WTF Weekly for December 26, 2019

The Hacker Who Took Down a Country After the fiasco with Bloomberg’s apparently made-up story about embedded devices on computer logic boards, you may be loathe to trust anything they say about technology again, but this is a good one. Senate removes phrase ‘white nationalist’ from measure intended to screen military enlistees Now the argument […]

WTF Weekly for December 18, 2019

Well, it’s official – my migration from WordPress to Hugo has begun. I’m starting with my personal site, and the rest will eventually follow (including WTF Weekly). I can’t wait to get off WordPress completely and get to something more performant, especially since the overhead of a dynamic platform makes little sense for this site. […]

WTF Weekly for November 30, 2019

It’s the end of Thanksgiving week in the United States, and I’m extremely thankful to have taken some mental health days away from work to focus on more important things – family and technology. Speaking of technology, it may be easy to assume that we think about design more than ever in technology, but I’d […]

WTF Weekly for September 24, 2019

The past week was not a fun one for my family. We discovered unexpectedly that our pet cat of the past 9 years had advanced cancerous tumors. It was a surprise to us because he wasn’t showing any big changes in behavior right up until he quit eating one day. We took him to the […]