The Register - Partisan politics ensures that no one will learn the lessons of election interference in 2016, but future elections face a dire threat, the fundamental insecurity of electronic voting. The Register summarizes a report presented at DEFCON this year that should have everyone demanding paper ballots from their officials.
Kinght Foudnation - The Knight Foundation and Gallup teamed up to find out that partisans all believe that the media is slanted against them. It’s not that surprising, as even places like All Sides have found that everyone has a different idea of fairness. I still think that there is a fair read of the media being culturally biased, albeit . . .
The Takeout - As millennials age out of city living, I expect these types of articles will increase. While Americans’ are smarter about food than they used to be, convenience can beat out taste. It’s good to see critics that can be just as smug about their recovering snobbery as they were in asserting it.
Pixel Envy - Nick Heer has some hard criticism of the early efforts to run iOS apps on the Mac. I haven’t had enough time to play around in Mojave, but News didn’t seem to be anything that special. Likely we won’t see the real potential until more iOS-centric developers start making apps for the Mac. For now, all we see are the gold rush . . .