Another pointed exchange took place when Sen. Richard J. Durbin (D-Ill.) asked Zuckerberg what hotel he stayed at Monday night and the names of anyone he messaged this week. Zuckerberg, appearing amused by the question, declined to answer.
The silence speaks volumes.
Is there some sane rationale for disallowing a user’s ability to paste text into Web forms? I’m genuinely curious.
We drove down the coast today. It’s a nice way to hit the reset button before a new work week.
I’m trying to force myself to relax more these days, but the act of forcing myself isn’t very relaxing.
How many human-hours per day do you suppose are lost in workers staring at Slack while their co-workers are typing replies?
Security & privacy are best viewed as a counterbalance to convenience. Sometimes it’s quite easy to hold to an absolutist ideal that makes your life unnecessarily harder.
Out on Cañada Road.
Whenever I encounter a site that still requires users to supply answers to “security” questions, I just want to tap the parties responsible on the nose with a newspaper and say “Bad parties responsible! Bad!”