Category Archives: Technology
Tiger Beat on the Potomac (Thanks Charlie!) tells us that Deadbeat Donald has not mastered the fine art of email: Data from email tracking firm Return Path shows 60 percent of Trump’s fundraising emails were kicked into recipients’ spam folders, … Continue reading
I’m not sure if this is creepy or just inevitable. One data mining company, Dstillery, used its intelligence-collection capabilities at the Iowa caucuses last week. Here’s what they learned by correlating the locations of phones: Caucusgoers [sic] who were expecting … Continue reading
Remember, what Google (and Facebook) are really selling is YOU: Google will soon let advertisers tap into one of the most lucrative types of ad targeting: email addresses. The search giant is rolling out a new tool called Customer Match, … Continue reading
'I've been a very bad girl,' she said, biting her lip. 'I need to be punished.' 'Very well,' he said and installed Windows 10 on her laptop. — 50 Nerds of Grey (@50NerdsofGrey) September 7, 2015
The Hill tells us: “The Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command (SPAWAR) will pay Microsoft $9,149,000 through the contract, which was approved earlier this month. It could eventually grow to be as large as $30,842,980 by 2017. “The funds will … Continue reading
I don’t write about Tech very often, because working in Tech makes writing about tech dreary. Today’s Keynote presentation at Apple’s WWDC stands out and breaks my embargo for a simple reason: Today Apple put women on stage. And not … Continue reading
It’s not as funny as Alaskastan’s Ted Stevens’ A Series of Tubes… …but it is just as out of touch with reality.
Free-range conspiracy theorist Glenn Beck tells us that if Net Neutrality is preserved that Apple and Microsoft will move out of the country. I suppose now we must add computer punditry to his MPS Honorific.
Imagine how cool it would be if Dude got a video of the humpback whale that is right next to him. You know, instead of texting, “S’up?” to his bros.
“I don’t see Christ’s redemption limited to human beings,” Providence Presbyterian Church Associate Pastor Dr. Christopher Benek insisted. “If [artificial intelligence] is autonomous, then we should encourage it to participate in Christ’s redemptive purposes in the world.” Benek was already … Continue reading