Politics

wnylibrarian's picture

The Summer Of Our Discontent

It's been an eventful six months. With Dad passing away in January, and my car accident at the end of April, there seems to be a constant flux of emotions and activity that floats in what appears as an endless sea of unrest. Those are just personal notes -- I haven't even touched on the world events. Ukraine, Russia, and the unimaginable gun violence that continues to erode our society as an inoperable tumor. The thing about that last one is that surgery is possible to remove the tumor, but there are those that refuse to green light the operation.
 
wnylibrarian's picture

Rules Of Engagement

Hello Interwebs,

 

wnylibrarian's picture

It Doesn't Have To Be Sophisticated To Be Good

The genius was in the simplicity: (via CNet) How US cybersleuths decided Russia hacked the DNC / https://www.cnet.com/news/how-experts-decided-russia-hacked-dnc-election/

wnylibrarian's picture

Who was that masked man?

Catching up on some new stories:

Who was that masked man? (via PCW) Twitter sues the U.S. government for demanding it unmask critical 'alt' account / http://www.pcworld.com/article/3188287/internet/twitter-sues-the-us-government-for-demanding-it-unmask-an-alt-account.html

More on the Twitter Lawsuit:

Subscribe to RSS - Politics