This week’s au courant links:
- DETEKT: finding government spyware on your laptop/PC (what to do if infected.)
- On passwords.
- Crossy Road (WARNING – addictive as hell.)
- All Tweets since 2006 offered up.
- The cheap blood test pioneered by Elizabeth Holmes becomes a reality.
- Personal exercise data (via Fitbit) now used against you.
- Lego meth lab (even at $500 it’s already sold out.)
- Apparently low-dose aspirin has limited life-saving capabilities.
- One last comprehensive look at the mid-terms.
- Borges on God.
And finally, grandma’s smoking weed for the first time:
BONUS VID: Ursula Le Guin accepting a special 2014 National Book award: