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One of two kits I've spotted where I'm pet sitting. They can be loud and rambunctious! Found one of them barking at a neighborhood cat by the pond this morning. The cat seemed unamused. The kits chase each other around the gardens when the rains stop. Captured a few good shots that I'm working on for later 🙂 #BloomingtonIN #adventuresinpermaculture #wildlife #foxes #kits
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Some recent [albeit anemic] web history from TheVerge. Of course, they don’t mention F*ckerberg’s DARPA bedfellows. [Research start/end dates for LifeLog and Facebook.]
It’s the same as never mentioning Bezos and his “newspaper” [WashPo] pimping the Amazon Echo, which spies on US citizens thanks to his fat contract from a certain alphabet agency. That’s easily located online.
TechHeads would fare better if they broke this silent oath to the miliplex. We’d see a more open and democratic internet. Silicon Valley doesn’t want that because war money is king, no matter who is in the White House.
Mark Zuckerberg added a hamburger button to Instagram while one of its founders was on paternity leave. He quit soon after, and now we have the full story about why