Last week a bombshell of a story from New York Times contributor Jody Rosen revealed that a 2008 media storage vault fire on the Universal Studios Hollywood lot resulted in well over 100,000 music master
Normally I take the train to work. Not yesterday. I worked from home. Taking the train would have been much too risky. After all, a stranger might have tried to talk to me. It’s all the BBC’s fault. In
When Apple first launched iPadOS at its developer's conference earlier this month, the overwhelming consensus seemed to be that the iPad was finally getting the operating system it deserved. The iPad in
There are many ways to assess intelligence. This one's entertaining. Absurdly Driven looks at the world of business with a skeptical eye and a firmly rooted tongue in cheek. Some people, including those
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Update, March 4, 2019 (7:38PM EST): Business Insider (via The Verge) reports that Google has declined a request by U.S. lawmakers to remove the Saudi Arabian government app Absher from the Google Play