UPDATE, 3/27, 10:12 AM: The Intercept published a major correction to its report on Monday which claimed that the Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency was using private Facebook data to track immigrants. The site said that, because of editing errors, it had incorrectly asserted that ICE had used Facebook to…
A New York Times report published on Sunday found that in at least 25 cases dating back to January 2015, “judges or prosecutors determined that a key aspect of a New York City police officer’s testimony was probably untrue,” and the city has done essentially nothing to stop it or even let people know it’s happening.
Yesterday Uber, a company launched under the premise that every under-employed American’s car could transform into a lucrative side-gig, announced Uber Health. The service is nearly identical to Uber, in that it pairs drivers making $3.37 an hour with people who need a ride. It differs in that those riders are the…
Bitcoin is cratering. Experts are calling it the “mother of all bubbles.” But here’s what all the “nay sayers” don’t understand: the crypto brotherhood shall never die.
The recent trajectory of tech site Mashable has put it at the forefront of some of the worst trends reshaping digital media.
Bitcoin, an imaginary kind of computer money made up by a mystery man, is a valuable financial asset. It is being traded daily by educated professionals, based upon rational financial calculations, so you may rest easy knowing that its value is safe, just, please, DON’T READ THE NEWS, EVER.
Bitcoin is a fake and made-up scam. Can you articulate what it is? “Bullshit jargon that means nothing”-you. Hell no. All we can say for sure about this imaginary “coin” is that it is going to cost you a bundle (sucker).
James Damore, the guy best known for being fired from Google after his anti-diversity screed went viral, is back with an even better thought experiment for us small-minded mortals to ponder: Nazis, definitely bad, but at least kind of cool?
You may or may not turn to Splinternews.com for investment advice, and frankly I could not care less. I offer you a pearl of wisdom and you may do with it what you wish: All these imaginary “digital currencies” are just made up fake things.
We live in a world that’s increasingly being shaped by complex algorithms and interactive artificial intelligence assistants who help us plot out our days and get from point A to point B.