Once upon a time.

Once upon a time you may have been a daily user of the CNN+ streaming service. You were not alone in the world.


Yesterday’s news:
Teenage girl is getting too much screen time.


Today’s topic:
“Teenage gorilla is getting too much screen time”

This report says that Amazon warehouse employees were almost 20% more likely to curse during work hours in 2021.


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Important message for Netherland-based Dell employees:
Dude, you’re getting a 4-day workweek.


San Francisco police stop a self-driving car.

If you have ever wondered what would happen if “San Francisco police stop a self-driving car – and find nobody inside” you are not alone, and today may be your lucky day.


Reports are in that say sellers on Etsy have launched a “week-long strike over increased fees”

No word yet on echo into Reverb.


The beta version of the ‘DuckDuck Go’ browser for Mac is officially a DuckDuck-you-know-what.


Intel apparently has a patent that “suggests drones may be used to create mobile billboards in the near future” because reasons.

Still no cure for cancer.


The CEO of Apple wants you to trust him when it comes to his views “that antitrust legislation aimed at lessening the monopoly power of app stores could harm users.”

Once upon a time:

A company was “developing a way for people to talk to their loved ones even after they die.”

Hold, please:
“All it required was “massive amounts of personal data.”