A little light this week. Identity thieves targeted a credit reporting agency, a look at the podcasting market, and more.
While I didn't quite hit my 2022 goal of 30 books, I did manage to read 20 books.
A scary moment in the NFL Monday night. Also lots of podcasts this week.
Well, 2022 is now over and done with, and I don't feel like much has changed.
December was a quiet month, but I feel like I spent the better part of it dealing with colds.
Mastodon is making some in-roads, Apple is considering opening up a bit on iOS and LastPass is in some trouble.
I recently re-watched Star Trek Generations and I really feel like it's an underrated Star Trek film. Beware, there are spoilers ahead, so don't say I didn't warn you.
I was recently listening to the No Dogma Podcast and they had Jared Parsons, the C# Compiler Lead at Microsoft on. He said something that got stuck in my head.
NASA's InSight probe has seemingly sent its last signal back to Earth. Some questionable security from iRobot, and a little bit of Twitter drama makes up some of this week's reading.