• Reblogged Marcus Hutchins verified

    For anyone unaware, Google Chrome is currently rolling out an update that track your interests based on browsing history, then share them with 3rd party websites. The notification page makes it sound like they added a new privacy feature, but in actuality they automatically enrolled you into their tracking system and you have to go and manually opt out.

  • Reblogged Ian Betteridge

    It's long past time for Apple to stop advertising on Twitter:

  • Reblogged George Takei verified 🏳️‍🌈🖖🏽

    All these red states are now boasting about how they are withdrawing from the American Library Association. They aren’t just satisfied with banning books, they want to get rid of the places that keep and lend them, too. The Christian Right is on the march.

    Carl Sagan once warned us of the “dumbing down” of America. He warned of a time when our “critical faculties in decline, unable to distinguish between what feels good and what's true, we slide, almost without noticing, back into superstition and darkness...”

    That time is upon us. We must do all we can to prevent that darkness from taking hold.

  • Reblogged Fred Haineux @haineux

    HomePod Alarms detected that my smoke alarms were going off and Siri told me in my AirPods Pro. I ran back and discovered a forgotten jar candle had gone nuts. Roaring flames, quickly extinguished. Opening the windows cleared the smoke in a few minutes.

    Apple literally saved my apartment from burning down.

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    Fun promo for a Doctor Who Blu-ray collection featuring a reunion between Tegan and Nyssa. So good to see them again! (via @charliejane)