Thursday, August 17, 2017

Everybody Chill: Robots Won’t Take All Our Jobs

Everyone thinks automation will take all our jobs. The evidence disagrees.

Via:: Wired News


The oddest place I lost my phone

Jefferson Graham talks to consumers about the weirdest place they ever left their smartphone, on #TalkingTech

Via:: USA Today Tech News


Donald Trump’s Charlottesville Press Conference Has Roots in Fox News and Twitter

Nothing Donald Trump said Tuesday about Charlottesville hadn’t already been said on conservative media, or by the Twitter figures he follows.

Via:: Wired News


New Media and the Messy Nature of Reporting on the Alt-Right

The press is grappling with a conundrum: how much coverage of the so-called alt-right is too much coverage?

Via:: Wired News


Neo-Nazi website The Daily Stormer retreats to Dark Web

The site can only be accessed by using an anonymizing browser such as Tor

Via:: USA Today Tech News


Uber Settles with FTC Again, This Time over 2014 Privacy Breach

Agreement is ride-hailing company’s second FTC settlement this year.

Via:: Wired News


See an astronaut wash her hair in space aboard the ISS

Washing your hair aboard the International Space Station is a bit more complicated than on Earth. Astronauts use no-rinse shampoo and quickly the catch water droplets that could float away. Astronaut Karen Nyburg explains the step-by-step process.

Via:: USA Today Tech News


Ford’s GT ’67 Heritage Is Yet Another Tribute to Its 1960s Racing Dominance

Time for another victory lap.

Via:: Wired News


Amazon promises college students two-minute orders

Aimed at students, Amazon said it now will offers convenience store-like impulse items available for order online but pickup at select locations.

Via:: USA Today Tech News


Trump says CEOs leaving manufacturing council 'not taking their jobs seriously'

So far, five business leaders have quit Trump’s manufacturing advisory council over his response to the violence in Charlottesville, Va.

Via:: USA Today Tech News

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