Social networks are so influential that a seemingly-harmless action taken by you might adversely affect the destiny of another.
Be very careful.
The Civil Rights Act of 1964 also prohibits the “printing or publication of notices or advertisements indicating prohibited preference, limitation, specification or discrimination” in employment recruitment.
If you aren’t using two-factor authentication yet, you’re way behind and leaving your accounts vulnerable to hackers and phishers. How safe do you actually feel when a password is the only thing standing between a stranger and your bank account? Not too safe, I hope.
America’s largest and most secretive intelligence agency had been deeply infiltrated.
HTML Idea: <input type="country"> which would become a searchable dropdown with all countries and their flags.
Wouldn't that be awesome?
— Lea Verou (@LeaVerou) October 21, 2017
Recently, Lea Verou asked an important question about whether HTML should have a standardised way of letting users select a country from a list.
Feel like helping people but don’t have the time, money, or energy? Well, there’s an app for that. Or rather, there are several. From something as simple as opening a tab to playing some games, here’s how to help.
In April of 2017, SUP took things one step further. They released a new terms of service that classified any blog that gets over 3,000 viewers a day as a media outlet, subject to censorship and prosecution.
Climeworks and Reykjavik Energy have started running the first power plant confirmed to produce “negative emissions” — that is, it’s removing more CO2 than it puts out. The geothermal station in Hellsheidi, Iceland is using a Climeworks module and the plant’s own heat to snatch CO2 directly from the air via filters, bind it to water and send it underground where it will mineralize into harmless carbonates.