Raising Dion spoiler
The whole season I was like "Pat is *not* a good actor" but at the end I was like "nooo it's that he's a good actor playing a messed up disturbing dude!!"
I've liked Christopher Nolan's movies, but I can't imagine giving him money after he insisted on releasing Tenet in theaters when it was unsafe to do so. The loss of hundreds of thousands of American lives is due to people with just that kind of thinking. No cool movie is worth that cost.
Signal played Facebook at their own game. They bought Instagram ads to show to people the type of info Facebook collects using the platform’s own ad tools.
Facebook didn’t like #signal was doing this and suspended their account 😂
Read about it here:
> If we do care about privacy as a collective value, then it cannot be an
individual burden. Right now, privacy is essentially a luxury good. If you can
afford not to use coupons, you don’t have to let retailers track your shopping
habits with loyalty points. If you’re technically savvy, you don’t have to let
Gmail see all your emails. Not only does that make access to privacy incredibly
inequitable, it also affects our collective understanding of what is a “normal”
Forked @metabolist's Metatext iOS client to make a copy change, then found that they already had it as a setting.
You know the one.
Basecamp lost one third of their employees: https://www.theverge.com/2021/4/30/22412714/basecamp-employees-memo-policy-hansson-fried-controversy
That escalated quicklyyyyyy!
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