772,904,991 million unique email addresses and over 21 million unique passwords were recently posted to a public forum, the largest breach to become public. It's second only to Yahoo’s incidents which affected one and three billion users, respectively. https://t.co/FnQt5BWLqK
"Either the president is compromised by the Russian government—or Trump will go down in history as the world’s most famous 'useful idiot,' as communists used to call those who could be co-opted to the cause without realizing it." https://t.co/g95DlQ0CdG
Gillette’s new ad plays on the feeling that men right now want to be better, but don’t necessarily know how—but the ad campaign itself is a sign that mainstream ideas of masculinity are evolving. https://t.co/97fYwRUtEl
Researchers detailed how they married paleontology, biomechanics, computer simulations, live animal demonstrations, and an Orobates robot to determine that the ancient critter probably walked in a more advanced way than was previously believed possible. https://t.co/b85OskYna2
I wrote for @WIRED about the 10 year photo meme, my viral tweet that half-jokingly suggested it could be training facial recognition (https://t.co/k6ybcd2dR8), and the broader implications of human data at scale. Read and share, please!
One of the activists behind this morning's fake WaPo stunt: "We’re out to get things out there and make change. If we piss off a couple people along the way, that’s fine." New from @issielapowsky https://t.co/qIf2KcXC6s