Thoughts on some interesting stories from the past week, including Android Q to be named “Android 10” (no more dessert names), plus Art Spiegelman and Marvel.
Recently, the old “video games cause violence” argument has been trotted out in the wake of another mass shooting. I point out why this argument’s false.
I take a look at who are the most popular political leaders on Twitter, as well as some US political leader aspects.
I take a look at the top tweets and other figures for Twitter in 2018, from “Black Panther” and the World Cup to tweets by former president Barack Obama.
“Donald” has made SplashData’s list of the 25 worst passwords of 2018. Here’s more reminders of what not to do for creating and using passwords.
Donald Trump’s repeatedly stated the FCC should revoke NBC and CNN’s licenses. But what does it take for a broadcast TV station to lose its license?
The Trump administration-controlled FCC plans to repeal net neutrality rules in a vote soon. I look at why that’s bad news for anyone not a telco/ISP.
What are the advantages of PBS in the era of streaming services and impending federal budget cuts? Plenty, even for single Detroit mothers.
For once, some good came of Donald Trump’s Twitter ranting: sales of John Lewis’ “March” graphic novels shot to the top of Amazon’s best-seller list.
A recent Reuters survey shows only 33% of Americans have trust in news most of the time. How does this compare to those in other nations?