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All About Explorers is a site that Russel Tarr told me about many years ago. I was recently going through my archives to remove links to sites that no longer exist when I came across All About … more
May fly in the summer, with some presumably pretty nervous pilots Boeing's first mission carrying astronauts to the International Space Station aboard its Starliner capsule, scheduled for April, is … more
Exclusive: Analysis of global search engine traffic reveals growing interest in Ukrainian pornography since Russian invasionRussia-Ukraine war – latest news updatesUkrainian refugees are … more
Wall Street Journal: Experts say some US suppliers plan to sidestep export controls by selling tech to the unlisted subsidiaries of Inspur and other Chinese firms on the Entity List  —  … more
A federal judge has ruled in favor of a group of book publishers who sued the nonprofit Internet Archive for scanning and lending digital copies of copyrighted books in the early days of the … more
Artificial intelligence’s ChatGPT is becoming more sophisticated and polished than ever. In seconds, it will knock out essays, lyrics, poems, almost anything… But could it beat Jay Rayner at his … more
Prof Nita Farahany argues in her new book, The Battle for Your Brain, that intrusions into the mind are so close that lawmakers should enact protectionsPrivate thoughts may not be private for much … more
Macworld Websites are supposed to be an inexpensive way to grow a business. Unfortunately, it seems most hosting companies didn’t get that memo. Searching for a web host that won’t leave … more
In today’s installment of Betteridge’s law enforcement, here’s an evil USB-C dock proof-of-concept by [Lachlan Davidson] from [Aura Division]. We’ve seen malicious USB devices aplenty, from … more
Making a reservation for a special occasion has always been part of New York City's culture. If you wanted to splurge at one of the top restaurants, you had to plan well in advance. But something … more
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2023 vinyl reissues include albums by Ornette Coleman, André Previn, Phineas Newborn, Jr., Art Farmer, Leroy Vinnegar and Curtis Counce. more
Chloe Xiang / VICE: A look at the community of users who “jailbreak” GPT models to generate unfiltered content and see themselves as fighting back against OpenAI's closed policies  —  … more
A Corona man is facing jail time for his part in a group that conspired to export American war tools to Russia. more
Joe Brock / Reuters: Sources: concerned about Chinese spying, the US helped SubCom win its $600M bid for an Asia-Europe subsea cable project through incentives and investor pressure  —  … more
Taylor Lorenz / Washington Post: Hollywood and music industry insiders, actors, and others say a TikTok ban could seriously hurt their businesses and are scrambling to create contingency … more
[Machining and Microwaves] got an interesting request. The BBC asked him to duplicate the Great Seal Bug — the device the Russians used to listen covertly to the US ambassador …read more more
Nikkei Asia: Meta Quest Pro teardown: US parts account for 34% of the headset's estimated component costs, China 18%, South Korea 10%, Japan 3%, and 35% remain unidentified  —  Among the … more
Will Knight / Wired: Norway-based 1X, which is developing humanoid robots, raised a $23.5M Series A2 led by the OpenAI Startup Fund with participation from Tiger Global and others  —  … more
Erin Woo / The Information: Source: Elon Musk offers Twitter staff stock grants at a ~$20B valuation which, with a $13B debt, implies a $33B enterprise value, ~11x 2023's projected revenue  … more
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