This week I read about Firefox improving users’ privacy by default, why the GOP and conservatives are wrong about “censorship” on social media, nuclear energy, and a weird bit of tax policy.
This week I read about a spouse’s experience with the aftermath of an NFL career, Apple at least partially embracing the right-to-repair, and the benefits of code deletion.
This week I read about changes in the US Navy, another nuclear accident in Russia, a prank gone wrong, and more.
Lately, I’ve been making steady progress on my side project, which I’m currently calling Digital Family Cookbook. I’m making it as a content management system for cooking recipes. As I’ve mentioned previously, I’m writing it using Node.js, React, & GraphQL. It’s been quite a learning curve, but I’m definitely glad I’ve been working on it. The tools are pretty cool and easy-ish to use once you get used to the syntax and some of the idiosyncrasies of React and JSX.
I’ve decided to start this back up. Some interesting thoughts about making the data social media has on us transferrable, DIY Phone Farms, and a new software development podcast I’ve found.
At the beginning of July, I decided to change up my gym routine. I had been running a variation of the P.H.U.L. routine, but decided I wanted to try something a little more intense since I felt like I was plateauing with both deadlifts and bench press.
Two and a half months in, I figured I’d reflect on where things stand with regards towards working towards the goals I set for myself.
Not too long this week. We look at the anti-vaccine movement, a new drug treatment for depression, Facebook’s “supposed” change, and a neat proof of concept for spying.