Tech don’t care; more unintended consequences; FTC, DOJ mull tech antitrust; blitzup bop; Hyperloop, scaled down; Apple news; iTunes is dead, finally; YouTube’s pedophilia algorithm is a feature, not a problem; Deadwood wrap-up; Good Omens; Britpop; Factfulness; feedback loop.
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CRISPR Baby Mutation Linked to Higher Risk of Early Death
IN THE NEWS
FTC Gets Jurisdiction for Possible Facebook Antitrust Probe
U.S. moving toward major antitrust probe of Amazon, Apple, Facebook, and Google
Workers Came Up With a Brilliant Plan to Use Postmates’ Exploitative Platform Against Itself
The Hyperloop Has Taken a Detour
BBM Shuts Down Today Due To Lack Of Users
The iPad is getting its own OS
Apple’s new Sidecar feature is great for users, but third-parties take a hit
Apple will soon require apps with any third-party logins to offer Sign In With Apple also
Apple announces separate Music, Podcast and TV apps for Mac
Maxed out Mac Pro with Pro Display XDR could reach $50,000, estimate suggests
On YouTube’s Digital Playground, an Open Gate for Pedophiles
The Gorgeous First Trailer for Ron Moore’s For All Mankind Teases a Space Race That Doesn’t End on the Moon
Third and final season of ‘Jessica Jones,’ Marvel’s last Netflix series, arrives June 14th
Always Be My Maybe
Silicon Valley Will Close Up Shop After Season 6
Britpop Revival Show
Sleeper – The Modern Age
The Cure perform Disintegration | Full Set | Sydney Opera House
The Creative Life of Jim Henson Explored in a Six-Part Documentary Series
AT THE LIBRARY
Factfulness: Ten Reasons We’re Wrong About the World–and Why Things Are Better Than You Think by Hans Rosling et al
New Report Suggests ‘High Likelihood of Human Civilization Coming to an End’ in 2050
Fall, or Dodge in Hell
Silent Mode Timer
Amazon defends UK role as ‘clicks and mortar’ pop-ups launch
Swedish Startup to Bring Pogo Sticks to S.F. as E-Scooter Alternative
Truck full of scooters catches fire in downtown Austin
DIY Facial Recognition for Porn Is a Dystopian Disaster
Seaside Heights Photographer Fights Facebook For Her Video Rights
Apple Is Selling Your iTunes Listening Data Despite Its Privacy Claims, a Lawsuit Alleges
Christopher Lochhead’s Follow Your Different Podcast with Max Temkin