Two weeks ago I received my second dose of the Pfizer vaccine against COVID19. Which means unless I'm extremely unlucky I'll have successfully survived the first pandemic of the twenty-first century Physiologically at least.
In 2018, the time of pretending we’re not influenced by social media’s algorithms is finished.
This is the story of a Lego lighthouse keeper who loves his wife, and wanted to write the world's best Christmas Rap album.
This month I read more non-fiction: by Nicole Perlroth. Throughout the entire tale, from the first critical vulnerability all the way to the offensive cyber strikes by nation states and their impact on my life all I could think about is how would Napoleon have dealt with the Austrian army exploiting a chain of 0-day exploits in order to silently offset the navigation of his calvary in order to prevent a French victory on the battlefield.
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