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EFF has run a full-page ad in this month’s Wired, addressed to the technology industry, under the banner “Your threat model just changed,” warning them that the incoming administr…

“BoingBoing: RT doctorow: EFF's full-page Wired ad: Dear tech, delete your logs before it's too late …”

Computer programmer Hans Bekale manages his small multimedia business from Do Space.

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Computer programmer Hans Bekale manages his small multimedia business from Do Space.

Pakistani Defense Minister Makes Nuclear Threat Against Israel After Fake News Provocation | The Huffington Post

Pakistani Defense Minister Makes Nuclear Threat Against Israel After Fake News Provocation

Pakistani Defense Minister Makes Nuclear Threat Against Israel After Fake News Provocation | The Huffington Post

Metaphors don't just highlight a comparison — they also downplay the aspects they don't capture. And "platform" papers over some of the big questions social media raises.

Metaphors don't just highlight a comparison — they also downplay the aspects they don't capture. And "platform" papers over some of the big questions social media raises.

13. The Cyber Revolution | History of Science and Technology

13. The Cyber Revolution

The Cyber Revolution

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(3) Twitter

Taken from the Facebook page of the Carnegie Library. Photo by Ian Eberhardt. Drawing by Elyse Anderson.

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Hattie Mae Winston  Hattie Mae Winston (born March 3 1945) is an American television film and Broadway actress best known for her role as Margaret on Becker and as a prominent cast member of the PBS childrens series The Electric Company.  Early career Winston was born in Lexington Mississippi and raised in Greenville Mississippi. She began her career onstage. Winston starred in the Broadway hit The Tap Dance Kid; she also appeared on Broadway in Two Gentlemen of Verona I Love My Wife and…

Hattie Mae Winston Hattie Mae Winston (born March is an American television, film and Broadway actress best known for her role as Margaret on Becker and as a prominent cast member of the PBS.

21 Of The Most Pointless Things You've Ever Seen

21 Of The Most Pointless Things You've Ever Seen

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