Brain Plasticity Study - A study looks at people who suffered a stroke as infants, and how their brains adapted to develop language normally, giving more data about the way brain plasticity works.
David Tennant On Good Omens - I am exceedingly excited about this show. Good Omens was the book that introduced me to Terry Pratchett. (I was already huge Sandman fan when this came out.)
Billy Glason, Classic Comedy Writer - Atlas Obscura on the original comedian's comedian and his lost newsletter.
Linux Does What Nintendon't - Linus’ Law: If it has a chip, eventually someone will run Linux on it.
Wired's Mechanical Keyboard Picks - These are all impressive keyboards. My current lineup is my old workhorse the Matias Tactile Pro, the Mistel Barocco, and the Vortex Race 3. The clacking noise is the only way to know you're working.
Warren Buffet Bets On Index Funds - Buffett didn’t get rich by accident. Disrupting the myth of the hedge fund is good for everyone. Even those coke-addled hedge funds guys working 100 hours this week.
Which President Would You Fight? - A Presidents' Day showdown PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds style.
Too Sexy For the Datacenter - Stephen Hackett does a rundown on the history of the Apple's late lamented Xserve.
Quantum vs. Silicon - Wired has an exploration of the state of quantum computers and the state its evolution. It's complicated but is likely going to be a transformative technology.
Tax (Scam) Time - Tax scams are likely to be a problem for the foreseeable future, but until the government cares about security it won’t change
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