How secure are the National Security Agency spy lines? | ZDNet
the understatement: Pandora Paid Over $1,300 for 1 Million Plays, Not $16.89 -
David Lowery’s “My Song Got Played On Pandora 1 Million Times and All I Got Was $16.89" article has been picked up over and over and over, including by very respectable folks, often without comment.
AdBlock Plus lets some advertisers pay to play -
The hugely popular browser extension charges a fee from big advertisers such as Google to let some ads go through
Thanks for nothing, college! -
The studies extolling college’s virtues are outdated and misguided. Here’s what’s really happening to Millennials
Meet the “Journalists Against Journalism” club! -
The clique of media figures outraged when news outlets challenge power has a new member: Washington Post higher-ups
The Post is dead. Long live the Post.
Has the U.S. Reached Peak Car? « naked capitalism
The GOPâs Future: Move Right and Move White -
On immigration, the GOP is ignoring business leaders and listening to radicals, says Michael Tomasky.
Put The Daily Beast in the “Texas is going to go blue” camp. Strange things are afoot…
Dark Money Group Spent on House Race, Then Told IRS It Didn’t -
A Better America Now had spent money on mailers linking a congressional candidate to
The problem with lettering the IRS regulate political organizations.
What's Wrong with Technological Fixes? | Boston Review -
"Morozov characterizes this impulse to fix everything as ‘solutionism,’ and offers two broad challenges to the solutionist sensibility. First, solutionists often turn public problems into more bite-sized private ones. … Second, solutionists overlook the positive value in the ‘vices’ they seek to ‘cure."
This Is How You Respond to an Unjust Cease and Desist Letter -
When retainer attorneys employed by Big Deals send out scary cease and desist letters to nobodies on behalf of their Super Important clients, it’s typically a pro forma matter.