@GlenCasada What do you mean you don’t tolerate this behavior? You paid him a $200k salary knowing full well his behavior since he routinely texted you about it and you even asked if you can touch? It’s disgusting, you knew, and you should resign now. #ResignCasada
I’ve never seen a politician release an “action plan” before. But @GlenCasada thinks this is the best way forward after he sent sexually explicit texts to his former Chief of Staff. Also, he’s not resigning. pic.twitter.com/kBF6DdWprg
For the moment, CNN’s headline is about grad student Katie Bouman who helped accomplish something extraordinary because she’s really brilliant. The world’s pretty messed up, but for its great to see smart people get famous for awesome things.
[Addendum: Dr. Bouman gave a TedX Talk a couple of years ago on how a computer scientist such as herself ended up working on a globe-spanning astrophysics project and how the her imaging algorithm would eventually help make the image possible.]
We cannot build a backdoor that only works for a particular type of government, or only in the presence of a particular court order.
This is the person that coined the phrase “security theater” and he isn’t in the habit of making up unlikely stories to scare us. He is, however, very good at understanding real risks to security for people, businesses, and countries.
I reached 10,000 miles on my Nissan LEAF this past Sunday evening. It’s probably a lot less than normal driving for about 22 months, but just goes to show that an ev is a perfect fit for me. I just don’t really drive that far.
Hit 10,000 miles in my LEAF while driving to pick up Chipotle, which was a highly likely circumstance knowing our family.
I’m currently reading The Mote in God’s Eye and I really enjoyed this image of an engineer by SebasP. The book describes the first engineer as being like a cartoon with a permanent smile. This seems perfect.