- Neighbors treated to socially isolated buildingside screening: Scott Duggan treated his terrace to "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes."
- Philips quadruples ventilator costs: They reneged on their HHS deal and will get $646.7m for their trouble.
- Kansas GOP nukes ban on large Easter gatherings: What's wrong with Kansas?
- Kickpunch's Disney comics/horror movie mashups: Daniel Björk's terrifying poster children for fair use.
- Plastic-eating enzyme: Leaf-branch compost cutinase to the rescue.
- Cold brew coffee chemistry: Making the black stuff reproducible.
- Tails adds Secureboot support: Evil chambermaids, beware!
- Crisis makes heroes of IT workers: When Sysadmins Ruled the Earth.
- Automating fake PDF signatures: Make it look like you printed, signed and scanned.
- Pocket Art Director: Your high-handed boss in D20 form.
- This day in history: 2019
- Colophon: Recent publications, upcoming appearances, current writing projects, current reading
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- Masque of the Red Death: Macmillan Audio gave me permission to share the audiobook of my end-of-the-world novella.
- When Sysadmins Ruled the Earth: A new podcast audiobook of my 2005 end-of-the-world story.
- Ada Palmer on historical and modern censorship: Part of EFF's Speaking Freely project.
- Glitch workers unionize: First-ever tech union formed without management opposition.
- Women of Imagineering: A 384-page illustrated chronicle of the role women play in Disney theme-park design.
- Tachyon celebrates 30 years of sff publishing with a Humble Bundle: DRM-free and benefits EFF.
- Honest Government Ads, Covid-19 edition: Political satire is really hard, but The Juice makes it look easy.
- TSA lifts liquid bans, telcos lift data caps: Almost as though there was no reason for them in the first place.
- CBC postpones Canada Reads debates: But you can read a ton of the nominated books online for free.
- Star Wars firepits: 750lbs of flaming backyard steel.
- This day in history: 2005, 2015, 2019
- Colophon: Recent publications, current writing projects, upcoming appearances, current reading
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