This week’s au courant links:
- Lil’ Donnie will never visit UK at this rate.
- Mueller’s 17 prosecutors – they’re not all working the obstruction charges.
- Pixel art TV tributes.
- When telegraph poles were equipped with nuke alerts.
- Trump has cost the US $4.6B and 40,000 jobs in lost tourism.
- Ponzicoin: The obvious joke/scam people insist in on investing.
- A REMINDER: Bitcoin isn’t that anonymous.
- Financial Times web site 404 is fun.
- After 16 years and untold billions the F-35 is still a failure.
- Cops ticket car made of snow.
- Bros “fighting back”: Blockchain sex contracts.
- FCC’s net neutrality comment process was fatally flawed. 1
- The Twilight Zone on stage in London.
- An unabashed plug for FilmStruck; we’ve been a subscriber forever…
- Book Review: Strange Stars.
- D & D in prison.
- The NYPD’s real “Get Out of Jail Free” cards.
- Global CO2 Rise: Facts, Exxon and Favorite Denial Tricks.
And once again the torture never stops:
WATCH: I spoke to the Dutch journalist @eelcobvr who broke the news that Dutch intel spied on Russian “Cozy Bear” hackers and warned the U.S. government. Here’s Eelco Bosch van Rosenthal from CNN affiliate NOS: https://t.co/9texznwavG
— Robyn Curnow (@RobynCurnowCNN) January 26, 2018