This week’s au courant links:
- Introducing WikiTribune.
- Senate staffers have a picture of a smart chip on their ids, not an actual smart chip.
- 3-D printer that might finally change manufacturing.
- Verizon’s $70 gB plan…that costs waaaaay more than $70. Though it’s not ready yet…
- Star Wars pr0n: set photos from The Last Jedi.
- ex-Cigna exec comes clean; the insurance industry is a racket out to fleece us. 1
- Oregon: No math criticism without a license! 2
- India moving back to cast iron and earthen cookware; coming soon to India Mart.
- Orleans Parish DAs using fake subpoenas…cause it’s in the Constitution or sumthin. 3
- Guac on that burrito?
And finally, in the early days of our monarchy, hot to get ahead at court:
- Doh! ↩
- My first time in Oregon a 7-11 attendant came running out of the store to keep me from pumping my own gas – it was against some weird witch-law or sumthin. On the other hand, I was free to build and fly an ultralight without a license. Cause…FREEDOMS! ↩
- Okay…no, it’s not. You totally caught us! ↩