Press "Enter" to skip to content
- I’m really beginning to believe Apple is serious about its customers’ privacy. Nobody knows quite how, but they’ve blocked a shady tool used by police and hackers alike. (Yes, MJR, your link gave me a smile.)
- Did “magic” mushrooms create psilocybin to screw with bugs that wanted to eat them?
- No surprise to you, but a surprising source. A study by a group of ultimate public school insiders says government schools are failing kids by not challenging them enough and instead feeding them assignments well below their capabilities.
- You’ve never heard of Dorcas Reilly. But you’ve
enjoyed been subjected to her recipes. This heroine of 1950s cuisine (think: Campbell’s cream-of-something soup in everything) has died at 92.
- The necessity — and impossibility — of entitlement reform
- Yes, Apple is serious about online privacy. But Tim Cook wants it established by law, not market or technology. (Why would anyone even think about trusting governments with their privacy?)
- This short video is a promo for DuckDuckGo. But it does a good job showing the (sometimes rather shocking) differences between DuckDuckGo searches and Google’s heavily manipulated results. Might be a very good vid to share with your less aware friends and relatives.
- Three easy ways to make your own waterproof matches.
- It’s well known that people taller than the norm have greater cancer risk. Theories have focused on growth hormones. But is it possible their cancer risk is heightened simply because they have more cells to go haywire?
- Another story of what’s behind the gifs: The Freshest. 🙂
- Per jc2k in comments: Play with Riley, gosh darn it.