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Reading Log - May 19, 2023 (#29)

I’ve finally started going through all my RSS feeds, so there’s a lot to this week’s log. The topics are all over the place from the IRS doing what it should have done from the beginning, to a boneheaded decision to add some new top level domains, to the US Supreme Court saving Section 230.

Reading Log - April 14, 2023 (#26)

This week a lot of details were announced about .NET 8 and C# 12. Also included is NPR leaving Twitter, Uber screwing drivers, and the power of libraries.

Reading Log - April 7, 2023 (#25)

NASA makes a big announcement about Artemis II, rumors about Apple’s USB-C iPhone, Twitter being Twitter, and more.

Reading Log - January 20, 2023 (#15)

RIP Tweetbot.

Reading Log - December 23, 2022 (#11)

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.

Reading Log - December 16, 2022 (#10)

There's no escaping the Twitter drama this week after Elon's petty hypocrisy. But outside that, we look at the celebrating the 75th birthday of the transistor, a big advancement in fusion energy, as well as a big announcement from Apple.

Reading Log - December 9, 2022 (#9)

Ignoring more Twitter drama this week to look at the FTC filing a lawsuit to stop Microsoft and more.

Reading Log - December 2, 2022 (#8)

Another quiet week. Artemis I is continuing to send back amazing pictures. LastPass had a bad week. And there's some cool CSS stuff.

Reading Log - November 11, 2022 (#5)

The Twitter drama is never ending. Microsoft has also released .NET 7 and C# 11!

October Check-In

The biggest thing to happen in the month of October was probably celebrating Lauren's and my 9 year anniversary. Other than that, it was mostly a quiet month.

Reading Log - November 4, 2022 (#4)

Elon Musk's takeover of Twitter has made for an interesting news week.

Reading Log - October 28, 2022 (#3)

Too much Musk this week.

Reading List: May 21 - May 27

I unfortunately was dealing with COVID this week, so I didn't have a lot of energy to read.

There Goes the Neighborhood...

There's been a lot of drama with Elon Musk purchasing Twitter, and overall, I don't think I'm happy with where things are likely to go on the platform.