Spent time outside to get some sun and look, all blue!

blue sky, no clouds

Random objects to shoot whilst soaking in sunlight and listening to The Left Right Game

And now for ‘Some Good News’ – hit SUBSCRIBE and enjoy some good news, we deserve it. https://invidio.us/watch?v=F5pgG1M_h_U

Hoping that the PH has peaked already (on 2nd week) www.nationalgeographic.com/history/2…

Dear @Zoom.US, we pay for your services - why do you need to collect data for advertising? This is such a greedy move. Can you please fix this ASAP? blogs.harvard.edu/doc/2020/…

Not cool, @zoom.us, you better fix this. This is highly unethical. www.vice.com/en_us/art…

Wow! Season finale of Star Trek: Picard is marvelous! Can’t wait for the next season, but for the meantime, the wait for Star Trek:Discovery starts.

Don’t give away your privacy!

I totally agree with https://thenextweb.com/neural/2020/03/25/ai-is-searching-for-unexploded-vietnam-war-bombs-in-cambodia/ – giving the government a taste of what it can do with the data collected by the likes of Facebook and Google, among other surveillance companies, is dangerous.

This is a great tutorial on how you backup your iOS devices on a private IPFS network. I am waiting for a @textileio to make this a full OS X app. codyhatfield.me/2020/03/b…

Next-up, an ARM-based MacBook

Another spot on https://mondaynote.com/arm-ed-mac-we-have-an-answer-545a20419a46. The number of users that need the full power of Intel on a computer is far less than the average user, and it makes sense for Apple to shift its good-enough line to ARM. I am looking at a possible ARM-based Macbook, perhaps dubbed as iBook (after iPhone and iPad). What do you think?

A small thing, but every little thing helps - @Smart and @Globe - please do the same. Thanks. www.macrumors.com/2020/03/2…

NO more third-party cookies on Safari! YAHOO!!!! www.theverge.com/2020/3/24…

THIS is dangerous! science.slashdot.org/story/20/…

Check this out! Perfect for listening on your AirPods Pro - The LeftRight Game overcast.fm/+Yemw61UT…

Stop using Facebook as your source of questionable news

Imagine, for every news article that appears on your Facebook timeline, you need to do these 5-steps to know if it is legit or not - why do you still keep on using Facebook? Ditch Facebook and go straight to the sources of REAL NEWS - easier! No noise! technology.mb.com.ph/2020/03/2…

A lot of things will change We’re not going back to normal - MIT Technology Review

Family movie time - Onwards :)

More vitamin D from the sun to beef up immunity and resistance to colds.

Glad that we have these people ethically reporting the bugs. flip.it/hrZO6S

Windows, Ubuntu, macOS, VirtualBox fall at Pwn2Own hacking contest | ZDNet

The secret to Google’s billions Google Says It Doesn’t ‘Sell’ Your Data. Here’s How the Company Shares, Monetizes, and Exploits It. - Electronic Frontier Foundation

Had to go out and replenish supplies. The supermarket management is controlling the number of customers inside, which is good. Supplies are limited and runs out quickly.

photo of queue at the entrance of the supermarketqueue at the checkout counter

STAY AWAY FROM FACEBOOK! You are going to spend more time fact checking than simply going straight to the reliable news sources. techcrunch.com/2020/03/1… #DELETEFACEBOOK

Getting some vitamin D

Thank you very much, Globe! technology.mb.com.ph/2020/03/1…

Google has detailed location data of most COVID-19 patients.

Of all entities that can provide location data for the last three months, it is Google! Google can provide a more accurate map tracking each and every COVID-19 patient’s movements - more so, if they’re Android users. This is a known fact that has significant privacy implications, but there is no denying that they have the data.