgages, combined, according to data from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York. […]
Corporate political donations “became the biggest business story of the day” because some U.S. politicians tried to overturn a democratic election to keep the losing presidential candidate in office, and then some companies announced some variant on “we would prefer not to fund the end of democracy so we are going to pause our donations […]
Gorgeous, sunny January day. Curiously by the end of the hike the clouds moved in and snow began. Welp.
This is sad. On the one hand, it’s the right move to respect the developers’ wishes (particularly of small, independent apps). For a single-person developed application this feature could have a material impact on their bottom-line revenue over time. On the other, this was a killer feature of the M1 Macs. Some iOS apps ran […]
Correction of the day pic.twitter.com/UyvQmRCNXl — David Uberti (@DavidUberti) January 14, 2021
From Krebs on Security: If all of the above theorizing reads like yet another crackpot QAnon conspiracy, that may be the inevitable consequence of my spending far too much time going down this particular rabbit hole (and re-reading Moby Dick in the process!). In any case, none of this is likely to matter to the […]