Monday, April 6, 2020
How Hong Kong’s Protests Turned Into a "Mad Max" Tableau

How Hong Kong’s Protests Turned Into a “Mad Max” Tableau

The turning point for police came later on Sunday afternoon, according to Cheng, when a media liaison officer’s calf was pierced by an arrow. “It was seen as a lethal...
Mark Warner Takes on Big Tech and Russian Spies

Mark Warner Takes on Big Tech and Russian Spies

In mid-November, as his House colleagues on Capitol Hill were consumed with questions about Ukraine and impeachment, Senator Mark Warner took to CNBC’s Squawk Box to discuss what he saw...
How the Dumb Design of a WWII Plane Led to the Macintosh 

How the Dumb Design of a WWII Plane Led to the Macintosh 

Along the long and winding path to a user-friendly world, Fitts and Chapanis laid the most important brick. They realized that as much as humans might learn, they would always...
Meet Cliff Stoll, the Mad Scientist Who Invented the Art of Hunting Hackers

Meet Cliff Stoll, the Mad Scientist Who Invented the Art of Hunting Hackers

When Stoll traced the hacker’s intrusions to the Department of Defense’s MILNET systems, an Alabama army base, the White Sands Missile Range, Navy shipyards, Air Force bases, NASA’s Jet Propulsion...
The Tech-Obsessed, Hyper-Experimental Restaurant of the Future

The Tech-Obsessed, Hyper-Experimental Restaurant of the Future

“His Instagram is insane. All day, every day, plus targeted ads. Every account has a point of view and a personality,” says Lyublinsky. Silva is moody and monochromatic, she notes,...

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