October 2021

Saturday, 30 October 2021

October 26, 2021

Heather Cox Richardson: “[Eastman’s] plan to overturn the election barely failed. The 33 new election laws in 19 states will not fail. They are designed to replace the idea of democracy with a hierarchy in which a minority will determine our fate. If it seems odd that a group of people who claim to be trying to ‘Make America Great Again’ are taking their cues from a central European country of about 10 million people, it is worth noting that they are not simply talking about Critical Race Theory or Texas’s so-called heartbeat bill.”


Wednesday, 13 October 2021

We Accidentally Solved the Flu. Now What?

Jacob Stern: “‘There’s a real culture … that if you’re not on your deathbed or you’re not going to the hospital, that you’re fine to go to work,’ Rasmussen told me. ‘If you’re sick, you should stay home. It seems like a no-brainer, but people are actually really resistant to that.’”


Sunday, 3 October 2021

Many are searching for vaccine mandate loopholes. These are the people trying to stop them.

Ashley Fetters Maloy: “I haven’t heard anybody call me back and say, ‘Yeah, I got out of it.’ Or ‘I decided to quit’”


The Relevance of Classic Fuzz Testing

Greg Wilson: “Tools written in a more modern language (Rust) were no more reliable than those written in C.”