Visibility of even the grain elevator Dan Lyke / comment 0
CPAP hacking Dan Lyke / comment 0
An Australian hacker has spent thousands of hours hacking the DRM that medical device manufacturers put on CPAP machines to create a free tool that lets patients modify their treatment.
Stanich's Restaurant Dan Lyke / comment 0
Some good musings on instant fame and "best of"s...
Not even close to across the valley Dan Lyke / comment 0
Sucks again Dan Lyke / comment 0
GoFundMe good deed scam Dan Lyke / comment 0
According to Coffina, McClure texted a friend less than an hour after the GoFundMe campaign launched, saying the story was "completely made up." McClure did not run out of gas on an I-95 ramp and Bobbitt did not offer his last $20 to help her. In the text exchange, McClure told her friends to "shh about the made up stuff," Coffina said.
Can't see across the valley Dan Lyke / comment 0
And it still looks ugly here Dan Lyke / comment 0
Feeling like there's been a sea change Dan Lyke / comment 0
Feeling like there's been a sea change: The number of bitcoin and 419 and phishing scams in my spam inbox is being eclipsed by the LinkedIn recruiter requests...
Today in things that could have been Dan Lyke / comment 0
Infowars customer checkout info stolen Dan Lyke / comment 0
Facebook is evil Dan Lyke / comment 0
New York Times: Delay, Deny and Deflect: How Facebook’s Leaders Fought Through Crisis. How Facebook pushed the "funded by Soros" conspiracy theories, killed sex workers with FOSTA and SESTA, pushed anti-Google and Apple stories on the NTK Network, and more.
Broadband & teen pregnancy Dan Lyke / comment 0
Melanie Guldi from the University of Central Florida and Chris Herbst from Arizona State University conclude that “at least 13% of the total decline in the teen birth rate between 1999 and 2007 can be explained by increases in high-speed internet access” in the US.
Looks like the paper is at https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s00148-016-0605-0 with an earlier version at http://ftp.iza.org/dp9076.pdf