How would you spend an extra $1,320 a month?

Happy Saturday, y'all. I originally planned to make this a special issue about protecting your comput
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How would you spend an extra $1,320 a month?
By Daveslist • Issue #26 • View online
Happy Saturday, y'all. I originally planned to make this a special issue about protecting your computer from the prying eyes of the government after a new law that passed this week, but I’m still gathering data on the specifics. Be on the lookout for that later this week.
In the meantime, we’ve got some really interesting stuff this week. San Francisco’s MUNI was taken over by a hacker, Howard Schultz is stepping down at Starbucks, and Canada is about to try Universal Basic Income for reals.
Let’s get it on…

Welcome to holiday party season!
Welcome to holiday party season!
Howard Schultz stepping down as Starbucks CEO
Ransomware creep accidentally hijacks San Francisco Muni, won't give it back
Sex, Drugs, and the Biggest Cybercrime of All Time
Rich Kids Stay Rich, Poor Kids Stay Poor
Poor Citizens to Receive $1,320 a Month in Canada's 'No Strings Attached' Basic Income Trial
What if jobs are not the solution but the problem?
New battery tech lasts for days, charges in seconds
The Fact and Fiction of the NASA EmDrive Paper Leak
Global Warming Alters Arctic Food Chain, Scientists Say, With Unforeseeable Results
The true story of Nintendo's most coveted game
That’s it for this week, y'all. Hope you enjoyed the links. As always, feel free to share with anyone else you think might enjoy this issue. If you want to chat about any of the links, hit REPLY and let me know what you think.
Stay safe, have a great weekend, and be on the lookout for the special issue later this week!
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