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New TSA Policy May Lead to Increased Scrutiny of Reading Material | American Civil Liberties Union

The TSA is testing having passengers remove books from their carry-on bags in security line. [via]

President Trump’s Lies, the Definitive List - The New York Times

We wanted to put "Trump's Lies" in print. @DLeonhardt and I needed an entire page to do it. ht…[via]

Does US have right to data on overseas servers? We’re about to find out | Ars Technica

Does US have right to data on overseas servers? We’re about to find out by @dmkravets[via]

Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak Is Going Home To Russia

SCOOP from @John_Hudson: Moscow Is Finally Recalling Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak [via]

“The Beguiled”: Sofia Coppola’s Dubiously Abstract Vision of the Civil | The New Yorker

Sofia Coppola’s Civil War is itself an abstraction: [via]

Sherman Alexie Is Not The Indian You Expected

I profiled the magnificent Sherman Alexie & I think it's my favorite thing I've done all year: htt…[via]

Who could lose from state health benefit limits - Axios

NEW: Trumpcare will impose lifetime/annual limits on 20-27 million in employer plans nationwide. [via]

Waymo tells judge: Uber’s ex-CEO knew about Google files | Ars Technica

Things continue going poorly for one former Uber CEO [via]

Obama’s secret struggle to retaliate against Putin’s election interference - Washington Post

The CIA captured Putin’s specific instructions – defeat Clinton and help elect Trump https://t.…[via]

New creationist book features gladiator match between Noah and a tyrannosaurus rex

Creationism is cool as shit. [via]

I’m one of the 3 women who went on the record to expose Justin’s sexual harassment.

“I’m one of the 3 women who went on the record to expose Justin’s sexual harassment.” — Niniane Wang …[via]

Australia advocates weakening strong crypto at upcoming “Five Eyes” meeting | Ars Technica

Australia advocates weakening strong crypto at upcoming “Five Eyes” meeting by @cfarivar[via]

Immoral or Merciful? Canadian Doctors Divided on Medically Assisted Death

Doctors are slowly coming to terms with Canadians' new right to die in cases where death is “reasonably foreseeable” [via]

Roxane Gay on the Final Frontier: Acceptance for Every Female Body

On "exposing the unreasonable standards to which women are held, by society and by each other" @rgay @ELLEmagazine [via]

The Greatest Generation is Going on Tour! | Maximum Fun

Hey look at these great tour dates! There are still some tickets left! #GreatestGen …[via]

On The Shortness of Life: An Introduction to Seneca | The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss

On The Shortness of Life: An Introduction to Seneca [via]

How to datamosh videos | Datamoshing

the way these videos are generated is SUPER COOL [via]

25 Microchips That Shook the World - IEEE Spectrum

Microchips That Shook the World [via]

A black off-duty cop tried to help stop a crime. Another officer shot him. - The Washington Post

A black off-duty cop tried to help stop a crime. Another officer shot him. [via]

The Senate health care bill literally omits women and mothers, except to talk about abortion or work requirements — Quartz

The word “women” literally never appears in the US Senate’s 142-page health-care bill [via]

TSA considers forcing airline passengers to remove books from carry-ons | TheHill

New policy would allow TSA to remove books from carry-ons and flip through them: [via]

BBC - Future - The secret to a long and healthy life? Eat less

The secret to a long and healthy life? Eat less [via]

Which Internet Influencers Use Ghostwriters? - Ghostwriting Secrets of Internet Influencers

📱 "How can you sell authenticity and relatability when someone else writes your content?" (@marieclaire)[via]

Gabriel García Márquez on the Solitude of Writers and Dictators

Gabriel García Márquez on the solitude of writers and dictators: "It has a lot to do with t… [via]

[WARNING] Intel Skylake/Kaby Lake processors: broken hyper-threading

Intel Skylake/Kaby Lake processors: broken hyper-threading [via]

Shared thoughts after 6+ years in Pentesting - Inspiration - 0x00sec - The Home of the Hacker

Shared thoughts after 6+ years in Pentesting [via]

Texas Is Too Windy and Sunny for Old Energy Companies to Make Money - Bloomberg

Texas Is Too Windy and Sunny for Old Energy Companies to Make Money [via]

SpaceX successfully launches and recovers second Falcon 9 in 48 hours | TechCrunch

SpaceX successfully launches and recovers second Falcon 9 in 48 hours [via]

Literate SQL using the WITH clause

Literate SQL [via]

Streaming Combinators and Extracting Flat Parallelism | Futhark - A High Performance Functional Array Language

Extracting Flat GPU Parallelism from Futhark, a Purely Functional Array Language [via]

A Look Inside The Abandoned Essex Street Market, Where Hanksy Is Hosting A Weekend Art Show: Gothamist

A Look Inside The Doomed Essex Street Market, Where @HanksyNYC Is Hosting A Weekend Art Show https:/…[via]

Trump Indicates Tweet on Tapes Was Meant to Affect Comey Testimony - NYTimes.com

Trump Indicates Tape Tweet Was Meant to Affect Comey Testimony via @maggieNYT [via]

Hine

A Study of 4chan’s Politically Incorrect Forum and Its Effects on the Web [pdf] [via]

Who Americans spend their time with

Who Americans spend their time with [via]

A Heart That Watches and Receives

My maddening dependency on the news has affected my sleep, my disposition, my ability to focus, & probably my sanity [via]

The Hangover Drink - Product Hunt

Here’s the post: [via]

https://getpocket.com/s/MKWZE

💡"Every major organization in the world will have to have a strategy for how to use this technology" (@WIRED)[via]

NEW YORK 1911 | MoMA

Film footage of New York in 1911 reminds us that change happens both faster and more slowly. via @BenedictEvans [via]

Robert Caro on Understanding a President Through the Rooms He Occupied

Robert Caro: "I thought I was accomplishing my purpose, which was to explain political power to my readers." [via]

Desperately Seeking Daniel Day-Lewis

"Daniel Day-Lewis embodied Acting with a capital A, embracing all of its finicky pretense." @heroinebook #longreads [via]

In the AI Age, “Being Smart” Will Mean Something Completely Different

⚡️ "The new smart will be determined not by what or how you know but by the quality of your thinking" (@HarvardBiz)[via]

The latest class of Knight Prototype projects will tackle trust, media literacy, and yes, fake news » Nieman Journalism Lab

Check out the latest class of Knight Prototype projects as they prepare to tackle trust, media literacy, fake news [via]

Heaps legit links

Turn any link into a suspicious-looking one [via]

How Norwegian Air Upended Travel With Its Insanely Cheap Flights

How Norwegian Air Upended Travel With Its Cheap Flights [via]

https://getpocket.com/s/MK7Tj

⚡️ "People should be committed to amplifying one another" (@Firstround)[via]

Verizon shows Yahoo News Digest, a finite news app, the door » Nieman Journalism Lab

Is there a future for finite news, or are we doomed to the endless scroll? [via]

In Towns Already Hit by Factory Closings, a New Casualty: Retail Jobs - The New York Times

In Towns Already Hit by Factory Closings, a New Casualty: Retail Jobs [via]

Everything I hate about Justin Caldbeck’s statement

Everything I hate about Justin Caldbeck’s statement [via]

In West Oakland, hackers are racing DIY autonomous cars

Great story on the rise of @DIYRobocars community and autonomous car race/hack days via @mercnews[via]

Follow the Oil Trail and You’ll Find the Girls

Atrocities that befall Indigenous people—women and girls especially—occur without national attention. @VanishedWomen [via]

Below Deck: A Dickensian Horror Story

Filipinos make up nearly a third of cruise ship workers. It’s a good job. Until it isn’t. @lizziepresser @CalSunday [via]

The Skateboarding Legend Brian Anderson on Coming Out as Gay | The New Yorker - YouTube

The first openly gay athlete to have signature shoe [via]

Common Errors in College Math

Common Errors in Undergraduate Mathematics [via]

Rebecca Solnit: The Loneliness of Donald Trump | Literary Hub

"The public itself refused to be cowed and mocks him earnestly at every turn." —Rebecca Solnit @lithub #longreads [via]

A Mother’s Death, a Botched Inquiry and a Sheriff at War - The New York Times

The outsize powers of a small-town sheriff were on full display, sweeping up nearly everyone in their path [via]

The New Yorker - SecureDrop

Do you have a tip for us that requires anonymity and security? Send it via SecureDrop: https://t.co/…[via]

Heaps legit links

Make a URL look really dodgy, a la [via]

400 Bad Request

On Starting a Software Business [via]

Japan, Short on Babies, Reaches a Worrisome Milestone - The New York Times

Japan, Short on Babies, Reaches a Worrisome Milestone [via]

Do you trust the news, or do you trust your news? In the U.S., there’s a huge gap between the two » Nieman Journalism Lab

Do you trust the news, or do you trust your news? In the U.S., there’s a huge gap between the two [via]

Web Starter Kit  |  Web  |  Google Developers

Web Starter Kit [via]

AWS Security Primer | cloudonaut

AWS Security Primer [via]

Wikimedia Foundation v. NSA: Why we’re here and where we’re going – Wikimedia Blog

Wikimedia Foundation v. NSA: What Now? [via]

404. Page Not Found - Bloomberg

Incredible Bloomberg para about the the wave of millennial political leaders taking power: https://t.c…[via]