Night of the Long Boris: several UK cabinet members fired, finance chief quits Ho boy. I can only assume that Boris Johnson wants to deliver big for those who backed him and are betting against the UK economy, by driving the country into the ground through sheer incompetence.

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Scotland the Dump Instead of focusing on Boris Johnson’s bridge distraction, lets focus on Beauforts Dyke – and the wider toxic legacy of the British State. Share this poster we created in collaboration with graphic artist Andy Arthur. Yikes!

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Popular Free Email Apps Such as Edison and Cleanfox Skim Users’ Inboxes for Marketing Data Reminder that most ‘free’ apps aren’t free at all, they’re just wringing their money our from your data…

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I need to check out the For You section of Apple Music more often. I hadn’t bothered with it at first, but now that I’ve been using Apple Music for over six months it’s showing me lots of stuff I might otherwise have missed. That’s the last piece I was missing from Spotify.

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The mysterious disappearance of Google’s click metric To survive, Google must find ways of showing even more ads. This is the future with Google — more ads in more places. Or rather, more ineffective ads in more places. This is an unsustainable business model.

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Robert Heaton noticed that the driver software for his Wacom tablet had a privacy policy, and decided to find out what information it was collecting. Yes, you can opt-out. But I’m still trying to figure out why Wacom even needs that information.

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