Sunrise in the neighborhood. #sandiego
“It was a faustian bargain—and it certainly made editors at National Public Radio squirm. The deal was this: NPR, along with a select group of media outlets, would get a briefing about an upcoming announcement by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration a day before anyone else.”
“CNBC reported late last week that Google and Salesforce were interesting in buying Twitter. TechCrunch followed that up with its own report that the list of potential buyers included Microsoft and Verizon. The latest company to be mentioned as a potential suitor is Disney.”
“Washington (CNN)The White House is investigating the apparent hack of an email account belonging to a low-level contractor that purportedly contained a scan of Michelle Obama’s passport and information about vice presidential travel.”
“This is nothing to say “Yahoo” about. Yahoo is reportedly set to confirm a widespread hack that first came to light last month when a notorious hacker claimed to have information from as many as 200 million Yahoo account users.”
There is a bug in Google Keep for iOS that can cause it to constantly crash. The problem has to do with certain notes within Keep. To fix it do the following:
- Delete Google Keep from your iOS device
- Go to Google Keep in your browser on you laptop https://keep.google.com/
- Click the Main Menu by clicking the 3 horizontal lines at the top right (aka the Hamburger Menu)
- Scroll down and click Settings
- UNCHECK “Display rich link previews”
Now go to the app store on your device and download Google Keep again and give it a try
This fixed it for me. You may not have to delete Keep from your device but I think it makes all this work cleaner because it will re-download all your notes when you reinstall and log in.
“Jide Technology released its own Marshmallow-based Android app emulator for Windows (7 and newer). This marks another step in the company’s strategy to become a more popular desktop environment for users in any way possible.”
“The EU Commission just proposed some of the worst copyright laws in the world. These include unprecedented new Link Tax powers for publishing giants, allowing them to charge fees for sharing links with snippets of text.” Like this one.
reposted Stop the link tax